Eukaryotic transcription factors / David S. Latchman.Material type: TextPublication details: London : Academic, c1995. Edition: 2nd edISBN: 0124371728; 0124371736Subject(s): Transcription factors | DNA-protein interactions | Genetic regulationDDC classification: 574.873223
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
Previous ed.: 1991.
Ch. 1. DNA Sequences and Transcription Factors -- Ch. 2. Methods for Studying Transcription Factors -- Ch. 3. Transcription Factors and Constitutive Transcription -- Ch. 4. Transcription Factors and Inducible Gene Expression -- Ch. 5. Transcription Factors and Cell Type-Specific Transcription -- Ch. 6. Transcription Factors and Developmentally Regulated Gene Expression -- Ch. 7. Transcription Factors and Cancer -- Ch. 8. DNA Binding by Transcription Factors -- Ch. 9. Activation and Repression of Gene Expression by Transcription Factors -- Ch. 10. What Regulates the Regulators? -- Ch. 11. Conclusions and Future Prospects.
Familiarity with the mechanisms of eukaryotic gene regulation is now essential for scientists and students in both clinical and basic disciplines, and transcription factors are central to such regulation. Revised and completely up-to-date, the second edition of Eukaryotic Transcription Factors includes additional sections, including 'TBP, the universal transcription factor?', 'The MYC oncogene' and 'Anti-oncogenes and Cancer', as well as a major expansion in the discussion of transcriptional activation, and particularly transcriptional repression.