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HMG box

Interactions between HMG boxes

DNA binding by single HMG box model proteins

HMG Box A in HMG2 Protein Functions as a Mediator of DNA Structural Alteration Together with Box B

The mechanism of sequence non-specific DNA binding of HMG1/2-box B in HMG1 with DNA

All Tcf HMG box transcription factors interact with Groucho-related co-repressors

HMG boxes of DSP1 protein interact with the Rel homology domain of transcription factors

High expression of the HMG box factor Sox-13 in arterial walls during embryonic development

Mutagenesis Analysis of the Interaction between the Dorsal Rel Homology Domain and HMG Boxes of DSP1 Protein

The SRY-HMG box gene, SOX4, is a target of gene amplification at chromosome 6p in lung cancer†

Developmentally-regulated packaging of mitochondrial DNA by the HMG-box protein mtTFA during Xenopus oogenesis

The DNA Supercoiling Architecture Induced by the Transcription Factor xUBF Requires Three of Its Five HMG-Boxes

The DNA Bend Angle and Binding Affinity of an HMG Box Increased by the Presence of Short Terminal Arms

Dimerization and HMG box domains 1–3 present in Xenopus UBF are sufficient for its role in transcriptional enhancement

Structure-function analysis of Hmo1 unveils an ancestral organization of HMG-Box factors involved in ribosomal DNA transcription from yeast to human

The Stabilized Structural Array of Two HMGl/2–Boxes Endowed by a Linker Sequence between Them Is Requisite for the Effective Binding of HMG1 with DNA

Two new novel point mutations localized upstream and downstream of the HMG box region of the SRY gene in three Indian 46,XY females with sex reversal and gonadal tumour formation

HMG box transcription factor TCF‐4’s interaction with CtBP1 controls the expression of the Wnt target Axin2/Conductin in human embryonic kidney cells

Analysis of Mitochondrial DNA Nucleoids in Wild-Type and a Mutant Strain of Saccharomyces Cerevisiae that Lacks the Mitochondrial HMG Box Protein Abf2p


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A motif characteristic of high-mobility group proteins, a domain (79 aa) involved in binding linear DNA in a sequence-specific manner, causing it to bend through a large angle, thereby influencing the binding of other transcription factors. See sox; sry.

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