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Negligible role of adrenal hormones in regulation of DNA synthesis in livers of partially hepatectomized rats.Academic Article Why?
Gestational choline deficiency causes global and Igf2 gene DNA hypermethylation by up-regulation of Dnmt1 expression.Academic Article Why?
Recombinant DNA research: the scope and limits of regulation.Academic Article Why?
Haydar, TarikPerson Why?
Human stem cell factor promoter deoxyribonucleic acid sequence and regulation by cyclic 3',5'-adenosine monophosphate in a Sertoli cell line.Academic Article Why?
A novel DNA damage checkpoint involving post-transcriptional regulation of cyclin A expression.Academic Article Why?
Down-regulation of CK2a correlates with decreased expression levels of DNA replication minichromosome maintenance protein complex (MCM) genes.Academic Article Why?
DNA damage response and prostate cancer: defects, regulation and therapeutic implications.Academic Article Why?
Cross-regulation of the Bacillus subtilis glnRA and tnrA genes provides evidence for DNA binding site discrimination by GlnR and TnrA.Academic Article Why?
Pin1 inhibits PP2A-mediated Rb dephosphorylation in regulation of cell cycle and S-phase DNA damage.Academic Article Why?
DNA Methylation Analysis Identifies Loci for Blood Pressure Regulation.Academic Article Why?
Expression of the human apolipoprotein A-I gene in rat myogenic L6E9 cells. DNA methylation and regulation of gene activity.Academic Article Why?
DNA-mediated transfer of a human gene required for low-density lipoprotein receptor expression and for multiple Golgi processing pathways.Academic Article Why?
Construction of a full-length cDNA encoding human pro-alpha 2(I) collagen and its expression in pro-alpha 2(I)-deficient W8 rat cells.Academic Article Why?
Promoter methylation and age-related downregulation of Klotho in rhesus monkey.Academic Article Why?
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