Comparative effects of gold on the interactions of transcription factors with DNA
We have previously hypothesized that a mode of action of the anti-rheumatic gold salt, aurothiomalate (AuTM), is the inhibition of DNA binding by transcription factors. Studies of the progesterone receptor (PR), which has a zinc finger structure in the DNA binding domain, were consistent with this hypothesis (1). Here we show that AuTM also markedly inhibits DNA binding by the transcription factor AP-1 and has less potent effects for AP-2, NF-1 and TFIID.
|Authors||Handel, M. L.;Sivertsen, S.;Watts, C. K.;Day, R. O.;Sutherland, R. L. :|
|Publisher Name||Agents Actions Suppl|
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|OpenAccess link to author's accepted manuscript version||https://publications.gimr.garvan.org.au/open-access/772|