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Gloss, Bernd R
Gloss, B.


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11989Clusters of nuclear factor I binding sites identify enhancers of several papillomaviruses but alone are not sufficient for enhancer functionGloss, B. ; Yeo-Gloss, M.; Meisterernst, M.; Rogge, L.; Winnacker, E.L.; Bernard, H.-U. 
21992During negative regulation of the human papillomavirus-16 E6 promoter, the viral E2 protein can displace Sp1 from a proximal promoter elementTan, S.-H. ; Gloss, B. ; Bernard, H.-U. 
3Apr-1988Human papillomavirus-16 and genital cancer: are tests for the viral gene expression in vitro indicators for risk factors in vivo?Chan, W.K. ; Gloss, B. ; Bernard, H.U. 
41994Mechanism of translation of the bicistronic mRNA encoding human papillomavirus type 16 E6-E7 genesTan, T.M.C. ; Gloss, B. ; Bernard, H.-U. ; Ting, R.C.Y. 
51989Numerous nuclear proteins bind the long control region of human papillomavirus type 16: A subset of 6 of 23 DNase I-protected segments coincides with the location of the cell-type-specific enhancerGloss, B. ; Chong, T. ; Bernard, H.-U. 
61990The E6/E7 promoter of human papillomavirus type 16 is activated in the absence of E2 proteins by a sequence-aberrant Spl distal elementGloss, B. ; Bernard, H.-U. 
7Nov-1991The enhancer of human papillomavirus type 16: Binding sites for the ubiquitous transcription factors oct-1, NFA, TEF-2, NF1, and AP-1 participate in epithelial cell-specific transcriptionChong, T. ; Apt, D. ; Gloss, B. ; Isa, M. ; Bernard, H.-U.