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Alternative promoter usage at the Notch1 locus supports ligand-independent signaling in T cell development and leukemogenesis.

Gómez-del Arco P, Kashiwagi M, Jackson AF, Naito T, Zhang J, Liu F, Kee B, Vooijs M, Radtke F, Redondo JM, Georgopoulos K. Alternative promoter usage at the Notch1 locus supports ligand-independent signaling in T cell development and leukemogenesis. Immunity. 2010 Nov 24; 33(5):685-98.

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