LIN-15B Products


lin-15B encodes a novel protein that contains a THAP domain, a zinc-coordinating, site-specific DNA-binding domain; lin-15B was first identified as a class B synMuv gene that acts redundantly with lin-15A to negatively regulate the outcome of Ras signaling during vulval cell fate specification; subsequently, lin-15B has been shown to also negatively regulate progression through the G1 phase of the cell cycle and RNA-mediated interference (RNAi).


Entrez C. elegans
Alternate Names
  • lin15b

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