"Charakterisierung transkriptioneller und nicht-transkriptioneller Funktionen der Faktoren Miz1 und c-Myc in der UVB-induzierten DNA-Schadensantwort" und "Die Inhibition der Miz1-Funktion durch den Tumorsuppressor Arf führt zum Verlust der Zelladhäsion und induziert Apoptose"

Die onkogene Wirkung von c-Myc, die zur Entstehung eines breiten Spektrums maligner Tumore führt, wurde bisher hauptsächlich auf die Aktivierung von Zielgenen in einem Komplex mit Max zurückgeführt. Allerdings weisen aktuelle Studien auch auf eine bedeutende Rolle der Interaktion von c-Myc mit dem T...

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Main Author: Herkert, Barbara
Contributors: Eilers, Martin (Prof.) (Thesis advisor)
Format: Dissertation
Published: Philipps-Universität Marburg 2011
Molekularbiologie und Tumorforschung
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