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TitleSelective Functions of Individual Zinc Fingers Within the DNA-Binding Domain of Ikaros (RNA-seq: sorted proB cell Hardy Fractions B and C+C'')
Study TypeTranscriptome Analysis
Abstract The C2H2 zinc finger is the most prevalent DNA-binding motif in the mammalian proteome, with DNA-binding domains usually containing more tandem fingers than are needed for stable sequence-specific DNA recognition. To examine the reason for the frequent presence of multiple zinc fingers, we generated .. [more]
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Center NameGEO