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YY1


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YY1

Genome-wide analysis of YY2 versus YY1 target genes

In vivo YY1 knockdown effects on genomic imprinting

Retroposition and evolution of the DNA-binding motifs of YY1, YY2 and REX1

A role for YY1 in repression of dominant negative LEF-1 expression in colon cancer

A YY1-binding site is required for accurate human LINE-1 transcription initiation

YY1TargetDB: an integral information resource for Yin Yang 1 target loci

The zinc fingers of YY1 bind single-stranded RNA with low sequence specificity

YY1 DNA binding and interaction with YAF2 is essential for Polycomb recruitment

DNA breathing dynamics distinguish binding from nonbinding consensus sites for transcription factor YY1 in cells

YY1 activates Msx2 gene independent of bone morphogenetic protein signaling

In Simple Synthetic Promoters YY1-Induced DNA Bending Is Important in Transcription Activation and Repression

Cloning, chromosomal localization and promoter analysis of the human transcription factor YY1

YY1's role in DNA methylation of Peg3 and Xist

Differential Expression of the Human ST5 Gene in HeLa-Fibroblast Hybrid Cell Lines Mediated by YY1: Evidence That YY1 Plays a Part in Tumor Suppression

The CBF1-independent Notch1 signal pathway activates human c-myc expression partially via transcription factor YY1

CEBPG regulates ERCC5/XPG expression in human bronchial epithelial cells and this regulation is modified by E2F1/YY1 interactions

The MeCP2/YY1 interaction regulates ANT1 expression at 4q35: novel hints for Rett syndrome pathogenesis

A functional YY1 binding site is necessary and sufficient to activate Surf-1 promoter activity in response to serum growth factors

 

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A ubiquitous transcription factor (Yin Yang 1, 414 aa) important in embryogenesis, differentiation, replication, and cellular proliferation. It is involved in repressing and activating a diversity of promoters and may direct histone deacetylases and histone acetyltransferases to promoters.

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