Roles of Nebulin Family Members in the Heart.
Milano, Italy. In Circ J, 2014
The members of the nebulin protein family, including nebulin, nebulette, LASP-1, LASP-2, and N-RAP, contain various numbers of nebulin repeats and bind to actin, but are otherwise heterogeneous with regard to size, expression pattern, and function.
Profilin-1 overexpression in MDA-MB-231 breast cancer cells is associated with alterations in proteomics biomarkers of cell proliferation, survival, and motility as revealed by global proteomics analyses.
Armidale, Australia. In Omics, 2014
Using MDA-MB-231 as a model breast cancer cell line, we provide evidence that PFN1 overexpression is associated with alterations in the expression of proteins that have been functionally linked to cell proliferation (FKPB1A, HDGF, MIF, PRDX1, TXNRD1, LGALS1, STMN1, LASP1, S100A11, S100A6), survival (HSPE1, HSPB1, HSPD1, HSPA5 and PPIA, YWHAZ, CFL1, NME1) and motility (CFL1, CORO1B, PFN2, PLS3, FLNA, FLNB, NME2, ARHGDIB).
Lasp-1 regulates podosome function.
Münster, Germany. In Plos One, 2011
Data indicate that Lasp-1 is a novel component of podosomes and is involved in the regulation of podosomal function.
The Nebulin family: an actin support group.
Tucson, United States. In Trends Cell Biol, 2011
Nebulin, a giant, actin-binding protein, is the largest member of a family of proteins (including N-RAP, nebulette, lasp-1 and lasp-2) that are assembled in a variety of cytoskeletal structures, and expressed in different tissues.