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TGFBI transforming growth factor, beta-induced, 68kDa

MP70, TM9SF1, MP78
Top mentioned proteins: GAP, CAE, fibrillin-1, HAD, ACID
Papers on MP70
Proteomic identification of differentially expressed proteins in vascular wall of patients with ruptured intracranial aneurysms.
New
Wang et al., Weifang, China. In Atherosclerosis, Feb 2015
Azurocidin-1 (AZU1, a known antimicrobial) and Transmembrane 9 superfamily member 1 (TM9SF1, a novel autophagy-related protein) were 8.0 and 8.6 fold up-regulated, respectively, in IA, while Sorbin and SH3 domain-containing protein 2 (SORBS2), involved in signaling complex assembly, was 12.1 fold down-regulated.
University of Queensland vital signs dataset: development of an accessible repository of anesthesia patient monitoring data for research.
Jenkins et al., Brisbane, Australia. In Anesth Analg, 2012
Software was developed to capture, time synchronize, and interpolate vital signs data from Philips IntelliVue MP70 and MP30 patient monitors and Datex-Ohmeda Aestiva/5 anesthesia machines into 10 millisecond resolution samples.
Identification of common differentially expressed genes in urinary bladder cancer.
Spandidos et al., Greece. In Plos One, 2010
Combination of samples from all microarray platforms revealed 17 common DE genes, (BMP4, CRYGD, DBH, GJB1, KRT83, MPZ, NHLH1, TACR3, ACTC1, MFAP4, SPARCL1, TAGLN, TPM2, CDC20, LHCGR, TM9SF1 and HCCS) 4 of which participate in numerous pathways.
Comparative analysis of nonaspanin protein sequences and expression studies in zebrafish.
Chluba et al., Dijon, France. In Immunogenetics, 2010
This family is highly conserved through evolution and comprises three members in Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Dictyostelium discoideum, and Drosophila melanogaster, and four members are reported in mammals (TM9SF1-TM9SF4).
Monitoring with head-mounted displays in general anesthesia: a clinical evaluation in the operating room.
Russell et al., Brisbane, Australia. In Anesth Analg, 2010
Each anesthesiologist performed 6 cases alternating between standard monitoring using a Philips IntelliVue MP70 and standard monitoring plus a Microvision Nomad ND2000 HMD.
High-throughput functional screening for autophagy-related genes and identification of TM9SF1 as an autophagosome-inducing gene.
GeneRIF
Ma et al., Beijing, China. In Autophagy, 2009
The results of transmission electron microscopy and immunoblotting to examine LC3-II levels further confirmed the ability of TM9SF1 to induce autophagy.
TM9SF4 is required for Drosophila cellular immunity via cell adhesion and phagocytosis.
Fauvarque et al., Grenoble, France. In J Cell Sci, 2008
This evolutionarily conserved family comprises three members in Dictyostelium discoideum (Phg1A, Phg1B and Phg1C) and Drosophila melanogaster, and four in mammals (TM9SF1-TM9SF4), the function of which is essentially unknown.
Serial induction of mutations by ethylnitrosourea in PC12 cells: a new model for a phenotypical characterization of the neurotoxic response to 6-hydroxydopamine.
Piontek et al., München, Germany. In J Neurosci Methods, 2004
The applicability of this approach could be demonstrated by the identification of the rat TM9SF1 gene coding for a transmembrane protein of the nonaspanin superfamily as a regulated gene in PC12 clones resistant against 6-OHDA.
A model of FAS1 domain 4 of the corneal protein beta(ig)-h3 gives a clearer view on corneal dystrophies.
Hohenester et al., London, United Kingdom. In Mol Vis, 2003
A number of these dystrophies have been linked to mutations in the 5q31-linked gene product beta(ig)-h3 (TGFBIP, kerato-epithelin, MP78/70, RGD-CAP) although the mechanism by which the mutations cause disease remains unknown.
Characterization of a mutation in the lens-specific MP70 encoding gene of the mouse leading to a dominant cataract.
Hrabé de Angelis et al., Germany. In Exp Eye Res, 2001
This mutation results in Val-->Ala substitution at codon 64 of connexin50 (Cx50) also known as lens membrane protein 70 (MP70).
Expression of fibrillins and other microfibril-associated proteins in human bone and osteoblast-like cells.
Findlay et al., Adelaide, Australia. In Bone, 2000
Analysis of RNA extracted from cancellous bone showed expression of mRNAs encoding fibrillin-1 and -2, MAGP-1 and -2, LTBP-2, and MP78/70 (Big-h3).
Gap junctions containing alpha8-connexin (MP70) in the adult mammalian lens epithelium suggests a re-evaluation of its role in the lens.
Quinlan et al., Dundee, United Kingdom. In Exp Eye Res, 1999
For this study, the distribution of gap junctions in the adult bovine lens has been investigated by confocal immunofluorescence microscopy using antibodies against alpha8-connexin (MP70) and alpha1-connexin (Cx43).
A mutation in the connexin 50 (Cx50) gene is a candidate for the No2 mouse cataract.
Church et al., Atlanta, United States. In Curr Eye Res, 1998
The Cx50 (MP70) protein coding region and flanking sequences were amplified from normal parental as well as heterozygous and homozygous mutant genomic DNAs.
Regional mapping of the human MP70 (Cx50; connexin 50) gene by fluorescence in situ hybridization to 1q21.1.
Bateman et al., Denver, United States. In Mol Vis, 1998
As part of a long-term effort to establish the relationship between lens gap junction proteins, normal lens development, and cataractogenesis, we report here the regional localization of the human MP70 (Connexin 50) gene.
Homologies between gap junction proteins in lens, heart and liver.
Impact
Bullivant et al., Auckland, New Zealand. In Nature, 1988
Another lens membrane protein with Mr 70K (MP70) has also been localized in the lens fibre gap junctions.
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