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The LIM-domain binding protein Ldb1 and its partner LMO2 act as negative regulators of erythroid differentiation.

Visvader JE, Mao X, Fujiwara Y, Hahm K, Orkin SH. The LIM-domain binding protein Ldb1 and its partner LMO2 act as negative regulators of erythroid differentiation. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1997 Dec 09; 94(25):13707-12.

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