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An apoptotic signal leads to increased binding of p150 to the c-MYC promoter.

By Chang Kyoo Sung (130789), Hyungshin Yim (130791), Hongcang Gu (130793), Dawei Li (5704), Erik Andrews (130795), Sekhar Duraisamy (19192), Cheng Li (6339), Ronny Drapkin (130800) and Thomas Benjamin (37498)


<p>(A) Left - Etoposide-treated HOSE cells were monitored for apoptosis by caspase-3 activation. Middle - Quantitative RT-PCR shows a moderate increase in SALL2 and a large decrease in c-MYC expression following etoposide treatment. Right - ChIP followed by qRT-PCR shows increased binding of p150 to the c-MYC promoter in etoposide-treated cells. All histograms are based on triplicate determinations. ** denotes p<0.01 comparing means of experimental and control.</p

Topics: Biochemistry, Cancer, apoptotic, leads, binding, p150, c-myc
Year: 2012
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0046486.g003
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