Analyzing microarray data of Alzheimer's using cluster analysis to identify the biomarker genes.
Vishākhapatnam, India. In Int J Alzheimers Dis, 2011
Three genes, SORL1, APP, and APOE, are suspected to cause Alzheimer's whereas the other 21 genes are related to other diseases but may also be found to be associated with Alzheimer's, and these are TMEM59, CCT4, IGF2R, SFPQ, PRDX3, RNF14, IDS, SSBP1, SYNE2, TXNL4A, STXBP3, SMARCB1, ULK2, AGTPBP1, FABP7, CALB1, H2AFY, COPA, SAP18, ATIC and SYNCRIP.
The inter-ring arrangement of the cytosolic chaperonin CCT.
Madrid, Spain. In Embo Rep, 2007
Here, three-dimensional reconstructions generated by cryoelectron microscopy of complexes between CCT and either of two different monoclonal antibodies that react specifically with the CCTepsilon and CCTdelta subunits have been used to determine the phasing between the two chaperonin rings.
Eukaryotic type II chaperonin CCT interacts with actin through specific subunits.
Madrid, Spain. In Nature, 2000
Immunolabelling of CCT-substrate complexes with antibodies against two specific CCT subunits showed that actin binds to CCT using two specific and distinct interactions: the small domain of actin binds to CCTdelta and the large domain to CCTbeta or CCTepsilon (both in position 1,4 with respect to delta).