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Genome-wide analysis of p63 binding sites identifies AP-2 factors as co-regulators of epidermal differentiation.

  • Author(s): Ashworth, Alan
  • McDade, SS
  • Henry, AE
  • Pivato, GP
  • Kozarewa, I
  • Mitsopoulos, C
  • Fenwick, K
  • Assiotis, I
  • Hakas, J
  • Zvelebil, M
  • Orr, N
  • et al.

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http://europepmc.org/articles/PMC3424553?pdf=render
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Abstract

The p63 transcription factor (TP63) is critical in development, growth and differentiation of stratifying epithelia. This is highlighted by the severity of congenital abnormalities caused by TP63 mutations in humans, the dramatic phenotypes in knockout mic

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