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Papers associated with hmgb1



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Epigenetic homogeneity in histone methylation underlies sperm programming for embryonic transcription., Oikawa M, Simeone A, Hormanseder E, Teperek M, Gaggioli V, O'Doherty A, Falk E, Sporniak M, D'Santos C, Franklin VNR, Kishore K, Bradshaw CR, Keane D, Freour T, David L, Grzybowski AT, Ruthenburg AJ, Gurdon J, Jullien J., Nat Commun. July 13, 2020; 11 (1): 3491.              


HMGB1 Stimulates Activity of Polymerase β on Nucleosome Substrates., Balliano A, Hao F, Njeri C, Balakrishnan L, Hayes JJ., Biochemistry. January 31, 2017; 56 (4): 647-656.


Left-right patterning in Xenopus conjoined twin embryos requires serotonin signaling and gap junctions., Vandenberg LN, Blackiston DJ, Rea AC, Dore TM, Levin M., Int J Dev Biol. January 1, 2014; 58 (10-12): 799-809.                


Histone chaperone FACT coordinates nucleosome interaction through multiple synergistic binding events., Winkler DD, Muthurajan UM, Hieb AR, Luger K., J Biol Chem. December 2, 2011; 286 (48): 41883-41892.            


The activity of the histone chaperone yeast Asf1 in the assembly and disassembly of histone H3/H4-DNA complexes., Donham DC, Scorgie JK, Churchill ME., Nucleic Acids Res. July 1, 2011; 39 (13): 5449-58.          


HMG chromosomal proteins in development and disease., Hock R, Furusawa T, Ueda T, Bustin M., Trends Cell Biol. February 1, 2007; 17 (2): 72-9.


ERK modulates DNA bending and enhancesome structure by phosphorylating HMG1-boxes 1 and 2 of the RNA polymerase I transcription factor UBF., Stefanovsky VY, Langlois F, Bazett-Jones D, Pelletier G, Moss T., Biochemistry. March 21, 2006; 45 (11): 3626-34.


The histone fold subunits of Drosophila CHRAC facilitate nucleosome sliding through dynamic DNA interactions., Hartlepp KF, Fernández-Tornero C, Eberharter A, Grüne T, Müller CW, Becker PB., Mol Cell Biol. November 1, 2005; 25 (22): 9886-96.


Nucleosome linker proteins HMGB1 and histone H1 differentially enhance DNA ligation reactions., Yamanaka S, Katayama E, Yoshioka K, Nagaki S, Yoshida M, Teraoka H., Biochem Biophys Res Commun. March 22, 2002; 292 (1): 268-73.


High mobility group 1 (HMG1) protein in mouse preimplantation embryos., Spada F, Brunet A, Mercier Y, Renard JP, Bianchi ME, Thompson EM., Mech Dev. August 1, 1998; 76 (1-2): 57-66.


The high mobility group protein 1 enhances binding of the estrogen receptor DNA binding domain to the estrogen response element., Romine LE, Wood JR, Lamia LA, Prendergast P, Edwards DP, Nardulli AM., Mol Endocrinol. May 1, 1998; 12 (5): 664-74.


Transcription of dinucleosomal templates., Wolffe AP, Ura K., Methods. May 1, 1997; 12 (1): 10-9.


Remodeling somatic nuclei in Xenopus laevis egg extracts: molecular mechanisms for the selective release of histones H1 and H1(0) from chromatin and the acquisition of transcriptional competence., Dimitrov S, Wolffe AP., EMBO J. November 1, 1996; 15 (21): 5897-906.


Differential association of HMG1 and linker histones B4 and H1 with dinucleosomal DNA: structural transitions and transcriptional repression., Ura K, Nightingale K, Wolffe AP., EMBO J. September 16, 1996; 15 (18): 4959-69.


Evidence for a shared structural role for HMG1 and linker histones B4 and H1 in organizing chromatin., Nightingale K, Dimitrov S, Reeves R, Wolffe AP., EMBO J. February 1, 1996; 15 (3): 548-61.


HMG-X, a Xenopus gene encoding an HMG1 homolog, is abundantly expressed in the developing nervous system., Kinoshita M, Hatada S, Asashima M, Noda M., FEBS Lett. September 26, 1994; 352 (2): 191-6.


Variants of the Xenopus laevis ribosomal transcription factor xUBF are developmentally regulated by differential splicing., Guimond A, Moss T., Nucleic Acids Res. July 11, 1992; 20 (13): 3361-6.


xUBF contains a novel dimerization domain essential for RNA polymerase I transcription., McStay B, Frazier MW, Reeder RH., Genes Dev. November 1, 1991; 5 (11): 1957-68.


The RNA polymerase I transcription factor xUBF contains 5 tandemly repeated HMG homology boxes., Bachvarov D, Moss T., Nucleic Acids Res. May 11, 1991; 19 (9): 2331-5.


Amino terminal sequence of the mitochondrial protein mtDBP-C: similarity with nonhistone chromosomal proteins HMG 1 and 2., Ghrir R, Mignotte B, Guéride M., Biochimie. May 1, 1991; 73 (5): 615-6.


ATP-dependent association of nuclear proteins with isolated rat liver nuclei., Imamoto-Sonobe N, Yoneda Y, Iwamoto R, Sugawa H, Uchida T., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. May 1, 1988; 85 (10): 3426-30.


Heterogeneity of high-mobility-group protein 2. Enrichment of a rapidly migrating form in testis., Bucci LR, Brock WA, Meistrich ML., Biochem J. July 1, 1985; 229 (1): 233-40.


High mobility group proteins of amphibian oocytes: a large storage pool of a soluble high mobility group-1-like protein and involvement in transcriptional events., Kleinschmidt JA, Scheer U, Dabauvalle MC, Bustin M, Franke WW., J Cell Biol. September 1, 1983; 97 (3): 838-48.

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