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2012The CACCC-Binding Protein KLF3/BKLF Represses a Subset of KLF1/EKLF Target Genes and Is Required for Proper Erythroid Maturation In VivoBell-Anderson, Kim; Fraser, Stuart; Artuz, Crisbel; Burdach, Jon; Crossley, Merlin Paul; Funnell, Alister; Hung, Tzong-Tyng; Koh, Philip; Mak, Ka Sin; Norton, Laura; Orkin, Stuart H; Pearson, Richard; Perdomo, Jose; Perkins, Andrew C; Power, Carl; Twine, Natalie; Wilkins, Marc Ronald; Molecular Bioscience; PhysiologyThe CACCC-Binding Protein KLF3/BKLF Represses a Subset of KLF1/EKLF Target Genes and Is Required for Proper Erythroid Maturation In Vivo, Molecular and Cellular Biology, vol.32, 16, 2012,pp 3281-3292
2014Changes in Glycogen Structure over Feeding Cycle Sheds New Light on Blood-Glucose ControlBell-Anderson, Kim; Joo, Jin Suk; Aroney, Samuel T N; Gilbert, Robert G; Li, Shihan; Mak, Ka Sin; Stapleton, David; Sullivan, Mitchell; Warren, Frederick J; Molecular Bioscience; Molecular BioscienceChanges in Glycogen Structure over Feeding Cycle Sheds New Light on Blood-Glucose Control, Biomacromolecules, vol.15, 2, 2014,pp 660-665
2013Generation of mice deficient in both KLF3/BKLF and KLF8 reveals a genetic interaction and a role for these factors in embryonic globin gene silencingBell-Anderson, Kim; Pelka, Gregory; Power, Melinda; Radziewic, Tania; Tam, Patrick; Crossley, Merlin Paul; Fraser, Stuart T.; Funnell, Alister; Mak, Ka Sin; Norton, Laura; Pearson, Richard; Perkins, Andrew C; Twine, Natalie; Wilkins, Marc Ronald; Molecular Bioscience; Children's Hospital Westmead: Childrens Medical Research Ins; Children's Hospital Westmead: Childrens Medical Research Ins; Children's Hospital Westmead: Childrens Medical Research Ins; Children's Hospital Westmead: Childrens Medical Research InsGeneration of mice deficient in both KLF3/BKLF and KLF8 reveals a genetic interaction and a role for these factors in embryonic globin gene silencing, Molecular and Cellular Biology, vol.33, 15, 2013,pp 2976-2987
2013Loss of Kruppel-Like Factor 3 (KLF3/BKLF) Leads to Upregulation of the Insulin-Sensitizing Factor Adipolin (FAM132A/CTRP12/C1qdc2)Bell-Anderson, Kim; Hoy, Andrew; Jusoh, Hanapi; Nicholas, Hannah; Salis, Amanda Jane; Scully, Tiffany; Williams, Helen; Burdach, Jon; Crossley, Merlin Paul; Funnell, Alister; Knights, Alexander; Lim, Wooi; Mak, Ka Sin; Pearson, Richard; Turner, Nigel; Molecular Bioscience; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; Not known; Molecular Bioscience; Boden Institute; Molecular Bioscience; Western Clinical School: SurgeryLoss of Kruppel-Like Factor 3 (KLF3/BKLF) Leads to Upregulation of the Insulin-Sensitizing Factor Adipolin (FAM132A/CTRP12/C1qdc2), Diabetes, vol.62, 8, 2013,pp 2728-2737
2015Phosphorylation of Krüppel-like factor 3 (KLF3/BKLF) and C-terminal binding protein 2 (CtBP2) by homeodomain-interacting protein kinase 2 (HIPK2) modulates KLF3 DNA binding and activity.Cordwell, Stuart; Crossley, Paul (Merlin); Kwok, Alister; Lee, Ming Min; Lee, Stella Hoi Yi; Nicholas, Hannah; Tan, Yee Mun; Dewi, Vitri; Funnell, Alister; Isono, Kyo-ichi; Knights, Alexander; Mak, Ka Sin; Pearson, Richard; Quinlan, Kate; Wienert, Beeke; Molecular Bioscience; Molecular Bioscience; Molecular Bioscience; School of Medical Sciences: Biomedical Sciences; Molecular Bioscience; Molecular Bioscience; Western Clinical School: Medicine (Westmead)Phosphorylation of Krüppel-like factor 3 (KLF3/BKLF) and C-terminal binding protein 2 (CtBP2) by homeodomain-interacting protein kinase 2 (HIPK2) modulates KLF3 DNA binding and activity., The Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.290, 13, 2015,pp 8591-8605
2014Regions outside the DNA-binding domain are critical for proper in vivo specificity of an archetypal zinc finger transcription factorTan, Lit-Yeen; Artuz, Crisbel; Burdach, Jon; Crossley, Merlin Paul; Funnell, Alister; Lim, Wooi; Mak, Ka Sin; Pearson, Richard; Wienert, Beeke; Molecular BioscienceRegions outside the DNA-binding domain are critical for proper in vivo specificity of an archetypal zinc finger transcription factor, Nucleic Acids Research, vol.42, 1, 2014,pp 276-289