Hospital for Special Surgery Research Division and the David Rosensweig Genomics Center

New York City, NY, United States

Hospital for Special Surgery Research Division and the David Rosensweig Genomics Center

New York City, NY, United States

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PubMed | Hospital for Special Surgery Research Division and the David Rosensweig Genomics Center and U.S. National Institutes of Health
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Molecular cell | Year: 2014

In cells of the immune system, inflammatory stimuli trigger highly coordinated cascades of gene activation that are precisely calibrated to the nature and strength of the stimulus. Herein, we describe the forces that control inflammatory gene transcription and highlight that many critical determinants of responsiveness are established prior to challenge. We discuss key steps in the transcription cycle that are regulated during gene activation and the importance of the underlying enhancer landscape. Further, we illustrate how the diversity in regulatory strategies employed at inflammatory genes provides novel opportunities for therapeutic intervention.

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