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Characterization of the human RB1 promoter and of elements involved in transcriptional autoregulation

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      • University Microfilms order no. UMI00431289.Thesis (M.Sc.)--University of Toronto, 1993.Includes bibliographical references.

        StatementNational Library of Canada = Bibliothèque nationale du Canada
        PublishersNational Library of Canada = Bibliothèque nationale du Canada
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        LC Classifications1993
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 57 p. :
        Number of Pages51
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        ISBN 100315834218
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TDP-43 is deposited in the Guam parkinsonism-dementia complex brains. Cshowing that MIZF binds to its cognate site in the Rb promoter in vivo. B Illustration of DREAM and PRC1. In order to investigate the regulation of RB expression by RB family members in vivo, we sought to develop a tool that would allow us to track changes in the transcription of the mouse Rb mRNA in cells, including cells with genetic inactivation of the Rb gene itself. a Knockdown of ncRNA-RB1 in A549 cells using two different siRNAs against ncRNA-RB1.

46 Hamel PA, Gill RM, Phillips RA, Gallie BL., Research has mostly been focused on the functional characterization of long ncRNAs originating from genomic regions that do not overlap with protein-coding genes PCGs and hence those transcripts that are expressed from independent promoters.

Footprinting the ‘essential regulatory region’ of the retinoblastoma gene promoter in intact human cells

In osteosarcoma, although frequently affected by RB1 allelic losses [], complete absence of gene expression is rarely seen, indicating that a residual function of the wt RB1 protein is compatible with or maybe even accelerates OS growth Additional file.

For instance, the HPV E7 and PyV TAg oncoproteins may trigger A3B upregulation directly by dissociating repressive E2F complexes. The RB pathway regulates RB expression. 55 Trapnell C, Pachter L, Salzberg SL.To further study the regulation of CALR by ncRNA-RB1, we monitored CALR protein levels following knockdown of ncRNA-RB1.

Sorting was performed at the Stanford Shared FACS Facility on a Vantage machine. The secondary rabbit anti-mouse IgG was purchased from MP Biomedicals 55436. The eGFP cassette contains two polyadenylation polyA sequences.

Nuclear factor TDP-43 binds to the polymorphic TG repeats in CFTR intron 8 and causes skipping of exon 9: A functional link with disease penetrance. Expression of eGFP largely parallels that of Rb in transgenic embryos and adult mice. mRNA expression for each gene was calculated relative to that for the liver. We next investigated the potentially dynamic binding of E2F and RB family members to the RB promoter as a function of the cell cycle through ChIP analysis of synchronized T98G cells.

A recent multi-center GWAS study on osteosacoma identified 2 novel candidate loci for OS susceptibility with odds-ratios of 1.