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Isoforms of hepatocyte nuclear factor-6 differ in DNA-binding properties, contain a bifunctional homeodomain, and define the new ONECUT class of homeodomain proteins.

Bibliographic reference Lannoy, V J ; Bürglin, T R ; Rousseau, Guy ; Lemaigre, Frédéric. Isoforms of hepatocyte nuclear factor-6 differ in DNA-binding properties, contain a bifunctional homeodomain, and define the new ONECUT class of homeodomain proteins.. In: The Journal of biological chemistry, Vol. 273, no. 22, p. 13552-62 (1998)
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