NOTCH2 stimulates transcription of FCER2 (CD23A)

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R-HSA-2127285
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Homo sapiens
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Transient transfection of a human pre-B-cell line REH with a vector encoding recombinant rat NICD2 induces endogenous FCER2 transcription. Overexpression of FCER2 (CD23A) is a hallmark of B-cell chronic lymphocytic leukemia (B-CLL) and correlates with the malfunction of apoptosis, which is thought be an underlying mechanism of B-CLL development. The Epstein-Barr virus protein EBNA2 can also activate FCER2 transcription through RBPJ promoter elements, possibly by mimicking NOTCH2 signaling (Hubmann et al. 2002).

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11986231 Notch2 is involved in the overexpression of CD23 in B-cell chronic lymphocytic leukemia

Hubmann, R, Schwarzmeier, JD, Shehata, M, Hilgarth, M, Duechler, M, Dettke, M, Berger, R

Blood 2002
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