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Eap1 in the Brain Regulates the Female Reproductive Cycle

... monkeys, rats, and mice. They also showed that the protein product of EPA1 was expressed in neurons involved in the control of reproduction, and that eap1 activated GnRH. The authors went on to show that inhibition of EPA1 expression in the rat hypothalamus delayed the onset of puberty and disrup...
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EAP1: September 2008

EAP1. a place for SIUC ESL students to put our work. Thursday, September 11, 2008. Homework #6 ... EAP1 WW 091. Qian Zhang. Lin Jiang. Wookje Choi. Abdullah ...

EAP1, a Candida albicans Gene Involved in Binding Human Epithelial ...

The gene EAP1 was isolated as a putative cell wall adhesin. Sequence analysis of EAP1 shows that it contains a signal peptide, a ...

Hypothalamic Expression of Eap1 Is Not Directly Controlled by Ovarian ...

A gene termed EAP1 (enhanced at puberty 1) was recently identified as a ... Eap1 mRNA abundance decreases in both the hypothalamus and cerebral cortex ...

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EAP1/Daxx interacts with ETS1 and represses transcriptional ...

Oncogene is one of the world's leading cancer journals. ... Interaction of EAP1/Daxx with ETS1 causes the repression of transcriptional ...

Enhanced at puberty 1 (EAP1) is a new transcriptional regulator of the ...

EAP1 encoded a nuclear protein expressed in neurons involved in the inhibitory ... EAP1 transactivated genes required for reproductive function, such as GNRH1, and ...
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