Additional insights


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  • Villafuerte, B.C. and Kaytor, E.N. “An insulin-response element-binding protein that ameliorates hyperglycemia in diabetes.” Journal of Biological Chemistry, 280:20010-20020, 2005. Kaytor, E.N., Zhu, J.L., Pao, C.-I, and Phillips, L.S. “Cooperative interactions of Sp1 and insulin responsive proteins with an insulin response element in the IGF-I gene,” Journal of Biological Chemistry, 276:36896-36901 (2001)
  • Kaytor, E.N., Zhu, J.L., Pao, C.-I, and Phillips, L.S. “Physiological concentrations of insulin promote binding of nuclear factors to the IGF-I gene,” Endocrinology, 142:1041-1049 (2001)
  • Kaytor, E.N., Qian, J., Towle, H., and Olson, L. “An indirect role for Upstream Stimulatory Factor in glucose-mediated induction of pyruvate kinase and S14 gene expression,” Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry, 210:13-21 (2000)
  • Zhu, J.L., Kaytor, E.N., Pao, C.-I, Meng, X.-P., and Phillips, L.S. “Involvement of Sp1 in the transcriptional regulation of the rat Insulin-like Growth Factor-I gene,” Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology, 164:205-218 (2000)
  • Kaytor, E.N., Shih, H.-M., and Towle, H.C. “Carbohydrate regulation of gene expression. Evidence against a role for the upstream stimulatory factor,” Journal of Biological Chemistry, 272:2575-2581 (1997)