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- Lamas-Maceiras, M., et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Current genetics 2018 v.64 no.6 pp. 1205-1213
- DNA repair; biogenesis; cell growth; chromatin; humans; neoplasms; nutrient availability; rapamycin; ribosomes; transcription (genetics); yeasts
- ... The number of ribosomes and their activity need to be highly regulated because their function is crucial for the cell. Ribosome biogenesis is necessary for cell growth and proliferation in accordance with nutrient availability and other external and intracellular signals. High-mobility group B (HMGB) proteins are conserved from yeasts to human and are decisive in cellular fate. These proteins play ...