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Imprinted and ancient

iMpact, protein IMPACT
Top mentioned proteins: GCN2, ACID, CREB, ATF4, c-Myc
Papers on iMpact
Evidence that Yih1 resides in a complex with ribosomes.
Sattlegger et al., Auckland, New Zealand. In Febs J, 2012
The mammalian protein IMPACT, highly expressed in neurons, and its yeast orthologue yeast IMPACT homologue (Yih1) harbour an RWD domain with Gcn1-binding activity.
High expression of IMPACT protein promotes resistance to indoleamine 2,3-dioxygenase-induced cell death.
Ghahary et al., Vancouver, Canada. In J Cell Physiol, 2010
The aim of present study was to investigate whether the activity of general control non-derepressible-2(GCN2) kinase stress-responsive pathway and its known inhibitor, protein IMPACT homolog, in immune and skin cells are differentially regulated in response to IDO-induced low tryptophan environment.
Distribution of the protein IMPACT, an inhibitor of GCN2, in the mouse, rat, and marmoset brain.
Castilho et al., São Paulo, Brazil. In J Comp Neurol, 2008
IMPACT is an inhibitor of GCN2, a kinase that phosphorylates the alpha subunit of the translation initiation factor 2 (eIF2 alpha).
Site-dependent life-cycle analysis by the SAME approach: its concept usefulness, and application to the calculation of embodied impact intensity by means of an input-output analysis.
Suzuki et al., Tsukuba, Japan. In Environ Sci Technol, 2005
This approach defines an area-the Spatial Area of iMpact Equivalency (SAME)-within the boundaries of the geographical system during site-dependent life-cycle inventory (SDLCI) analysis and calculates an environmental output from a process for the SAMEs.
IMPACT, a protein preferentially expressed in the mouse brain, binds GCN1 and inhibits GCN2 activation.
Castilho et al., São Paulo, Brazil. In J Biol Chem, 2005
IMPACT ensures constant high levels of translation and low levels of CREB-2 and GADD53 in specific neuronal cells under amino acid starvation conditions.
An evolutionary scenario for genomic imprinting of Impact lying between nonimprinted neighbors.
Ito et al., Tokyo, Japan. In Dna Res, 2005
segmental duplication followed by enhancement of the promoter activity is responsible for the species-specific imprinting of Impact
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