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In B16 melanoma cells, the inhibition of melanogenesis by TPA results from PKC activation and diminution of microphthalmia binding to the M-box of the tyrosinase promoter

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Corine Bertolotto, Karine Bille, Jean-Paul Ortonne, Robert Ballotti. In B16 melanoma cells, the inhibition of melanogenesis by TPA results from PKC activation and diminution of microphthalmia binding to the M-box of the tyrosinase promoter. Oncogene, 1998, 16 (13), pp.1665-1670. ⟨10.1038/sj.onc.1201685⟩. ⟨inserm-02533079⟩
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