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Cripto, FRL-1, cryptic family 1

This gene encodes a member of the epidermal growth factor (EGF)- Cripto, Frl-1, and Cryptic (CFC) family. EGF-CFC family member proteins share a variant EGF-like motif, a conserved cysteine-rich domain, and a C-terminal hydrophobic region. These proteins play key roles in intercellular signaling pathways during vertebrate embryogenesis. Mutations in this gene can cause autosomal visceral heterotaxy. This protein is involved in left-right asymmetric morphogenesis during organ development. [provided by RefSeq, Jul 2008] (from NCBI)
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Papers on Cryptic
Barcoding and species recognition of opportunistic pathogens in Ochroconis and Verruconis.
de Hoog et al., Utrecht, Netherlands. In Fungal Biol, Feb 2016
Cryptic species were revealed especially in complexes with very high intra-specific variability.
A comparison of DMET Plus microarray and genome-wide technologies by assessing population substructure.
Jack et al., Tampa, United States. In Pharmacogenet Genomics, Feb 2016
OBJECTIVE: The capacity of the Affymetrix drug metabolism enzymes and transporters (DMET) Plus pharmacogenomics genotyping chip to estimate population substructure and cryptic relatedness was evaluated.
DNA Barcode Analysis of Thrips (Thysanoptera) Diversity in Pakistan Reveals Cryptic Species Complexes.
Hebert et al., Faisalābād, Pakistan. In Plos One, Dec 2015
In fact, sequences for three major pest species (Haplothrips reuteri, Thrips palmi, Thrips tabaci), and one predatory thrips (Aeolothrips intermedius) showed deep intraspecific divergences, providing evidence that each is a cryptic species complex.
Cryptic eco-evolutionary dynamics.
Hendry et al., Montréal, Canada. In Ann N Y Acad Sci, Dec 2015
The goal of this review is to temper inclinations to unquestioningly seek the simplest explanations in ecology and evolution, by recognizing that some eco-evolutionary outcomes may appear very similar to purely ecological, purely evolutionary, or even null expectations, and thus be cryptic.
Cryptosporidium proliferans n. sp. (Apicomplexa: Cryptosporidiidae): Molecular and Biological Evidence of Cryptic Species within Gastric Cryptosporidium of Mammals.
McEvoy et al., České Budějovice, Czech Republic. In Plos One, Dec 2015
The morphological, biological, and molecular characteristics of Cryptosporidium muris strain TS03 are described, and the species name Cryptosporidium proliferans n. sp. is proposed.
Cryptic speciation in the Acari: a function of species lifestyles or our ability to separate species?
Kuczyński et al., Poznań, Poland. In Exp Appl Acarol, Oct 2015
One important source of currently hidden Acari diversity is cryptic speciation, which poses challenges to taxonomists documenting biodiversity assessment as well as to researchers in medicine and agriculture.
Crop Epigenomics: Identifying, Unlocking, and Harnessing Cryptic Variation in Crop Genomes.
Schmitz et al., Athens, United States. In Mol Plant, Jun 2015
DNA methylation is a key chromatin modification in plant genomes that is meiotically and mitotically heritable, and at times is associated with gene expression and morphological variation.
The devil is in the details: genetic variation in introduced populations and its contributions to invasion.
Gillette et al., Tucson, United States. In Mol Ecol, May 2015
(ii) Cryptic genetic variation exposed during invasion.
Cryptic function loss in animal populations.
O'Farrill et al., Bengaluru, India. In Trends Ecol Evol, Apr 2015
Cryptic function loss is potentially widespread and critically threatens ecosystem stability across the globe.
CD4+ T Cells Targeting Dominant and Cryptic Epitopes from Bacillus anthracis Lethal Factor.
Altmann et al., Baltimore, United States. In Front Microbiol, 2014
We analyzed the response to both cryptic and immunodominant T cell epitopes derived from the toxin component lethal factor and presented by a range of HLA-DR alleles.
Cryptic genetic variation: evolution's hidden substrate.
Rockman et al., New York City, United States. In Nat Rev Genet, 2014
Cryptic genetic variation (CGV) is invisible under normal conditions, but it can fuel evolution when circumstances change.
Cryptic variation in morphological evolution: HSP90 as a capacitor for loss of eyes in cavefish.
Tabin et al., Boston, United States. In Science, 2014
In the process of morphological evolution, the extent to which cryptic, preexisting variation provides a substrate for natural selection has been controversial.
Cryptic peroxisomal targeting via alternative splicing and stop codon read-through in fungi.
Bölker et al., Marburg an der Lahn, Germany. In Nature, 2012
We detected in these enzymes cryptic type 1 peroxisomal targeting signals (PTS1), which are activated by post-transcriptional processes.
Cryptic genetic variation promotes rapid evolutionary adaptation in an RNA enzyme.
Wagner et al., Zürich, Switzerland. In Nature, 2011
Cryptic variation is caused by the robustness of phenotypes to mutations.
CFC1 mutations in Chinese children with congenital heart disease.
Ma et al., In Int J Cardiol, 2011
CFC1 may be involved in the etiology of non-syndromic congenital heart disease in a Chinese population.
Functional redundancy of EGF-CFC genes in epiblast and extraembryonic patterning during early mouse embryogenesis.
Shen et al., New York City, United States. In Dev Biol, 2010
Functional redundancy of the Cfc1 gene in epiblast and extraembryonic patterning during early mouse embryogenesis is reported.
Cryptic sex-ratio bias provides indirect genetic benefits despite sexual conflict.
Calsbeek et al., United States. In Science, 2010
When selection favors sexual dimorphism, high-fitness parents often produce low-fitness progeny of the opposite sex.
Characterization of the glycosylphosphatidylinositol-anchor signal sequence of human Cryptic with a hydrophilic extension.
Salomon et al., Bethesda, United States. In Biochim Biophys Acta, 2008
Characterization of the glycosylphosphatidylinositol-anchor signal sequence of human Cryptic with a hydrophilic extension is reported.
GRP78 and Cripto form a complex at the cell surface and collaborate to inhibit transforming growth factor beta signaling and enhance cell growth.
Gray et al., Los Angeles, United States. In Mol Cell Biol, 2008
cells coexpressing GRP78 and Cripto grow much more rapidly in soft agar than do cells expressing either protein individually
CFC1 gene involvement in biliary atresia with polysplenia syndrome.
Jacquemin et al., France. In J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr, 2008
results suggest that heterozygous cryptic family 1 (CFC1) mutation may represent a genetic predisposition to biliary atresia splenic malformation syndrome
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