When are the BET factors the most sensitive to bromodomain inhibitors?

Saadi Khochbin
Transcription 2013, 4 (2): 54-7
The recent publication of two detailed studies of mouse spermatogenesis, either after chemical inhibition of the BET bromodomains, or in the context of genetic alterations of one specific BET member, Brdt, provides the unique opportunity to assess the functional impact of BET bromodomain inhibitors.

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