LE WE PMID CA
SWI SNF8617SWI SNF

Antibodies (Immunochemistry)

ARID1A

BAF155

BRG1 SMARCA4

Chromatin

Epigenetics

hSNF5

LKB1

Lung and bronchial system (Neoplasia)

Muscle (Physiology)

Receptor (Vitamin D)

SMARCA2 BRM

SNF5

SWI SNF

Williams syndrome

WSTF

2011  
1
Williams syndrome is an epigenome-regulator disease.
[21242649] Endocr J 58(2): 77-85 (2011)
2009  
2
Hijacking the chromatin remodeling machinery: impact of SWI/SNF perturbations in cancer.
[19843852] Cancer Res 69(21): 8223-30 (2009)
2009  
3
BRG1 and LKB1: tales of two tumor suppressor genes on chromosome 19p and lung cancer.
[19176640] Carcinogenesis 30(4): 547-54 (2009)
2009  
4
Cutting edge: SWI/SNF mediates antisense Igh transcription and locus-wide accessibility in B cell precursors.
[19596997] J Immunol 183(3): 1509-13 (2009)
2008  
5
Involvement of the chromatin-remodeling factor BRG1/SMARCA4 in human cancer.
[18437052] Epigenetics 3(2): 64-8 (2008)
2011  
6
ATP-dependent chromatin remodeling: genetics, genomics and mechanisms.
[21358755] Cell Res 21(3): 396-420 (2011)
2010  
7
SWI/SNF complexes, chromatin remodeling and skeletal myogenesis: it's time to exchange!
[20553711] Exp Cell Res 316(18): 3073-80 (2010)
2010  
8
Structure and function of SWI/SNF chromatin remodeling complexes and mechanistic implications for transcription.
[20493208] Prog Biophys Mol Biol 102(2-3): 122-8 (2010)

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