Charakterisierung der E3 Ligase HectH9 und deren Einfluss auf cMyc und TopBP1

Das Protoonkogen c-myc kodiert für den Transkriptionsfaktor cMyc, der als Heterodimer mit Max die Transkription von Zielgenen aktiviert und als ternärer Komplex mit Max und Miz1 die Transkription einer zweiten Klasse von Zielgenen reprimiert. In dieser Arbeit wird...

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Molekularbiologie und Tumorforschung
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