Transcription Factors in Terminally Differentiated B Cells
During B cell development differentiation is accompanied by the selective activation of some genes and the repression of other genes. We wish to identify and characterize transcription factors responsible for the activation and repression of gene expression.
KeywordsAffinity Purification Enhancer Function Potential Repressor Complete Reaction Mixture Enhancer Fragment
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