HIF (heterodimer of HIF-alpha and HIF-beta) recruits p300 and CBP to the promoters of target genes (Kallio et al. 1998, Ebert and Bunn 1998, Ema et al. 1999, Gu et al. 2001, Dames et al. 2002, Freedman et al. 2002).
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