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Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1997 Sep 26;828:27-37.

Differentiation-dependent and cell-specific regulation of the hIGFBP-1 gene in human endometrium.

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Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Medicine, State University of New York at Stony Brook 11794, USA. Ltseng@epo.hsc.sunysb.edu

Abstract

We analyzed IGFBP-1 gene promoter activity by transient transfection during the progressive decidualization of human endometrial stromal cells. A time study over a 13-day culture period showed that the promoter activity increased exponentially to > 10(4) fold in cells treated with MPA and RLX correlating with the secretion rate and steady-state mRNA levels of the endogenous gene. Deletion analysis showed that two regions in the IGFBP-1 gene promoter are responsible for the activation of the IGFBP-1 gene. The basal promoter region between -1 and -300 bp contains multiple sections of functional elements homologous either to CRE, PRE, or CCAAT. The major difference of IGFBP-1 gene activation in endometrium and the hepatic system lies in the distal promoter region, between -2.6 and -3.4 kb, which mediates 95% of the total promoter activity derived from -3.3 kb to +68 bp. Functional and binding analysis in the distal promoter region showed that multiple Sp1 elements interacting with a novel Sp3 transcription factor activates the hIGFBP-1 gene promoter.

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