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Zinc finger protein 45

ZNF45, ZNF13, KOX5
Top mentioned proteins: SET, ZNF18, ZNF19, Nox4, EBP
Papers on ZNF45
A follow-up study of chromosome 19q13 in multiple sclerosis susceptibility.
Tienari et al., Helsinki, Finland. In J Neuroimmunol, 2009
We were not able to confirm previously suggested associations with APOE, GIPR, ZNF45, ILT6 and D19S585.
Proteomic identification of C/EBP-DBD multiprotein complex: JNK1 activates stem cell regulator C/EBPalpha by inhibiting its ubiquitination.
Behre et al., Halle, Germany. In Oncogene, 2007
In our proteomic screen, we identified c-Jun N-terminal kinase (JNK) 1 among others such as PAK6, MADP-1, calmodulin-like skin proteins and ZNF45 as proteins interacting with DBD of C/EBPs from nuclear extract of myelomonocytic U937 cells.
Zinc finger gene clusters and tandem gene duplication.
Yooseph et al., Mountain View, United States. In J Comput Biol, 2001
We use our method to hypothesize the series of duplication events that may have produced the ZNF45 family that appears on human chromosome 19.
Analysis of homologous XRCC1-linked zinc-finger gene families in human and mouse: evidence for orthologous genes.
Stubbs et al., Livermore, United States. In Genomics, 1998
The human genes ZFP93 and ZNF45 are substantially similar to their murine counterparts in overall structure, but two notable differences exist between the sets of genes.
Complete coding sequence, exon/intron arrangement and chromosome location of ZNF45, a KRAB-domain-containing gene.
Lee et al., Nicosia, Cyprus. In Cytogenet Cell Genet, 1995
For one such gene, ZNF45, we determined the complete coding sequence, along with the exon/intron arrangement and the splice junctions.
Chromosomal localization of 9 KOX zinc finger genes: physical linkages suggest clustering of KOX genes on chromosomes 12, 16, and 19.
Berger et al., Paris, France. In Hum Genet, 1993
KOX5 (ZNF13) and KOX22 (ZNF27) to 19q13.2-qter, and KOX24 (ZNF28) and KOX28 (ZNF30) to 19q13.4.
The identification and characterization of KRAB-domain-containing zinc finger proteins.
Lee et al., Durham, United States. In Genomics, 1992
In one zinc-finger-encoding cDNA clone that we characterized further in this work, BRc1744 (ZNF45), the KRAB domain most probably constitutes the entire second exon of the gene.
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