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TOX high mobility group box family member 2

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Papers on Tox2
TOX2 regulates human natural killer cell development by controlling T-BET expression.
Leung et al., Memphis, United States. In Blood, 2015
Thymocyte selection-associated high mobility group box protein family member 2 (TOX2) is a transcription factor belonging to the TOX family that shares a highly conserved high mobility group DNA-binding domain with the other TOX members.
Gene-education interactions identify novel blood pressure loci in the Framingham Heart Study.
Rao et al., Saint Louis, United States. In Am J Hypertens, 2014
An SNP in TOX2 was associated with increased diastolic BP (DBP; 4.1mm Hg per minor allele) in those with no more educational attainment than high school but decreased DBP in those with education past high school (-0.7; 1 df; P = 3.74 × 10(-8)).
Differential epigenetic regulation of TOX subfamily high mobility group box genes in lung and breast cancers.
Belinsky et al., Albuquerque, United States. In Plos One, 2011
A novel aberrantly hypermethylated CpG island in cancer was discovered within the TOX2 promoter. TOX2 was unmethylated in normal cells. Expression of two novel TOX2 transcripts was significantly reduced in primary lung tumors.
Walton, Lansing, United States. In Phytochemistry, 2006
The genes for HC-toxin biosynthesis (collectively known as the TOX2 locus) are loosely clustered over >500 kb in C. carbonum.
Cloning and characterization of granulosa cell high-mobility group (HMG)-box protein-1, a novel HMG-box transcriptional regulator strongly expressed in rat ovarian granulosa cells.
Miyamoto et al., Fukui, Japan. In Endocrinology, 2004
Identification and functional analysis of the rat Gcx1 ortholog.
An extended physical map of the TOX2 locus of Cochliobolus carbonum required for biosynthesis of HC-toxin.
Walton et al., Seoul, South Korea. In Fungal Genet Biol, 2002
In genetic crosses, HC-toxin production in the filamentous fungus Cochliobolus carbonum appears to be controlled by a single locus, TOX2.
Regulation of cyclic peptide biosynthesis in a plant pathogenic fungus by a novel transcription factor.
Walton et al., East Lansing, United States. In Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 2001
Production of HC-toxin is under the control of a complex locus, TOX2, which is composed of at least seven linked and duplicated genes that are present only in toxin-producing strains of C. carbonum.
Quality of life-adjusted survival analysis of high-dose therapy with autologous bone marrow transplantation versus sequential chemotherapy for patients with aggressive lymphoma in first complete remission. Groupe d'Etude les Lymphomes de l'Adulte (GELA).
Lepage et al., Créteil, France. In Blood, 2000
Overall survival (OS) and disease-free survival (DFS) curves were used to estimate duration of 4 health states: acute short-term toxicity (Tox1), secondary toxicity (Tox2), time without symptom and toxicity (TWiST), and relapse (Rel).
A eukaryotic alanine racemase gene involved in cyclic peptide biosynthesis.
Walton et al., East Lansing, United States. In J Biol Chem, 2000
TOXG is present only in HC-toxin-producing (Tox2(+)) isolates of C. carbonum.
The Cochliobolus carbonum SNF1 gene is required for cell wall-degrading enzyme expression and virulence on maize.
Walton et al., East Lansing, United States. In Plant Cell, 2000
An ortholog of SNF1, ccSNF1, was isolated from the maize pathogen Cochliobolus carbonum, and ccsnf1 mutants of HC toxin-producing (Tox2(+)) and HC toxin-nonproducing (Tox2(-)) strains were created by targeted gene replacement.
Reduced virulence caused by meiotic instability of the TOX2 chromosome of the maize pathogen Cochliobolus carbonum.
Walton et al., East Lansing, United States. In Mol Plant Microbe Interact, 2000
Production of the host-selective cyclic peptide HC-toxin is controlled by a complex locus, TOX2, in the plant pathogen Cochliobolus carbonum.
A putative branched-chain-amino-acid transaminase gene required for HC-toxin biosynthesis and pathogenicity in Cochliobolus carbonum.
Walton et al., East Lansing, United States. In Microbiology, 1999
HC-toxin production is controlled by a complex locus, TOX2.
Regulation of cyclic peptide biosynthesis and pathogenicity in Cochliobolus carbonum by TOXEp, a novel protein with a bZIP basic DNA-binding motif and four ankyrin repeats.
Walton et al., Lansing, United States. In Mol Gen Genet, 1998
The biosynthesis of HC-toxin by C. carbonum is controlled by a complex genetic locus, TOX2, that contains multiple, duplicated copies of genes encoding export and biosynthetic enzymes.
Polymorphic Chromosomes Bearing the Tox2 Locus in Cochliobolus carbonum Behave as Homologs during Meiosis.
Dunkle et al., In Appl Environ Microbiol, 1997
The HTS1 gene in the Tox2 locus of the fungal pathogen Cochliobolus carbonum race 1 is required for synthesis of a host-selective phytotoxin and for increased virulence on susceptible genotypes of maize.
Transposon-like sequences at the TOX2 locus of the plant-pathogenic fungus Cochliobolus carbonum.
Annis et al., Morgantown, United States. In Gene, 1996
The ascomycete fungus Cochliobolus carbonum race 1 is pathogenic on certain genotypes of maize due to the production of HC-toxin, a host-specific cyclic peptide.
A cyclic peptide synthetase gene required for pathogenicity of the fungus Cochliobolus carbonum on maize.
Walton et al., East Lansing, United States. In Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 1992
The single locus for host-selective pathogenicity (TOX2) in the fungus Cochliobolus carbonum governs production of a cyclic tetrapeptide named HC-toxin.
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