Sidney Grimes

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Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center - Shreveport 
Area:
Molecular Biology, Biochemistry
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Grimes SR. (2011) A good molecular target for prostate cancer chemotherapy. Asian Journal of Andrology. 13: 207
Wolfe SA, Vanwert JM, Grimes SR. (2008) Transcription factor RFX4 binding to the testis-specific histone H1t promoter in spermatocytes may be important for regulation of H1t gene transcription during spermatogenesis. Journal of Cellular Biochemistry. 105: 61-9
VanWert JM, Wolfe SA, Grimes SR. (2008) Binding of RFX2 and NF-Y to the testis-specific histone H1t promoter may be required for transcriptional activation in primary spermatocytes. Journal of Cellular Biochemistry. 104: 1087-101
Wolfe SA, van Wert J, Grimes SR. (2006) Transcription factor RFX2 is abundant in rat testis and enriched in nuclei of primary spermatocytes where it appears to be required for transcription of the testis-specific histone H1t gene. Journal of Cellular Biochemistry. 99: 735-46
Grimes SR, Prado S, Wolfe SA. (2005) Transcriptional activation of the testis-specific histone H1t gene by RFX2 may require both proximal promoter X-box elements. Journal of Cellular Biochemistry. 94: 317-26
Grimes SR. (2004) Testis-specific transcriptional control Gene. 343: 11-22
Yaturu S, Prado S, Grimes SR. (2004) Changes in adipocyte hormones leptin, resistin, and adiponectin in thyroid dysfunction. Journal of Cellular Biochemistry. 93: 491-6
Wolfe SA, Wilkerson DC, Prado S, et al. (2004) Regulatory factor X2 (RFX2) binds to the H1t/TE1 promoter element and activates transcription of the testis-specific histone H1t gene. Journal of Cellular Biochemistry. 91: 375-83
Wolfe SA, Grimes SR. (2003) Transcriptional repression of the testis-specific histone H1t gene mediated by an element upstream of the H1/AC box. Gene. 308: 129-38
Wilkerson DC, Wolfe SA, Grimes SR. (2003) TE2 and TE1 sub-elements of the testis-specific histone H1t promoter are functionally different. Journal of Cellular Biochemistry. 88: 1177-87
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