Additional file 2 of MBD5 and MBD6 stabilize the BAP1 complex and promote BAP1-dependent cancer

Natsumi Tsuboyama, Aileen Patricia Szczepanski, Zibo Zhao & Lu Wang
Additional file 2: Fig S1. Generation of polyclonal antibodies against MBD5 and MBD6. Fig S2. The ASXL subunits link MBD5 and MBD6 to BAP1 complex via the C-terminal PHD fingers. Fig S3. MBD5 and MBD6 evolutionally contributes to stability of BAP1 complex. Fig S4. MBD6 but not MBD5 is critical for SCLC cell viability. Fig S5. Characterization of MBD6 occupancy in SCLC cells. Fig S6. MBD6 is essential for BAP1-dependent gene expression in SCLC. Fig...
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