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RBP-Jkappa binds to and represses transcription of the p53 tumor suppressor gene



RBP-Jkappa binds to and represses transcription of the p53 tumor suppressor gene



Cell Biology International 33(3): 318-324



The tightly regulated expression of p53 contributes to genomic stability and transcription of the p53 gene is induced prior to cells entering S-phase, possibly as a mechanism to insure a rapid p53 response in the event of DNA damage. We have previously described the cloning of an additional 1000bp of upstream p53 sequences that play a role in the regulated expression of p53, and identified that C/EBPbeta-2 participates in inducing p53 gene expression in a cell cycle regulated fashion. This report deals with the transcriptional regulator, RBP-Jkappa, an essential target of the Notch receptor signaling pathway. It binds to the p53 promoter in a cell cycle regulation fashion and also serves to repress p53 gene expression. We conclude from these findings that the coordinate expression of C/EBPbeta-2 and RBP-Jkappa may be linked to p53 transcription during G(0) and as cells move into S-phase. Because defects in the Notch signaling pathway have been implicated in carcinogenesis, aberrant RBP-Jkappa expression and deregulated regulation of the p53 tumor suppressor could be an important step in some forms of cancers.

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DOI: 10.1016/j.cellbi.2008.12.005



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