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AP-1 potentiates myelin proteolipid protein gene expression through protein-DNA interactions formed in the antisilencer region of intron 1



AP-1 potentiates myelin proteolipid protein gene expression through protein-DNA interactions formed in the antisilencer region of intron 1



Journal of Neurochemistry 78(Suppl. 1): 167




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