Scientists uncover how FoxH1 factor binds to specific points in the genome


Transcription factors are proteins that interact with DNA to regulate the function of some genes. Generally, a single transcription factor binds to several regions in the genome as it orchestrates complex cellular responses, which require the activation or inhibition of several genes.

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