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Akirin 1

Top mentioned proteins: Smad4, myostatin, HAD, ACID, Actin
Papers on akirin1
Evolution of akirin family in gene and genome levels and coexpressed patterns among family members and rel gene in croaker.
Xu et al., Zhoushan, China. In Dev Comp Immunol, Sep 2015
A second nuclear localization signal (NLS) is observed in akirin2 homologues, which is not in akirin1 homologues in all teleosts and most other vertebrates.
Impaired structural and functional regeneration of skeletal muscles from β2-adrenoceptor knockout mice.
Miyabara et al., São Paulo, Brazil. In Acta Physiol (oxf), 2014
Furthermore, there was an increase in inflammation and in the number of macrophages in regenerating muscles lacking the β2-adrenoceptor at 3 and 10 days, a predominance of M1 macrophage phenotype, a decrease in TβR-I/Smad2/3 activation, and in the Smad4 expression at 3 days, while akirin1 expression increased at 10 days in muscles from β2 KO mice when compared to those from wild type.
Positioning the expanded akirin gene family of Atlantic salmon within the transcriptional networks of myogenesis.
Johnston et al., Saint Andrews, United Kingdom. In Biochem Biophys Res Commun, 2010
akirin1(2b) was not significantly regulated during the maturation of the cell culture.
Akirin1 (Mighty), a novel promyogenic factor regulates muscle regeneration and cell chemotaxis.
Sharma et al., Hamilton, New Zealand. In Exp Cell Res, 2009
myostatin regulates key steps of muscle regeneration including chemotaxis of inflammatory cells, SC activation and migration through akirin1.
Evolution of the multifaceted eukaryotic akirin gene family.
Johnston et al., Saint Andrews, United Kingdom. In Bmc Evol Biol, 2008
Using comprehensive phylogenetic analysis, coupled with comparisons of conserved synteny and genomic organisation, we show that the intron-exon structure of metazoan akirin genes was established prior to the bilateria and that a single proto-orthologue duplicated in the vertebrates, before the gnathostome-agnathan separation, producing akirin1 and akirin2.
Mighty is a novel promyogenic factor in skeletal myogenesis.
Sharma et al., Hamilton, New Zealand. In Exp Cell Res, 2008
Mighty is a critical promyogenic factor which plays a key role in the signalling pathway downstream of Myostatin.
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