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1.

Structure of Pit-1 POU domain bound to DNA as a dimer: unexpected arrangement and flexibility.

Jacobson EM, Li P, Leon-del-Rio A, Rosenfeld MG, Aggarwal AK.

Genes Dev. 1997 Jan 15;11(2):198-212.

2.

Differential dimer activities of the transcription factor Oct-1 by DNA-induced interface swapping.

Reményi A, Tomilin A, Pohl E, Lins K, Philippsen A, Reinbold R, Schöler HR, Wilmanns M.

Mol Cell. 2001 Sep;8(3):569-80.

3.

POU domain factors in neural development.

Schonemann MD, Ryan AK, Erkman L, McEvilly RJ, Bermingham J, Rosenfeld MG.

Adv Exp Med Biol. 1998;449:39-53. Review.

PMID:
10026784
4.

The virtuoso of versatility: POU proteins that flex to fit.

Phillips K, Luisi B.

J Mol Biol. 2000 Oct 6;302(5):1023-39. Review.

PMID:
11183772
5.

Crystallization and preliminary X-ray analysis of Pit-1 POU domain complexed to a 28 base pair DNA element.

Jacobson EM, Li P, Rosenfeld MG, Aggarwal AK.

Proteins. 1996 Feb;24(2):263-5.

PMID:
8820493
6.

Solution structure of the POU-specific DNA-binding domain of Oct-1.

Dekker N, Cox M, Boelens R, Verrijzer CP, van der Vliet PC, Kaptein R.

Nature. 1993 Apr 29;362(6423):852-5.

PMID:
8479524
7.

Linker length and composition influence the flexibility of Oct-1 DNA binding.

van Leeuwen HC, Strating MJ, Rensen M, de Laat W, van der Vliet PC.

EMBO J. 1997 Apr 15;16(8):2043-53.

8.

Synergism with the coactivator OBF-1 (OCA-B, BOB-1) is mediated by a specific POU dimer configuration.

Tomilin A, Reményi A, Lins K, Bak H, Leidel S, Vriend G, Wilmanns M, Schöler HR.

Cell. 2000 Dec 8;103(6):853-64.

9.

Spacing and orientation of bipartite DNA-binding motifs as potential functional determinants for POU domain factors.

Li P, He X, Gerrero MR, Mok M, Aggarwal A, Rosenfeld MG.

Genes Dev. 1993 Dec;7(12B):2483-96.

10.

The solution structure of the Oct-1 POU-specific domain reveals a striking similarity to the bacteriophage lambda repressor DNA-binding domain.

Assa-Munt N, Mortishire-Smith RJ, Aurora R, Herr W, Wright PE.

Cell. 1993 Apr 9;73(1):193-205.

PMID:
8462099
11.

Solution structure of the Oct-1 POU homeodomain determined by NMR and restrained molecular dynamics.

Cox M, van Tilborg PJ, de Laat W, Boelens R, van Leeuwen HC, van der Vliet PC, Kaptein R.

J Biomol NMR. 1995 Jul;6(1):23-32.

PMID:
7663141
12.

The POU domain: versatility in transcriptional regulation by a flexible two-in-one DNA-binding domain.

Herr W, Cleary MA.

Genes Dev. 1995 Jul 15;9(14):1679-93. Review. No abstract available.

13.

Protein interaction surface of the POU transcription factor UNC-86 selectively used in touch neurons.

Röhrig S, Röckelein I, Donhauser R, Baumeister R.

EMBO J. 2000 Jul 17;19(14):3694-703.

15.

In vivo mutational analysis of the DNA binding domain of the tissue-specific transcription factor, Pit-1.

Liang J, Moye-Rowley S, Maurer RA.

J Biol Chem. 1995 Oct 27;270(43):25520-5.

17.

Pit-1 binding to specific DNA sites as a monomer or dimer determines gene-specific use of a tyrosine-dependent synergy domain.

Holloway JM, Szeto DP, Scully KM, Glass CK, Rosenfeld MG.

Genes Dev. 1995 Aug 15;9(16):1992-2006.

18.

Biochemical characterization of the Oct-2 POU domain with implications for bipartite DNA recognition.

Botfield MC, Jancso A, Weiss MA.

Biochemistry. 1992 Jun 30;31(25):5841-8.

PMID:
1610826
19.

Repetitive use of a phosphate-binding module in DNA polymerase beta, Oct-1 POU domain and phage repressors.

Yura K, Shionyu M, Kawatani K, Go M.

Cell Mol Life Sci. 1999 Mar;55(3):472-86.

PMID:
10228561

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