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Schultze FChristian, Andag R, Alwahsh SMohammad, Toncheva D, Maslyankov S, Yaramov N, von Ahsen N, Brandhorst G, Walson PD, Oellerich M et al..  2014.  FoxP3 demethylation is increased in human colorectal cancer and rat cholangiocarcinoma tissue.Clin Biochem. 47(3):201-5.
Diffner E, Beck D, Gudgin E, Thoms JAI, Knezevic K, Pridans C, Foster S, Goode D, Lim WKhong, Boelen L et al..  2013.  Activity of a heptad of transcription factors is associated with stem cell programs and clinical outcome in acute myeloid leukemia.Blood. 121(12):2289-300.
Wilson NK, Timms RT, Kinston SJ, Cheng Y-H, S Oram H, Landry J-R, Mullender J, Ottersbach K, Göttgens B.  2010.  Gfi1 expression is controlled by five distinct regulatory regions spread over 100 kilobases, with Scl/Tal1, Gata2, PU.1, Erg, Meis1, and Runx1 acting as upstream regulators in early hematopoietic cells.Mol Cell Biol. 30(15):3853-63.
Garrick D, Samara V, McDowell TL, Smith AG, Dobbie L, Higgs DR, Gibbons RJ.  2004.  A conserved truncated isoform of the ATR-X syndrome protein lacking the SWI/SNF-homology domain.Gene. 326:23-34.
Dacquin R, Mee PJ, Kawaguchi J, Olmsted-Davis EA, Gallagher JA, Nichols J, Lee K, Karsenty G, Smith A.  2004.  Knock-in of nuclear localised beta-galactosidase reveals that the tyrosine phosphatase Ptprv is specifically expressed in cells of the bone collar.Dev Dyn. 229(4):826-34.
Bucher K, Sofroniew MV, Pannell R, Impey H, Smith AG, Torres EM, Dunnett SB, Jin Y, Baer R, Rabbitts TH.  2000.  The T cell oncogene Tal2 is necessary for normal development of the mouse brain.Dev Biol. 227(2):533-44.
Adams SM, Helps NR, Sharp MG, Brammar WJ, Walker RA, Varley JM.  1992.  Isolation and characterization of a novel gene with differential expression in benign and malignant human breast tumours.Hum Mol Genet. 1(2):91-6.
Rio MC, Chenard MP, Wolf C, Marcellin L, Tomasetto C, Lathe R, Bellocq JP, Chambon P.  1991.  Induction of pS2 and hSP genes as markers of mucosal ulceration of the digestive tract.Gastroenterology. 100(2):375-9.