SOX10, EGR2 and NAB proteins bind the GJB1 promoter

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Homo sapiens
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GJB1 expression is regulated by two alternate promoters in a tissue specific manner. In Schwann cells, expression is driven by the P2 promoter and depends on binding by SOX10, EGR2 and NAB1 or NAB2 (Neuhaus et al, 1996; Bondurand et al, 2001; Le et al, 2005; Lopez-Arido et al, 2015).
Literature References
PubMed ID Title Journal Year
16136673 Nab proteins are essential for peripheral nervous system myelination

Nagarajan, R, Wang, JY, Araki, T, Le, N, Milbrandt, J, Svaren, J, LaPash, C, Schmidt, RE

Nat. Neurosci. 2005
11734543 Human Connexin 32, a gap junction protein altered in the X-linked form of Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, is directly regulated by the transcription factor SOX10

Goossens, M, Girard, M, Pingault, V, Dubourg, O, Bondurand, N, Lemort, N

Hum. Mol. Genet. 2001
25974668 Differential Sox10 genomic occupancy in myelinating glia

Koenning, M, Keles, S, Emery, B, Lopez-Anido, C, Sun, G, Hung, HA, Svaren, J, Srinivasan, R

Glia 2015
8842374 The human connexin32 gene is transcribed from two tissue-specific promoters

Werner, R, Neuhaus, IM, Bone, L, Wang, S, Ionasescu, V

Biosci. Rep. 1996
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