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Zinc finger protein 90

HTF9
Top mentioned proteins: SP1, RanBP1, RAN, POLYMERASE, catalase
Papers on HTF9
Two E2F sites control growth-regulated and cell cycle-regulated transcription of the Htf9-a/RanBP1 gene through functionally distinct mechanisms.
Lavia et al., Roma, Italy. In J Biol Chem, 1999
The gene encoding Ran-binding protein 1 (RanBP1) is transcribed in a cell cycle-dependent manner.
Reduced levels of poly(ADP-ribosyl)ation result in chromatin compaction and hypermethylation as shown by cell-by-cell computer-assisted quantitative analysis.
Caiafa et al., Roma, Italy. In Faseb J, 1999
Our previous in vitro and in vivo research has shown that poly(ADP-ribosyl)ation is involved in protecting CpG dinucleotides from full methylation in genomic DNA and that a block of poly(ADP-ribosyl)ation is also involved in modifying the methylation pattern in the promoter region of Htf9 housekeeping gene.
The unmethylated state of CpG islands in mouse fibroblasts depends on the poly(ADP-ribosyl)ation process.
Caiafa et al., L'Aquila, Italy. In J Biol Chem, 1998
The other experimental approach allowed us to prove that, as a consequence of the inhibition of the poly(ADP-ribosyl)ation process, an anomalous methylation pattern could be evidenced in the CpG island of the promoter fragment of the Htf9 gene, amplified from DNA obtained from fibroblasts preincubated with 3-aminobenzamide.
Interactions with single-stranded and double-stranded DNA-binding factors and alternative promoter conformation upon transcriptional activation of the Htf9-a/RanBP1 and Htf9-c genes.
Lavia et al., Roma, Italy. In J Biol Chem, 1998
The murine Htf9-a/RanBP1 and Htf9-c genes are divergently transcribed from a shared TATA-less promoter.
Expression of the murine RanBP1 and Htf9-c genes is regulated from a shared bidirectional promoter during cell cycle progression.
Lavia et al., Roma, Italy. In Biochem J, 1997
The murine Htf9-a/RanBP1 and Htf9-c genes are divergently transcribed from a bidirectional promoter.
Transcriptional control of the Htf9-A/RanBP-1 gene during the cell cycle.
Lavia et al., Roma, Italy. In Cell Growth Differ, 1995
The mouse Htf9-a gene encodes a small hydrophilic protein, named Ran-binding protein 1 (RanBP-1), for its interaction with the Ras-related Ran protein; RanBP-1 binds the biologically active form of Ran.
Cell type-specific interactions of transcription factors with a housekeeping promoter in vivo.
Lavia et al., Edinburgh, United Kingdom. In Nucleic Acids Res, 1993
We have compared the organization of the housekeeping Htf9 promoter in different cell types by genomic footprinting.
Binding of proteins from embryonic and differentiated cells to a bidirectional promoter contained within a CpG island.
Frommer et al., Australia. In J Mol Biol, 1992
We have analysed binding sites of nuclear protein factors to a CpG island (HTF9), which contains the promoter for a pair of overlapping, divergently-transcribed "housekeeping" genes.
Transcription factors binding to the mouse HTF9 housekeeping promoter differ between cell types.
Lavia et al., Roma, Italy. In Nucleic Acids Res, 1991
The mouse CpG island HTF9 harbours a bidirectional promoter shared by two housekeeping genes that are arranged head-to-head.
Characterization of the opposite-strand genes from the mouse bidirectionally transcribed HTF9 locus.
Lavia et al., Roma, Italy. In Gene, 1991
The mouse HTF9 locus contains two genes that are bidirectionally transcribed with opposite polarity from a shared CpG-rich island.
The housekeeping promoter from the mouse CpG island HTF9 contains multiple protein-binding elements that are functionally redundant.
Lavia et al., Roma, Italy. In Nucleic Acids Res, 1991
The mouse CpG-rich island HTF9 harbours the divergent RNA initiation sites shared by two genes that are both expressed in a housekeeping fashion.
Coincident start sites for divergent transcripts at a randomly selected CpG-rich island of mouse.
Bird et al., Edinburgh, United Kingdom. In Embo J, 1987
Cloned cDNAs for the major transcripts of one island (HTF9) were isolated and used to construct a transcriptional map.
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