SMAD4 binds HOXA9 in the cytoplasm and protects primitive hematopoietic cells against nuclear activation by HOXA9 and leukemia transformation.

Ronan Quere, Göran Karlsson, Falk Hertwig, Marianne Rissler, Beata Lindqvist, Thoas Fioretos, Peter Vandenberghe, Marilyn L Slovak, Jörg Cammenga, Stefan Karlsson

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