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1d‐myo‐inositol‐trisphosphate 3‐kinase

1d-myo-inositol-trisphosphate 3-kinase

TFIID (TBP) stabilizes the binding of MyoD to its DNA site at the promoter and MyoD facilitates the association of TFIIB with the preinitiation complex

Myo-inositol facilitators IolT1 and IolT2 enhance d-mannitol formation from d-fructose in Corynebacterium glutamicum

The orphan nuclear receptor, COUP-TF II, inhibits myogenesis by post-transcriptional regulation of MyoD function: COUP-TF II directly interacts with p300 and MyoD

Involvement of MyoD and PEA3 in regulation of transcription activity of MDR1 gene

Nuclear envelope dystrophies show a transcriptional fingerprint suggesting disruption of Rb–MyoD pathways in muscle regeneration

D-chiro-inositol is more effective than myo-inositol in preventing folate-resistant mouse neural tube defects

Loss of emerin at the nuclear envelope disrupts the Rb1/E2F and MyoD pathways during muscle regeneration

MyoD reprogramming requires Six1 and Six4 homeoproteins: genome-wide cis-regulatory module analysis

Exogenous expression of a dominant negative RORα1 vector in muscle cells impairs differentiation: RORα1 directly interacts with p300 and MyoD

Steroid receptor RNA activator protein binds to and counteracts SRA RNA-mediated activation of MyoD and muscle differentiation

MyoD regulates p57kip2 expression by interacting with a distant cis-element and modifying a higher order chromatin structure

A non-canonical E-box within the MyoD core enhancer is necessary for circadian expression in skeletal muscle

MyoD uses overlapping but distinct elements to bind E-box and tetraplex structures of regulatory sequences of muscle-specific genes

Differential binding of quadruplex structures of muscle-specific genes regulatory sequences by MyoD, MRF4 and myogenin


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An important regulatory gene (myogenic determination gene) involved in determination of muscle cells and normally only expressed in myoblasts and skeletal muscle cells. The gene product (myoD) triggers the transcription of many muscle specific genes. MYOD is one of a family of genes that encode nuclear proteins that bind to a consensus sequence (-CANNTG-) and form homodimers, or heterodimers, with other members of the basic helix–loop–helix transcription factor superfamily which includes myf.

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