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Nature Genetics volume 30, pages 128129 (2002) | Download Citation

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The Jun and JunB proteins have been proposed to play distinct and antagonizing roles in controlling gene expression and cell proliferation. The surprising observation that JunB can functionally replace Jun during mouse development challenges the way we think about the interplay between members of the Jun family of transcription factors.

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    • Jonathan B. Weitzman

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