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D4, zinc and double PHD fingers family 1

DPF-1, neuro-d4, BAF45b, Neud4
neurospecific gene that is developmentally regulated [RGD, Feb 2006] (from NCBI)
Top mentioned proteins: Requiem, Cer, UBI, ACID, SWI
Papers on DPF-1
Staufen1-mediated mRNA decay induces Requiem mRNA decay through binding of Staufen1 to the Requiem 3'UTR.
Kim et al., Seoul, South Korea. In Nucleic Acids Res, 2014
Requiem (REQ/DPF2) was originally identified as an apoptosis-inducing protein in mouse myeloid cells and belongs to the novel Kr├╝ppel-type zinc finger d4-protein family of proteins, which includes neuro-d4 (DPF1) and cer-d4 (DPF3).
[D4 family genes in vertebrates: genomic organization and expression].
Review
Simonova et al., In Ontogenez, 2013
Two of those, neuro-d4 and cer-d4, are strictly neurospecific and their expression is developmentally regulated.
MicroRNA-mediated conversion of human fibroblasts to neurons.
Impact
Crabtree et al., Stanford, United States. In Nature, 2011
After mitotic exit, BAF53a is replaced by BAF53b, and BAF45a by BAF45b and BAF45c, which are then incorporated into neuron-specific (n)BAF complexes essential for post-mitotic functions.
MicroRNA-mediated switching of chromatin-remodelling complexes in neural development.
Impact
Crabtree et al., Stanford, United States. In Nature, 2009
This switch involves the exchange of the BAF53a (also known as ACTL6a) and BAF45a (PHF10) subunits within Swi/Snf-like neural-progenitor-specific BAF (npBAF) complexes for the homologous BAF53b (ACTL6b) and BAF45b (DPF1) subunits within neuron-specific BAF (nBAF) complexes in post-mitotic neurons.
An essential switch in subunit composition of a chromatin remodeling complex during neural development.
Crabtree et al., Stanford, United States. In Neuron, 2007
As neural progenitors exit the cell cycle, these subunits are replaced by the homologous BAF45b, BAF45c, and BAF53b.
[Localization of EGFP-DPF-1 expressed and secreted by HeLa cells in oocytes].
Tso et al., Shanghai, China. In Shi Yan Sheng Wu Xue Bao, 2003
The eukaryotic expression plasmid pEGFP-N1/DPF-1 was constructed through fusing rabbit oviduct-specific glycoprotein (DPF-1) gene to the 5' terminus of eGFP gene.
Expression pattern of dd4, a sole member of the d4 family of transcription factors in Drosophila melanogaster.
Buchman et al., Moscow, Russia. In Mech Dev, 2002
One member of the family, ubi-d4/requiem is ubiquitously expressed gene and two other, neuro-d4 and cer-d4, are expressed predominantly in the neural tissues (Nucleic Acids Res.
Cerd4, third member of the d4 gene family: expression and organization of genomic locus.
Buchman et al., Edinburgh, United Kingdom. In Mamm Genome, 2001
Two members of the d4 family of presumptive transcription modulators, neuro-d4 (Neud4) and ubi-d4/Requiem (Req), have been characterized previously.
[Genomic organization of the murine neuro-d4 gene].
Korochkin et al., Moscow, Russia. In Genetika, 2000
As the first step toward obtaining the null mutation or knock out of the neuro-d4 gene, we isolated phages containing fragments of the gene from a mouse genomic library.
[Cloning and identification of recombinant cDNA to a rabbit oviductin "DPF-1"].
Tso et al., Shanghai, China. In Shi Yan Sheng Wu Xue Bao, 1996
A recombinant cDNA library to polyA + RNA isolated from rabbit oviduct epithelial cells was constructed, and screened with a polyclonal antibody against DPF-1 (64 kDa).
[Preliminary studies on the rabbit oviductin "DPF-1"].
Tso et al., Shanghai, China. In Shi Yan Sheng Wu Xue Bao, 1996
Anti-rabbit 64 kDa oviductin (named Development Promoting Factor-1, DPF-1) antibody could inhibit totally the early development of mouse fertilised eggs cultured in the conditioned medium derived from the rabbit oviduct mucosa epithelial cells, revealed that DPF-1 synthesized and secreted from rabbit oviduct mucosa has a function to overcome the developmental block of early mouse embryos.
The d4 gene family in the human genome.
Buchman et al., Moscow, Russia. In Genomics, 1996
The d4 domain, a novel zinc finger-like structural motif, was first revealed in the rat neuro-d4 protein.
Differential splicing creates a diversity of transcripts from a neurospecific developmentally regulated gene encoding a protein with new zinc-finger motifs.
Georgiev et al., Moscow, Russia. In Nucleic Acids Res, 1992
We have cloned a novel neurospecific gene, named neuro-d4, by differential screening a rat cerebral cortex cDNA library.
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