The Pu.1 target gene Zbtb11 regulates neutrophil development through its integrase-like HHCC zinc finger
Maria-Cristina Keightley, Duncan P Carradice, Judith E Layton, Luke Pase, Julien Y Bertrand, Johannes G Wittig, Aleksandar Dakic, Andrew P Badrock, Nicholas J Cole, David Traver, Stephen L Nutt, Julia McCoey, Ashley M Buckle, Joan K Heath, Graham J Lieschke
Nature Communications | NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP | Published : 2017
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This work was supported by the National Health and Medical Research Council (234708 (G.J.L., J.E.L.), 280916 (J.K.H., G.J.L.), 406695 (D.P.C.), 637395 [G.J.L.], 1070687 (G.J.L., M.-C.K.), 461208 (G.J.L.), 1023529 (G.J.L.), 1044754 (G.J.L.), 1022688 (A.M.B.), 1034816 (N.J.C.), 1048278, 1058238 (S.L.N.)), ARC (DP0346823 (G.J.L., J.E.L., J.K.H.)), Cancer Council Victoria (1047660 (G.J.L., M.-C.K.)), National Institutes of Health (R01 HL079545 (G.J.L.)). The Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute is supported by funds from the State Government of Victoria and the Australian Federal Government.