From Mallory to Mallory-Denk bodies: What, how and why?
In The Journal of Cell Biology, 2006
... (6C5), CYP3A1, FAH, PDIA4 (ERp72), lamin B1, PRDX6, and Siah1 (Abcam); GSTM1, CBR3, CA3, and ME1 (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, Inc.); panactin and β-tubulin ...
The establishment of B versus T cell identity.
San Diego, United States. In Trends Immunol, 2014
In B cell progenitors, E-proteins E2A and HEB (HeLa E-box binding protein) are crucial for the induction of a B lineage-specific program of gene expression and for orchestrating the assembly of the immunoglobulin loci.
E proteins and the regulation of early lymphocyte development.
Chicago, United States. In Immunol Rev, 2010
Although the other E proteins, HEB and E2-2, are expressed during lymphopoiesis and can compensate for some of E2A's activity, E2A proteins have non-redundant functions during early T-cell development and at multiple checkpoints throughout B lymphopoiesis.
At the crossroads: diverse roles of early thymocyte transcriptional regulators.
Toronto, Canada. In Immunol Rev, 2006
The regulatory modules that control expression of T-lineage genes frequently include binding sites for a core set of regulators that set the T-cell-specific background for signal-dependent control, including GATA-3, Notch/CSL, c-myb, TCF-1, Ikaros, HEB/E2A, Ets, and Runx factors.