S/MARt DB - S/MARbinder

AC  SB000028
XX
DT  1.1.1999 00:00:00 (created); ili
DT  19.7.2000 14:19:30 (updated); ili
XX
NA  HMG I(Y)
XX
OS  human, Homo sapiens
OC  eukaryota; animalia; metazoa; chordata; vertebrata;
OC  tetrapoda; mammalia; eutheria; primates
XX
FF  transcription factor, look up the TRANSFAC cross reference
FF  for more details
XX
BS  SM0000037; DROME$H1H3 [1]
MM  direct gel shift;
PR  310 bp fragment
SO  rec(human-); human
QA  6
BS  SM0000045; MOUSE$IgHmu-3MAR [2]
MM  direct gel shift;
SO  rec(human-E.coli); human
QA  6
BS  SM0000046; AS$MAR [2]
MM  affinity chromatography;
PR  (25)n
SO  MDA-MB-231; human
QA  6
BS  SM0000046; AS$MAR [2]
MM  direct gel shift;
PR  (25)7
SO  rec(human-E.coli); human
QA  6
BS  SM0000046; AS$MAR [2]
MM  southwestern blotting;
PR  (25)7
SO  MDA-MB-231; human
QA  6
XX
DR  TRANSFAC FACTOR: T02368;  
XX
RN  [1]
RX  MEDLINE; 93345469 PubMed; 8344261
RA  Zhao, K., Kaes, E., Gonzalez, E., Laemmli, U. K.
RT  SAR-dependent mobilization of histone H1 by HMG-I/Y in
RT  vitro: HMG-I/Y is enriched in H1-depleted chromatin
RL  EMBO J. 12:3237-3247 (1993)
RN  [2]
RX  MEDLINE; 20047512 PubMed; 10582687
RA  Liu, W.-M., Guerra-Vladusic, F. K., Kurakata, S., Lupu, R.,
RA  Kohwi-Shigematsu, T.
RT  HMG-I(Y) recognizes base-unpairing regions of matrix
RT  attachment sequences and its increased expression is
RT  directly linked to metastatic breast cancer phenotype
RL  Cancer Res. 59:5695-5703 (1999)
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