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Fig. 6 | Cell Division

Fig. 6

From: The CSL proteins, versatile transcription factors and context dependent corepressors of the notch signaling pathway

Fig. 6

KyoT-CSL. The interaction of KyoT 1 and 3 proteins with the transcription factor is mapped at the central region of CSL. This interaction still proposed the exclusive and antagonistic competition between the co-activators and the co-repressor in the NSP. Concentration of the KyoT proteins seems to play also an important role in the regulation control of genes expression, which are commune characteristics of the repression complexes in this signaling context

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