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Clusterin associated protein 1

CLUAP1, clusterin-associated protein 1
Top mentioned proteins: Clusterin, SM22alpha, Adenylate Cyclase, TUBE, Hippi
Papers on CLUAP1
A divergent calponin homology (NN-CH) domain defines a novel family: implications for evolution of ciliary IFT complex B proteins.
Pedersen et al., Copenhagen, Denmark. In Bioinformatics, 2014
Here, using profile-to-profile comparisons and structure modeling, we show that the yeast outer kinetochore components NDC80 and NUF2 share evolutionary ancestry with a novel protein family in mammals comprising, besides NDC80/HEC1 and NUF2, three Intraflagellar Transport (IFT) complex B subunits (IFT81, IFT57, CLUAP1) as well as six proteins with poorly defined function (FAM98A-C, CCDC22, CCDC93 and C14orf166).
Mammalian Clusterin associated protein 1 is an evolutionarily conserved protein required for ciliogenesis.
Yoder et al., Birmingham, United States. In Cilia, 2011
UNLABELLED: BACKGROUND: Clusterin associated protein 1 (CLUAP1) was initially characterized as a protein that interacts with clusterin, and whose gene is frequently upregulated in colon cancer.
Proteome changes in Caco-2 cells treated with Monascus-fermented red mold rice extract.
Pan et al., Jieyang, China. In J Agric Food Chem, 2007
The deregulated proteins that were identified included heat shock protein 70, protein kinase C epsilon type, clusterin-associated protein 1, and two tumor suppressors (N-chimaerin and calponin-2).
Identification of CLUAP1 as a human osteosarcoma tumor-associated antigen recognized by the humoral immune system.
Nishimura et al., Sapporo, Japan. In Int J Oncol, 2007
CLUAP1 (clusterin-associated protein 1) is highly expressed in osteosarcoma, ovarian, colon, and lung cancers
Isolation and characterization of a novel gene CLUAP1 whose expression is frequently upregulated in colon cancer.
Furukawa et al., Tokyo, Japan. In Oncogene, 2005
inactivation of CLUAP1 may conceivably serve in the future as a novel therapeutic intervention for treatment of colon cancer
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