Browsing by Author "Nacht, A. Silvina"

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  • Zaurín Quer, Roser; Ferrari, Roberto; Nacht, A. Silvina; Carbonell-Caballero, Jose; Le Dily, François; Font Mateu, Jofre, 1977-; De Llobet, Lara Isabel; Vidal Ocabo, Enrique; Lioutas, Antonio, 1980-; Beato, Miguel; Vincent, Guillermo P. (Oxford University Press, 2021)
    Here, we report that in T47D breast cancer cells 50 pM progestin is sufficient to activate cell cycle entry and the progesterone gene expression program. At this concentration, equivalent to the progesterone blood levels ...
  • Nacht, A. Silvina; Ferrari, Roberto; Zaurín Quer, Roser; Scabia, Valentina; Carbonell-Caballero, Jose; Le Dily, François; Quilez Oliete, Javier; Leopoldi, Alexandra; Brisken, Cathrin; Beato, Miguel; Vicent, Guillermo Pablo (EMBO Press, 2019)
    Steroid hormones are key gene regulators in breast cancer cells. While estrogens stimulate cell proliferation, progestins activate a single cell cycle followed by proliferation arrest. Here, we use biochemical and genome-wide ...
  • Wright, Roni H.G.; Castellano, Giancarlo; Bonet Martínez, Jaume, 1982-; Le Dily, François; Font Mateu, Jofre, 1977-; Ballaré, Cecilia Julia; Nacht, A. Silvina; Soronellas, Daniel; Oliva Miguel, Baldomero; Beato, Miguel (Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press (CSHL Press), 2012)
    Eukaryotic gene regulation implies that transcription factors gain access to genomic information via poorly understood processes involving activation and targeting of kinases, histone-modifying enzymes, and chromatin ...
  • La Greca, Alejandro; Bellora Pereyra, Nicolás; Le Dily, François; Jara, Rodrigo; Nacht, A. Silvina; Quilez Oliete, Javier; Villanueva Cañas, José Luis, 1984-; Vidal, Enric; Merino, Gabriela; Fresno, Cristóbal; Reischle, Inti Tarifa; Vallejo, Griselda; Vicent, Guillermo Pablo; Fernández, Elmer; Beato, Miguel; Saragüeta, Patricia (eLife Sciences Publications, 2022)
    Estrogen (E2) and Progesterone (Pg), via their specific receptors (ERalpha and PR), are major determinants in the development and progression of endometrial carcinomas, However, their precise mechanism of action and the ...
  • Le Dily, François; Vidal, Enrique; Cuartero, Yasmina; Quilez Oliete, Javier; Nacht, A. Silvina; Vicent, Guillermo Pablo; Carbonell-Caballero, Jose; Sharma, Priyanka; Villanueva Cañas, José Luis, 1984-; Ferrari, Roberto; De Llobet, Lara Isabel; Verde, Gaetano; Wright, Roni H.G.; Beato, Miguel (Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press (CSHL Press), 2019)
    In breast cancer cells, some topologically associating domains (TADs) behave as hormonal gene regulation units, within which gene transcription is coordinately regulated in response to steroid hormones. Here we further ...
  • Nacht, A. Silvina; Pohl, Andy, 1979-; Zaurín Quer, Roser; Soronellas, Daniel; Quilez Oliete, Javier; Sharma, Priyanka; Wright, Roni H.G.; Beato, Miguel; Vincent, Guillermo P. (EMBO Press, 2016)
    Eukaryotic gene regulation is associated with changes in chromatin compaction that modulate access to DNA regulatory sequences relevant for transcriptional activation or repression. Although much is known about the mechanism ...
  • Bertucci, Paola Y.; Nacht, A. Silvina; Alló, Mariano; Rocha-Viegas, Luciana; Ballaré, Cecilia Julia; Soronellas, Daniel; Castellano, Giancarlo; Zaurín Quer, Roser; Kornblihtt, Alberto R.; Beato, Miguel; Vicent, Guillermo Pablo; Pecci, Adali (Oxford University Press, 2013)
    Steroid receptors were classically described for regulating transcription by binding to target gene promoters. However, genome-wide studies reveal that steroid receptors-binding sites are mainly located at intragenic ...

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