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NF1P3  -  neurofibromin 1 pseudogene 3

Homo sapiens

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  • To determine how these mutations interfere with factor IX expression, we have assayed for transcription factors binding to this area and have identified a nuclear factor-1 liver (NF1-L) binding site (-99 to -76) and a binding site for the CCAAT/enhancer binding protein (C/EBP) (+1 to +18) [1].
  • The NF1-L site on the rPARP promoter overlaps one of the Sp1 binding sites previously identified, and we demonstrated that binding of both factors to this composite element is mutually exclusive [2].
  • Results from both gel mobility supershift assays and Western-blot analyses, performed in combination with a polyclonal antibody directed against the DNA-binding domain of NF1-L, indicated that rat liver nuclear factor 1 might indeed correspond to one of the transcription factors interacting with the rat growth-hormone proximal silencer element [3].
  • The amino acid sequences of three fragments were identical to those of rat NF1-L, and that of the other fragment was the same as that of hamster NF1/Red1 [4].


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