pit-1


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pit-1

(pit),
A nuclear binding transcriptional factor found in many cells in normal human pituitary glands and expressed in a large percentage of pituitary adenomas, in particular those positive for growth hormone, or thyrotropin.

pit-1

(pit)
A nuclear binding transcriptional factor found in many cells in normal human pituitary glands expressed in a large percentage of pituitary adenomas, in particular those positive for growth hormone or thyrotropin.
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2) by the Primer3 program (Rozen and Skaletsky, 2000) and the Pit-1 gene specific forward and reverse primers (5'- ACT CGC TAT TAC ACA ATA GGA GAG CCT-3' and 5'-TCC TGC CAA CTC CTC ACC TCC C-3') respectively which were used to amplify a 260 bp fragment in PIT-1 gene.