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CIITA mediates interferon-gamma repression of collagen transcription through phosphorylation-dependent interactions with co-repressor molecules.Academic Article Why?
Low oxygen tension stimulates collagen synthesis and COL1A1 transcription through the action of TGF-beta1.Academic Article Why?
Interferon gamma repression of collagen (COL1A2) transcription is mediated by the RFX5 complex.Academic Article Why?
Abnormal collagen V deposition in dermis correlates with skin thickening and disease activity in systemic sclerosis.Academic Article Why?
Akt blockade downregulates collagen and upregulates MMP1 in human dermal fibroblasts.Academic Article Why?
Oncostatin M: a cytokine upregulated in human cirrhosis, increases collagen production by human hepatic stellate cells.Academic Article Why?
The RFX family interacts at the collagen (COL1A2) start site and represses transcription.Academic Article Why?
Collagen alpha1(I) gene (COL1A1) is repressed by RFX family.Academic Article Why?
A procollagen C-proteinase inhibitor diminishes collagen and lysyl oxidase processing but not collagen cross-linking in osteoblastic cultures.Academic Article Why?
Identification of collagen alpha1(I) trimer and normal type I collagen in a polyoma virus-induced mouse tumor.Academic Article Why?
Role of the pro-alpha2(I) COOH-terminal region in assembly of type I collagen: disruption of two intramolecular disulfide bonds in pro-alpha2(I) blocks assembly of type I collagen.Academic Article Why?
Type V collagen regulates the assembly of collagen fibrils in cultures of bovine vascular smooth muscle cells.Academic Article Why?
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