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Multiorgan inflammation and hematopoietic abnormalities in mice with a targeted disruption of RelB, a member of the NF-kappa B/Rel family.

Weih F, Carrasco D, Durham SK, Barton DS, Rizzo CA, Ryseck RP, Lira SA, Bravo R.

Cell. 1995 Jan 27;80(2):331-40.

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Both multiorgan inflammation and myeloid hyperplasia in RelB-deficient mice are T cell dependent.

Weih F, Durham SK, Barton DS, Sha WC, Baltimore D, Bravo R.

J Immunol. 1996 Nov 1;157(9):3974-9.

PMID:
8892630
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RelB, a member of the Rel/NF-kappa B family of transcription factors.

Ryseck RP, Weih F, Carrasco D, Bravo R.

Braz J Med Biol Res. 1996 Jul;29(7):895-903. Review.

PMID:
9070378
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Human RelB (I-Rel) functions as a kappa B site-dependent transactivating member of the family of Rel-related proteins.

Bours V, Azarenko V, Dejardin E, Siebenlist U.

Oncogene. 1994 Jun;9(6):1699-702.

PMID:
8183565
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Nuclear factor (NF)-kappa B2 (p100/p52) is required for normal splenic microarchitecture and B cell-mediated immune responses.

Caamaño JH, Rizzo CA, Durham SK, Barton DS, Raventós-Suárez C, Snapper CM, Bravo R.

J Exp Med. 1998 Jan 19;187(2):185-96.

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Induction of nuclear factor-kappa B during primary B cell differentiation.

Kistler B, Rolink A, Marienfeld R, Neumann M, Wirth T.

J Immunol. 1998 Mar 1;160(5):2308-17.

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Differential requirement for Rel/nuclear factor kappa B family members in natural killer T cell development.

Sivakumar V, Hammond KJ, Howells N, Pfeffer K, Weih F.

J Exp Med. 2003 Jun 16;197(12):1613-21.

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Sequential induction of NF-kappa B/Rel family proteins during B-cell terminal differentiation.

Liou HC, Sha WC, Scott ML, Baltimore D.

Mol Cell Biol. 1994 Aug;14(8):5349-59.

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NF-kappa B/Rel transcription factors: c-Rel promotes airway hyperresponsiveness and allergic pulmonary inflammation.

Donovan CE, Mark DA, He HZ, Liou HC, Kobzik L, Wang Y, De Sanctis GT, Perkins DL, Finn PW.

J Immunol. 1999 Dec 15;163(12):6827-33.

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CD40, but not lipopolysaccharide and anti-IgM stimulation of primary B lymphocytes, leads to a persistent nuclear accumulation of RelB.

Neumann M, Wohlleben G, Chuvpilo S, Kistler B, Wirth T, Serfling E, Schimpl A.

J Immunol. 1996 Dec 1;157(11):4862-9.

PMID:
8943389
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A defective NF-kappa B/RelB pathway in autoimmune-prone New Zealand black mice is associated with inefficient expansion of thymocyte and dendritic cells.

Valéro R, Baron ML, Guérin S, Béliard S, Lelouard H, Kahn-Perles B, Vialettes B, Nguyen C, Imbert J, Naquet P.

J Immunol. 2002 Jul 1;169(1):185-92.

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RelB is a key player for both kappa B-dependent transcription and demethylation in B cells.

Kistler B, Baumann B, Bergman Y, Wirth T.

Immunobiology. 1997 Dec;198(1-3):24-34.

PMID:
9442375
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B cells lacking RelB are defective in proliferative responses, but undergo normal B cell maturation to Ig secretion and Ig class switching.

Snapper CM, Rosas FR, Zelazowski P, Moorman MA, Kehry MR, Bravo R, Weih F.

J Exp Med. 1996 Oct 1;184(4):1537-41.

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Genetic approaches to study Rel/NF-kappa B/I kappa B function in mice.

Attar RM, Caamaño J, Carrasco D, Iotsova V, Ishikawa H, Ryseck RP, Weih F, Bravo R.

Semin Cancer Biol. 1997 Apr;8(2):93-101. Review.

PMID:
9299587
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Inducible activation of RelB in fibroblasts.

Olashaw NE.

J Biol Chem. 1996 Nov 29;271(48):30307-10.

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