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Fetal and adult testis expressed 1

FATE
This gene encodes a cancer-testis antigen that is highly expressed in hepatocellular carcinomas and other tumors and weakly expressed in normal tissues except testis. The protein is strongly expressed in spermatogonia, primary spermatocytes, and Sertoli cells in seminiferous tubules. This protein may have a role in the control of early testicular differentiation and cell proliferation. [provided by RefSeq, Jan 2010] (from NCBI)
Top mentioned proteins: CAN, MEN, HAD, ACID, AGE
Papers on FATE
Anticipating the spatio-temporal response of plant diversity and vegetation structure to climate and land use change in a protected area.
Thuiller et al., Grenoble, France. In Ecography (cop.), 2015
Here we use a dynamic vegetation model called FATE-HD, which describes the dominant vegetation dynamics and associated functional diversity, in order to anticipate vegetation response to climate and land-use changes in both short and long-term perspectives.
MICRORNAs IN ER STRESS: DIVERGENT ROLES IN CELL FATE DECISIONS.
Malhi, Rochester, United States. In Curr Pathobiol Rep, 2014
The cell fate outcomes consequent to the activation of the unfolded protein response are binary, either cell survival or cell death.
A new metric for long-range transport potential of chemicals.
Suzuki et al., Tsukuba, Japan. In Environ Sci Technol, 2014
We calculated GIF and POV using our global 3D dynamic multimedia model (FATE).
Microvascular function predicts cardiovascular events in primary prevention: long-term results from the Firefighters and Their Endothelium (FATE) study.
Lonn et al., Calgary, Canada. In Circulation, 2011
BACKGROUND: Biomarkers of atherosclerosis may refine clinical decision making in individuals at risk of cardiovascular disease.
Switching on Flowers: Transient LEAFY Induction Reveals Novel Aspects of the Regulation of Reproductive Development in Arabidopsis.
Meyerowitz et al., Philadelphia, United States. In Front Plant Sci, 2010
DEVELOPMENTAL FATE DECISIONS IN CELL POPULATIONS FUNDAMENTALLY DEPEND ON AT LEAST TWO PARAMETERS: a signal that is perceived by the cell and the intrinsic ability of the cell to respond to the signal.
Male infertility and the involvement of the X chromosome.
Review
Lissens et al., Brussels, Belgium. In Hum Reprod Update, 2009
In the second part of the study, the results of mutation analyses of seven genes (AR, SOX3, USP26, NXF2, TAF7L, FATE and AKAP4) are described.
Polymorphisms in multiple genes are associated with resting heart rate in a stepwise allele-dependent manner.
Duff et al., Calgary, Canada. In Heart Rhythm, 2008
METHODS: A longitudinal cohort of 1468 individuals (active and retired middle-aged Canadian firefighters) who were enrolled in the Firefighters and Their Endothelium (FATE) study was evaluated.
The effect of iron status on vascular health.
Anderson et al., Calgary, Canada. In Vasc Med, 2006
Carotid intima-media thickness (CIMT) and brachial flow-mediated vasodilation (FMD) were assessed by high-resolution ultrasound in 907 male (47 +/- 10 years) participants enrolled in the Firefighters and their Endothelium (FATE) study.
Immunohistochemical analysis of the expression of FATE/BJ-HCC-2 antigen in normal and malignant tissues.
Chen et al., Beijing, China. In Lab Invest, 2005
In this study, we produced specific polyclonal antibody (pAb) to the recombinant FATE/BJ-HCC-2 protein and analyzed the FATE/BJ-HCC-2 antigen expression in normal and malignant tissues by the immunohistochemical approach.
Cross-sectional evaluation of brachial artery flow-mediated vasodilation and C-reactive protein in healthy individuals.
FATE Investigators et al., Toronto, Canada. In Eur Heart J, 2004
METHODS AND RESULTS: Brachial artery flow-mediated vasodilatation (FMD), CRP, and traditional cardiovascular risk factors were measured in the Firefighters and Their Endothelium (FATE) study, which recruited 1154 male participants (mean age 47.4+/-9.8
Mutational analysis of the human FATE gene in 144 infertile men.
GeneRIF
Tommerup et al., Copenhagen, Denmark. In Hum Genet, 2003
This study has shown that only 1.4% of infertile men have mutations in the FATE gene, and that some of these mutations do not singly cause infertility.
Right hemisphere contributions to the comprehension of low-imagery words.
Frew et al., Perth, Australia. In Laterality, 2001
Each hemisphere's access to semantic representations of low-imagery words was gauged by comparing responses to low-imagery targets preceded by associated low-imagery primes (e.g., BELIEF-IDEAL) with responses to the same targets when they were preceded by unrelated primes (e.g., FATE-IDEAL).
VACCINIA VIRUS DIRECTED RNA: ITS FATE IN THE PRESENCE OF ACTINOMYCIN.
Impact
SALZMAN et al., In Science, 1965
RNA similar in base composition to viral DNA is formed in the cytoplasm of HeLa cells infected with vaccinia virus.
THE INCORPORATION AND FATE OF H3-TYROSINE IN THE HAIR CORTEX OF RATS OBSERVED BY RADIOAUTOGRAPHY.
SIMS, In J Cell Biol, 1964
The incorporation of H(3)-tyrosine into the protein of the cells in the cortex of rat hair has been investigated by radioautography.
STUDIES ON THE MECHANISM OF IMMUNITY IN TUBERCULOSIS : THE FATE OF TUBERCLE BACILLI INGESTED BY MONONUCLEAR PHAGOCYTES DERIVED FROM NORMAL AND IMMUNIZED ANIMALS.
Collaboration of Peter Zappasodi et al., Philadelphia, United States. In J Exp Med, 1942
1. Mononuclear phagocytes of immunized animals that had ingested tubercle bacilli in vivo and had subsequently been transplanted and grown in the environment of a normal animal continue to inhibit the multiplication of the microorganism in their cytoplasm in the absence of immune body fluids.
THE FATE OF ANTIGEN (PROTEIN) IN AN ANIMAL IMMUNIZED AGAINST IT.
Opie, Philadelphia, United States. In J Exp Med, 1924
When proteins such as horse serum or crystalline egg albumin which have been selected because they produce the phenomena of immunity are introduced into a normal animal they diffuse widely in the tissue, enter the blood stream, and are disseminated throughout the body.
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