fosB(FBJ murine osteosarcoma viral oncogene homolog B 또는 FosB) 및 G0/G1 스위치 조절 단백질 3(G0S3,G0/G1 switch regulatory protein 3)로도 알려진 단백질 fosB는 인간에서 FBJ 뮤린 골육종 바이러스 종양 유전자 상동체 B(FOSB) 유전자(gene)에 의해 인코딩되는 단백질로 알려져있다.[1][2][3]

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다른 많은 유전자가 그러하듯이 어떤 특정 유전자는 독립적으로 발현하여 기능을 행사하기보다는 다른 유전자의 발현으로 작동하는 기능들과 직간접적으로 연동된다는 점을 전제로 fosB 역시 파킨슨병같은 운동 이상증이나 보상과 관련한 감수성을 향상하는 복잡한 양육행동과 관련있다고 연구보고된바있다. 또다른 연구결과에서는 JunD유전자 발현과 관련해서 이와는 상반된 과정에서 FosB는 중독에서 가장 중요한 생체 분자 기전으로 언급된바 있다. [4][5][6][7][8]

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  1. Entrez Gene: FOSB FBJ murine osteosarcoma viral oncogene homolog B.
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