Functional analysis of basic transcription element (BTE)-binding protein (BTEB) 3 and BTEB4, a novel Sp1-like protein, reveals a subfamily of transcriptional repressors for the BTE site of the cytochrome P4501A1 gene promoter

Joanna A. Kaczynski, Abigail A. Conley, Martin Fernandez Zapico, Sharon M. Delgado, Jin San Zhang, Raul Urrutia

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