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CREB

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(Biochemistry) cyclic amp-response element binding protein; a protein involved in the long-term memory process
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However, with evaluation of one additional step, a plausible mechanism was revealed: CREB1 can be activated by PCB 153 through the PXR (inhibition of an inhibitor) via documented direct binding interactions (Kodama et al.
40) Occasional cases with EWSR1 rearrangement have failed to show involvement of ATF1 or CREB1, suggesting that these may have as yet unidentified fusion partners.
In tests on mice, researchers in Rome found the molecule, called CREB1, is triggered by a low-calorie diet.
According to the Italian scientists, the answer lies with the molecule CREB1 which is activated in the brain by calorie restriction.
Learning-dependent gene expression of CREB1 isoforms in the molluscan brain.
Genotyping identified all single nucleotide polymorphisms in a region that contained the CREB1 gene.
In 2006, Antonescu et al (1) reported 3 of 3 cases of CCSLGT as showing translocations involving chromosomes 22 and 2 instead, resulting in fusions between EWSR1 and the CREB1 gene.