A novel homologous recombination system to study 92 kDa type IV collagenase transcription demonstrates that the NF-kappaB motif drives the transition from a repressed to an activated state of gene expression.

Chunhong Yan, Heng Wang, Bharat Aggarwal, Douglas D. Boyd

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