Down-regulation of nuclear aryl hydrocarbon receptor DNA-binding and transactivation functions: requirement for a labile or inducible factor.
Publication Type:Journal Article
Source:Molecular and cellular biology, Am Soc Microbiol, Volume 14, Number 9, p.5653–5660 (1994)
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M. Reick, Robertson, R. W., Pasco, D. S., and Fagan, J. B., “Down-regulation of nuclear aryl hydrocarbon receptor DNA-binding and transactivation functions: requirement for a labile or inducible factor.”, Molecular and cellular biology, vol. 14, pp. 5653–5660, 1994.
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