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Transgelin 3

neuronal protein 22, NP25, NP22, neuronal protein NP25
human homolog mRNA has increased expression in the superior frontal cortex of alcoholics; may interact with cytoskeletal elements in the brain [RGD, Feb 2006] (from NCBI)
Top mentioned proteins: SM22alpha, ACID, Actin, Serum albumin, fibrillin-1
Papers on neuronal protein 22
Viral genome RNA degradation by sequence-selective, nucleic-acid hydrolyzing antibody inhibits the replication of influenza H9N2 virus without significant cytotoxicity to host cells.
Kim et al., Suwŏn, South Korea. In Antiviral Res, 2012
We isolated a 3D8 VL variant, NP25, that had ∼15-fold higher affinity (∼54nM) and ∼3-fold greater selective hydrolyzing activity for the target substrate than for off targets.
A function for the calponin family member NP25 in neurite outgrowth.
Rohrer et al., Frankfurt am Main, Germany. In Dev Biol, 2008
The neuronal protein 25 (NP25), a member of the calponin (CaP) protein family, has previously been identified as neuron-specific protein in the adult rat brain.
Expression, immunolocalization and serodiagnostic value of a myophilin-like protein from Schistosoma japonicum.
Zhang et al., Shanghai, China. In Exp Parasitol, 2008
The deduced amino acid sequences of the Sj myophilin-like protein showed significant homology to myophilin, calponin, Np22 and Mp20.
Neuronal protein 22 colocalises with both the microtubule and microfilament cytoskeleton in neurite-like processes.
Wilce et al., Brisbane, Australia. In Brain Res, 2007
The expression of human neuronal protein 22 (hNP22) is up-regulated in the superior frontal cortex of chronic alcoholics.
Proteomic analysis of rat hippocampus and frontal cortex after chronic treatment with fluoxetine or putative novel antidepressants: CRF1 and NK1 receptor antagonists.
Domenici et al., Verona, Italy. In Eur Neuropsychopharmacol, 2006
Fluoxetine treatment increased ERK2 and NP25 and decreased vacuolar ATP synthase.
Exercise affects energy metabolism and neural plasticity-related proteins in the hippocampus as revealed by proteomic analysis.
Gomez-Pinilla et al., Los Angeles, United States. In Eur J Neurosci, 2006
Specifically, we found increases in fructose-bisphosphate aldolase C, phosphoglycerate kinase 1, mitochondrial ATP synthase, ubiquitous mitochondrial creatine kinase and glutamate dehydrogenase 1. Exercise also up-regulated specific synaptic-plasticity-related proteins, the cytoskeletal protein alpha-internexin and molecular chaperones (chaperonin-containing TCP-1, neuronal protein 22, heat shock 60-kDa protein 1 and heat shock protein 8).
The novel cytoskeleton-associated protein Neuronal protein 22: elevated expression in the developing rat brain.
Wilce et al., Brisbane, Australia. In Brain Res, 2006
NP22 may play a role in mediating the molecular events governing development of the neuronal architecture. Furthermore, its sustained expression in postnatal brain implies a function in the maintenance of neuronal morphology.
Changes in neuronal protein 22 expression and cytoskeletal association in the alcohol-dependent and withdrawn rat brain.
Wilce et al., Australia. In J Neurosci Res, 2005
The human NP22 (hNP22) gene was revealed by its elevated expression in the frontal cortex of the human alcoholic.
Expression of human neuronal protein 22, a novel cytoskeleton-associated protein, was decreased in the anterior cingulate cortex of schizophrenia.
Matsumoto et al., Fukushima, Japan. In Neurosci Lett, 2005
Altered expression of hNP22 may be associated with modifications in neuronal cytoarchitecture leading to dysregulation of neural signal transduction in the anterior cingulate cortex of the schizophrenia brain.
Neuronal protein NP25 interacts with F-actin.
Sakai et al., Gifu, Japan. In Neurosci Res, 2004
Neuronal protein NP25 is a neuron-specific protein present in highly differentiated neural cells, but its functional properties have not been well characterized.
Expression of hNP22 is altered in the frontal cortex and hippocampus of the alcoholic human brain.
Wilce et al., Brisbane, Australia. In Alcohol Clin Exp Res, 2003
Western blots revealed a significant increase in hNP22 protein levels in the frontal cortex but not the motor cortex of alcoholic cases.
Swimming of pregnant rats at different water temperatures.
Piçarro et al., São Paulo, Brazil. In Comp Biochem Physiol A Mol Integr Physiol, 2003
P and NP were subdivided into three subgroups according to water temperature during exercise (P22 and NP22; P35 and NP35; P40 and NP40).
SM22beta encodes a lineage-restricted cytoskeletal protein with a unique developmentally regulated pattern of expression.
Parmacek et al., Philadelphia, United States. In Mech Dev, 2002
SM22beta shares high-grade sequence identity with the smooth muscle cell (SMC)-specific protein, SM22alpha, the neuron-specific protein, NP25, and the Drosophila melanogaster flight muscle-specific protein, mp20.
Molecular cloning and characterization of hNP22: a gene up-regulated in human alcoholic brain.
Wilce et al., Brisbane, Australia. In J Neurochem, 2001
The gene was named hNP22 (human neuronal protein 22).
Expression profiles of proteins in fetal brain with Down syndrome.
Lubec et al., Vienna, Austria. In J Neural Transm Suppl, 2000
The other 8 proteins (WD repeat protein 1, novel protein highly similar to septin 2 homolog, septin 5, septin 2, DJ37E16.5 (novel protein similar to nitrophenylphosphatases from various organism), hypothetical 30.2 kDa protein, neuronal protein NP25, and DC7 protein (vacuolar sorting protein 29)) were comparable between controls and DS but could be identified in fetal and DS cortex, thus proposing them as tentative brain proteins.
The identification of NP25: a novel protein that is differentially expressed by neuronal subpopulations.
Liew et al., Toronto, Canada. In Brain Res Mol Brain Res, 1994
The sequence of the NP25 cDNA reveals a single open reading frame that encodes a primary translation product of 206 amino acids.
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