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Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology 3, 41-49 (2002); doi:10.1038/nrm704
MAMMALIAN TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS IN YEAST: STRANGERS IN A FAMILIAR LAND

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Figure 5 | Regulation of transcriptional activators.   Transcriptional activators do not always function in absentia. They are often regulated by binding to other regulatory molecules and by post-translational modifications. Surprisingly, it has been possible to recapitulate many of these regulatory events and study them in yeast. MP, mammalian protein.

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