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Homo sapiens
Gene: ... Disease relevance of SP1 Expression of the hypoxia marker carbonic anhydrase IX is critically dependent on SP1 activity. Identification of a novel type of hypoxia- responsive enhancer. Of these, three were completely competed with the SP1 and transforming growth factor- beta retinoblastoma control... / Synonyms: Transcription factor Sp1
Mus musculus
Gene: ... Disease relevance of Sp1 Two mutant Rb promoter- LacZ constructs were used to evaluate the importance of a single E2F site or a nearby activator( Sp1/ Ets) site that is found mutated in low- penetrance retinoblastomas. Furthermore, the probe contains the Sp1 consensus binding sequence 5' CCGCCC3... / Synonyms: Sp1-1; Transcription factor Sp1
Rattus norvegicus
Gene: ... Disease relevance of Sp1 The three approaches consistently yielded reduced levels of Sp1 which... into MCF- 7 human breast cancer cells or were cotransfected with an Sp1 expression vector in Drosophila SL2 cells, similar results were obtained. BTEB and Sp1 activated the expression of genes with repeated GC... / Synonyms: Transcription factor Sp1
Sus scrofa
Gene: ... High impact information on SP1 In supershift assay, potential regulatory elements in this region, SP1 and GATA- 1, were not responsive to the inhibition of TSP- 1 expression by PMA. While fMLP exerted similar effects in both populations, dose- response curves for SP1 NKA and the NK2 receptor...
Xenopus (Silurana) tropicalis
Gene: ... High impact information on sp1 Analysis of the predicted translation product reveals that it contains five repeats of a DNA binding consensus sequence( zinc finger) originally described in Xenopus Transcription Factor III A( TFIIIA). Transcription factor IIIA interacts specifically with an internal control...
Gallus gallus
Gene: ... Disease relevance of SP1 Of the markers tested here, consistent reactivity for tumor tissue...( SP1. D8 ); for any given tumor, whether induced by v- src DNA or by Rous sarcoma virus, each... Transcription Factor II Expression in Tamoxifen- Resistant Breast Cancer Cells. High impact information on SP1...
Drosophila melanogaster
Gene: ... Disease relevance of Sp1 Results of an earlier study showed that efficient activation of transcription from the LDL receptor promoter required domain C of Sp1; however, this domain is not crucial for activation of the simian virus 40 promoter, where synergistic activation occurs through multiple Sp1 binding... / Synonyms: D-Sp1; D.Sp1; SP1
Arabidopsis thaliana
Gene: ... High impact information on SP1L3 Expression analyses revealed that SPR1 and SP1L genes are transcribed in partially overlapping tissues. The Arabidopsis genome contains five SPR1- LIKE( SP1L) genes that share high sequence identity in N- and C- terminal regions. Overexpression of SP1Ls rescued the helical...
phi-8Sp1  -  P8
Pseudomonas phage phi8
Gene: ... Disease relevance of phi- 8Sp1 A novel virus- host cell membrane interaction. Membrane voltage- dependent endocytic- like entry of bacteriophage straight phi6 nucleocapsid....
Sus scrofa
Gene: ... High impact information on LOC396575 Among these is a single binding site for the transcription factor CTF/ NF1, which is flanked on each side by two conserved binding sites for the transcription factor Sp1....


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