FOXK1 is expressed in these cells and regulates cell cycle progression through an interaction with its downstream target the cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitor p21 (CIP). Loss of FOXK1 in mice results in growth retardation and a severe impairment in skeletal muscle regeneration following injury. FOXK1 also shows expression in immature tissues of brain, eye, heart, lung and thymus. It also is predominantly expressed in many malignant tissues, such as tumors of the brain, colon and lymph node.View more
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