CACCCCarpenters Arms Classic Car Club (UK)
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These apparently discrepant conclusions lead to several comments: (a) a previous functional assay (12) produced in vitro results similar to ours; (b) the human cellular line used to show the lack of binding activity also lacks [beta]-globin expression (25, 26), suggesting a lack of transcriptional factors essential for [beta]-globin expression; (c) several of these factors, such as the erythroid Kruppel-like factor, bind to CACCC and are active at a level that can not be detected by binding assays (27-29); (d) whereas mutations in the proximal CACCC box are considered to be more severe, some, like -92C [right arrow] T, can also be silent (30).
Binding of nuclear factors to the proximal and distal CACCC motifs of the [beta]-globin gene promoter: implications for the -101C [right arrow] T "silent" [beta]-thalassaemia mutation.
A novel, erythroid cell-specific murine transcription factor that binds to the CACCC element and is related to the Kruppel family of nuclear proteins.