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Syntaxin binding protein 5-like

A830015P08Rik, tomosyn-2
Top mentioned proteins: Tomosyn, Ubiquitin, NSF, V1a, Insulin
Papers on A830015P08Rik
Tomosyn-2 is required for normal motor performance in mice and sustains neurotransmission at motor endplates.
Groffen et al., Amsterdam, Netherlands. In Brain Struct Funct, Jul 2015
Tomosyn-1 (STXBP5) is a soluble NSF attachment protein receptor complex-binding protein that inhibits vesicle fusion, but the role of tomosyn-2 (STXBP5L) in the mammalian nervous system is still unclear.
Phosphorylation and degradation of tomosyn-2 de-represses insulin secretion.
Attie et al., Madison, United States. In J Biol Chem, 2014
Using (32)P labeling and mass spectrometry, we showed that tomosyn-2 is phosphorylated in response to high glucose, phorbol esters, and analogs of cAMP, all key insulin secretagogues.
Positional cloning of a type 2 diabetes quantitative trait locus; tomosyn-2, a negative regulator of insulin secretion.
Attie et al., Madison, United States. In Plos Genet, 2011
these findings suggest that tomosyn-2 is a key negative regulator of insulin secretion.
Structural and functional analysis of tomosyn identifies domains important in exocytotic regulation.
Stuenkel et al., Ann Arbor, United States. In J Biol Chem, 2011
However, exon variation within the hypervariable splice region resulted in significant differences in protein accumulation of tomosyn-2 isoforms.
Two distinct genes drive expression of seven tomosyn isoforms in the mammalian brain, sharing a conserved structure with a unique variable domain.
Verhage et al., Amsterdam, Netherlands. In J Neurochem, 2005
In a collection of tomosyn-2 cDNA clones, we observed four splice variants (named xb-, b-, m- and s-tomosyn-2) derived from the skipping of exons 19 and 21.
Identification and characterization of human LLGL4 gene and mouse Llgl4 gene in silico.
Katoh et al., Narashino, Japan. In Int J Oncol, 2004
Here, we identified and characterized LLGL4 (also known as STXBP5L) gene encoding LGL4 protein, by using bioinformatics.
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