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    USF and NF-E2 cooperate to regulate the recruitment and activity of RNA polymerase II in the beta-globin gene locus

    Zhou, Zhuo, Li, Xingguo, Deng, Changwang, Ney, Paul A, Huang, Suming, Bungert, Jörg
    The Journal of biological chemistry, 21 May 2010, Vol.285(21), pp.15894-905 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: USF and NF-E2 cooperate to regulate the recruitment and activity of RNA polymerase II in the beta-globin gene locus
    Author: Zhou, Zhuo; Li, Xingguo; Deng, Changwang; Ney, Paul A; Huang, Suming; Bungert, Jörg
    Subject: Genetic Loci -- Physiology ; Locus Control Region -- Physiology ; Nf-E2 Transcription Factor, P45 Subunit -- Metabolism ; RNA Polymerase II -- Metabolism ; Beta-Globins -- Biosynthesis
    Description: The human beta-globin gene is expressed at high levels in erythroid cells and regulated by proximal and distal cis-acting DNA elements, including promoter, enhancer, and a locus control region (LCR). Transcription complexes are recruited not only to the globin gene promoters but also to the LCR. Previous studies have implicated the ubiquitously expressed transcription factor USF and the tissue-restricted activator NF-E2 in the recruitment of transcription complexes to the beta-globin gene locus. Here we demonstrate that although USF is required for the efficient association of RNA polymerase II (Pol II) with immobilized LCR templates, USF and NF-E2 together regulate the association of Pol II with the adult beta-globin gene promoter. Recruitment of Pol II to the LCR occurs in undifferentiated murine erythroleukemia cells, but phosphorylation of LCR-associated Pol II at serine 5 of the C-terminal domain is mediated by erythroid differentiation and requires the activity of NF-E2. Furthermore,...
    Is part of: The Journal of biological chemistry, 21 May 2010, Vol.285(21), pp.15894-905
    Identifier: 1083-351X (E-ISSN); 20236933 Version (PMID); 10.1074/jbc.M109.098376 (DOI)

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    Shining a light on species delimitation in the tree genus Engelhardia Leschenault ex Blume (Juglandaceae)

    Zhang, Can-Yu
    Low, Shook Ling, Song, Yi-Gang, Nuraina, Kozlowski, Gregor, Do, Truong Van, Li, Lang, Zhou, Shi-Shun, Tan, Yun-Hong, Cao, Guan-Long, Zhou, Zhuo, Meng, Hong-Hu, Li, Jie
    Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. - 2020/152//106918
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    Title: Shining a light on species delimitation in the tree genus Engelhardia Leschenault ex Blume (Juglandaceae)
    Author: Zhang, Can-Yu
    Contributor: Low, Shook Ling; Song, Yi-Gang; Nuraina; Kozlowski, Gregor; Do, Truong Van; Li, Lang; Zhou, Shi-Shun; Tan, Yun-Hong; Cao, Guan-Long; Zhou, Zhuo; Meng, Hong-Hu; Li, Jie
    Date: 2020-11-01
    Description: Enhanced efficacy in species delimitation is critically important in biology given the pending biodiversity crisis under global warming and anthropogenic activity. In particular, delineation of traditional classifications in view of the complexity of species requires an integrative approach to effectively define species boundaries, and this is a major focus of systematic biology. Here, we explored species delimitation of Engelhardia in tropical and subtropical Asia. In total, 716 individuals in 71 populations were genotyped using five chloroplast regions, one nuclear DNA region (nrITS), and 11 nuclear simple sequence repeats (nSSR). Phylogenetic trees were constructed and relationships among species were assessed. Molecular analyses were then combined with 14 morphological characteristics of 720 specimens to further explore the species boundaries of Engelhardia. Integrating phylogenetic and morphological clusters provided well-resolved relationships to delineate seven species. The results suggested that: first, that E. fenzelii, E. roxburghiana, E. hainanensis, E. apoensis, and E. serrata are distinct species; second, E. spicata var. spicata, E. spicata var. aceriflora, E. spicata var. colebrookeana, and E. rigida should be combined under E. spicata and treated as a species complex; third, E. serrata var. cambodica should be raised to species level and named E. villosa. We illuminated that bias thresholds determining the cluster number for delimiting species boundaries were substantially reduced when morphological data were incorporated. Our results urge caution when using the concepts of subspecies and varieties in order to prevent confusion, particularly with respect to species delimitation for tropical and subtropical species. In some cases, re-ranking or combining subspecies and/or varieties may enable more accurate species delimitation.
    Linked entry: Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. - 2020/152//106918
    Host document: Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution
    Identifier: 10.1016/j.ympev.2020.106918 (DOI)

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    TRIM38 Negatively Regulates TLR3-Mediated IFN-β Signaling by Targeting TRIF for Degradation (TRIM38 Promotes TRIF Degradation)

    Xue, Qinghua, Zhou, Zhuo, Lei, Xiaobo, Liu, Xinlei, He, Bin, Wang, Jianwei, Hung, Tao
    2012, Vol.7(10), p.e46825 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    TRIM14 is a mitochondrial adaptor that facilitates retinoic acid-inducible gene-I-like receptor-mediated innate immune response

    Zhou, Zhuo, Jia, Xue, Xue, Qinghua, Dou, Zhixun, Ma, Yijie, Zhao, Zhendong, Jiang, Zhengfan, He, Bin, Jin, Qi, Wang, Jianwei
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 14 January 2014, Vol.111(2), pp.E245-54 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Testing Differential Mediation Effects of Sub-dimensions of Political Skills in Linking Proactive Personality to Employee Performance

    Shi, Junqi, Chen, Zhuo, Le Zhou, Zhuo
    Journal of Business and Psychology, 1 September 2011, Vol.26(3), pp.359-369 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Highly mutable tandem DNA repeats generate a cell wall protein variant more frequent in disease-causing Candida albicans isolates than in commensal isolates

    Zhou, Zhuo, Jordens, Zoe, Zhang, Shuguang, Zhang, Ningxin, Schmid, Jan
    PLoS ONE, 2017, Vol.12(6) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Phylogenetic assessment and biogeographic analyses of tribe Peracarpeae (Campanulaceae)

    Zhou, Zhuo, Wen, Jun, Li, Guodong, Sun, Hang
    Plant Systematics and Evolution, 2012, Vol.298(2), pp.323-336 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    PrePAIRing Cas9s for screening success

    Zhou, Zhuo, Wei, Wensheng
    Nature biotechnology, 06 February 2018, Vol.36(2), pp.147-148 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: PrePAIRing Cas9s for screening success
    Author: Zhou, Zhuo; Wei, Wensheng
    Subject: Genetic Testing – Methods;
    Is part of: Nature biotechnology, 06 February 2018, Vol.36(2), pp.147-148
    Identifier: 1546-1696 (E-ISSN); 29406510 Version (PMID); 10.1038/nbt.4075 (DOI)

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    Climatic Factors Drive Population Divergence and Demography: Insights Based on the Phylogeography of a Riparian Plant Species Endemic to the Hengduan Mountains and Adjacent Regions

    Wang, Zhi-Wei, Chen, Shao-Tian, Nie, Ze-Long, Zhang, Jian-Wen, Zhou, Zhuo, Deng, Tao, Sun, Hang
    PLoS ONE, 2015, Vol.10(12) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Lysosome-associated membrane glycoprotein 3 is involved in influenza A virus replication in human lung epithelial (A549) cells

    Wang Jianwei, Yang Yaowu, Wan Yuli, Xue Qinghua, Zhou Zhuo, Hung Tao
    Virology journal, 01 August 2011, Vol.8(1), p.384 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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