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Eos and pegasus, two members of the Ikaros family of proteins with distinct DNA binding activities.

Perdomo J, Holmes M, Chong B, Crossley M.

J Biol Chem. 2000 Dec 8;275(49):38347-54.

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The C-terminal domain of Eos forms a high order complex in solution.

Westman BJ, Perdomo J, Sunde M, Crossley M, Mackay JP.

J Biol Chem. 2003 Oct 24;278(43):42419-26. Epub 2003 Aug 12.

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The Ikaros family protein Eos associates with C-terminal-binding protein corepressors.

Perdomo J, Crossley M.

Eur J Biochem. 2002 Dec;269(23):5885-92.

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Helios, a novel dimerization partner of Ikaros expressed in the earliest hematopoietic progenitors.

Kelley CM, Ikeda T, Koipally J, Avitahl N, Wu L, Georgopoulos K, Morgan BA.

Curr Biol. 1998 Apr 23;8(9):508-15.

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A molecular dissection of the repression circuitry of Ikaros.

Koipally J, Georgopoulos K.

J Biol Chem. 2002 Aug 2;277(31):27697-705. Epub 2002 May 15.

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Structural studies on a protein-binding zinc-finger domain of Eos reveal both similarities and differences to classical zinc fingers.

Westman BJ, Perdomo J, Matthews JM, Crossley M, Mackay JP.

Biochemistry. 2004 Oct 26;43(42):13318-27.

PMID:
15491138
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Identification of two Ikaros-like transcription factors in lamprey.

Mayer WE, O'Huigin C, Tichy H, Terzic J, Saraga-Babic M.

Scand J Immunol. 2002 Feb;55(2):162-70.

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Eos: a novel member of the Ikaros gene family expressed predominantly in the developing nervous system.

Honma Y, Kiyosawa H, Mori T, Oguri A, Nikaido T, Kanazawa K, Tojo M, Takeda J, Tanno Y, Yokoya S, Kawabata I, Ikeda H, Wanaka A.

FEBS Lett. 1999 Mar 19;447(1):76-80.

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Members of the Ikaros gene family are present in early representative vertebrates.

Haire RN, Miracle AL, Rast JP, Litman GW.

J Immunol. 2000 Jul 1;165(1):306-12.

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The lymphoid transcription factor LyF-1 is encoded by specific, alternatively spliced mRNAs derived from the Ikaros gene.

Hahm K, Ernst P, Lo K, Kim GS, Turck C, Smale ST.

Mol Cell Biol. 1994 Nov;14(11):7111-23.

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Selective dimerization of a C2H2 zinc finger subfamily.

McCarty AS, Kleiger G, Eisenberg D, Smale ST.

Mol Cell. 2003 Feb;11(2):459-70.

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The N-terminal fingers of chicken GATA-2 and GATA-3 are independent sequence-specific DNA binding domains.

Pedone PV, Omichinski JG, Nony P, Trainor C, Gronenborn AM, Clore GM, Felsenfeld G.

EMBO J. 1997 May 15;16(10):2874-82.

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Rim1 and rabphilin-3 bind Rab3-GTP by composite determinants partially related through N-terminal alpha -helix motifs.

Wang X, Hu B, Zimmermann B, Kilimann MW.

J Biol Chem. 2001 Aug 31;276(35):32480-8. Epub 2001 Jun 28.

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GATA zinc finger interactions modulate DNA binding and transactivation.

Trainor CD, Ghirlando R, Simpson MA.

J Biol Chem. 2000 Sep 8;275(36):28157-66.

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Solution structures of two CCHC zinc fingers from the FOG family protein U-shaped that mediate protein-protein interactions.

Liew CK, Kowalski K, Fox AH, Newton A, Sharpe BK, Crossley M, Mackay JP.

Structure. 2000 Nov 15;8(11):1157-66.

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The Ikaros gene encodes a family of lymphocyte-restricted zinc finger DNA binding proteins, highly conserved in human and mouse.

Molnár A, Wu P, Largespada DA, Vortkamp A, Scherer S, Copeland NG, Jenkins NA, Bruns G, Georgopoulos K.

J Immunol. 1996 Jan 15;156(2):585-92.

PMID:
8543809
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