The blood-testis barrier and its implications for male contraception.
New York City, United States. In Pharmacol Rev, 2012
Studies have demonstrated that some unlikely partners, namely adhesion protein complexes (e.g., occludin-ZO-1, N-cadherin-β-catenin, claudin-5-ZO-1), steroids (e.g., testosterone, estradiol-17β), nonreceptor protein kinases (e.g., focal adhesion kinase, c-Src, c-Yes), polarity proteins (e.g., PAR6, Cdc42, 14-3-3), endocytic vesicle proteins (e.g., clathrin, caveolin, dynamin 2), and actin regulatory proteins (e.g., Eps8, Arp2/3 complex), are working together, apparently under the overall influence of cytokines (e.g., transforming growth factor-β3, tumor necrosis factor-α, interleukin-1α).
Array-based comparative genomic hybridization for genomic-wide screening of DNA copy number alterations in aggressive bone tumors.
Toyama, Japan. In J Exp Clin Cancer Res, 2011
On the other hand, NRAS, D2S447, RAF1, ROBO1, MYB, MOS, FGFR2, HRAS, D13S319, D13S327, D18S552, YES1 and DCC, were commonly low.
c-Yes response to growth factor activation.
Morgantown, United States. In Growth Factors, 2005
The most studied kinase of this nine member family, c-Src, shares a similar structure, as well as a similar expression pattern to that of another Src family protein, c-Yes.
Specificity in signaling by c-Yes.
Morgantown, United States. In Front Biosci, 2003
This review summarizes the potential functions of c-Yes and its ability to modulate signals that are distinct from c-Src.