Deacetylation by SIRT1 promotes the tumor-suppressive activity of HINT1 by enhancing its binding capacity for β-catenin or MITF in colon cancer and melanoma cells

Taek Yeol Jung, Gyu Rin Jin, Young Bin Koo, Mi Mi Jang, Chan Woo Kim, Soh Yeon Lee, Hyelee Kim, Chae Young Lee, Soo Young Lee, Bong Gun Ju, Hyun Seok Kim

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