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Expressions Of C‐jun And P53 Proteins In Human Middle Ear Cholesteatoma: Relationship To Keratinocyte Proliferation, Differentiation, And Programmed Cell Death

H. Shinoda, C. C. Huang
Published 1995 · Biology, Medicine

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The c‐jun protein functions as a transcription factor for many genes, and the p53 protein functions as a negative regulator of cellular proliferation, which is related to the apoptosis pathway that induces DNA damage. It has recently been shown that c‐jun promotes keratinocyte proliferation and p53 induces apoptosis of various cells.
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