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Dr. Steven Weintraub

Internal Medicine - Pulmonology
Saint Louis, MO
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I specialize in
Internal Medicine - Pulmonology
I have been in practice
34 years
I speak
English
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I am located at
Saint Louis , MO

I was educated and trained at
Medical / Graduate School
Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
I've published
Retinoblastoma protein switches the E2F site from positive to negative element.
Nature, 358, 259-61 (1992)
S J Weintraub, C A Prater, D C Dean
Mechanism of active transcriptional repression by the retinoblastoma protein.
Nature, 375, 812-5 (1995)
S J Weintraub, K N Chow, R X Luo, S H Zhang, S He, D C Dean
E2F is required to prevent inappropriate S-phase entry of mammalian cells.
Molecular and cellular biology, 20, 363-71 (2000)
S He, B L Cook, B E Deverman, U Weihe, F Zhang, V Prachand, J Zheng, S J Weintraub