BNC1

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BNC1

A gene on chromosome 15q25.2 that encodes basonuclin 1, a zinc finger protein present in the basal cell layer of the epidermis and hair follicles, which is also abundant in the germ cells of the testes and ovaries. BNC1 is thought to play a role in regulating keratinocyte proliferation and rRNA transcription.
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Target Full Name Context Pct Score ASH1L ashl (absent, small, or -0.59 > homeotic)-like (Drosophila) 0.99 RICTOR rapamycin-insensitive companion of -0.57 > mTOR 0.99 ITGB8 integrin, beta 8 -0.62 0.98 C20orf194 chromosome 20 open reading frame -0.72 0.97 194 SNF1LK SNF1-like kinase -0.39 0.97 FAM44B family with sequence similarity 44, -0.65 0.95 member B C10orf18 chromosome 10 open reading frame 18 -0.87 0.95 ZCCHC14 zinc finger, CCHC domain containing -0.5 0.94 14 AFF1 AF4/FMR2 family, member 1 -0.25 0.94 EML4 echinoderm microtubule associated -0.42 0.93 protein like 4 LCOR ligand dependent nuclear receptor -0.33 0.93 corepressor CCDC6 coiled-coil domain containing 6 -0.33 0.92 BNC2 basonuclin 2 -0.32 0.9 Apoptosis signaling is associated with miR-125b predicted targets.