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Transmembrane emp24 protein transport domain containing 3

p24B, transmembrane emp24 domain containing 3, C15ORF22
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Papers on p24B
Lack of acute phase response in the livers of mice exposed to diesel exhaust particles or carbon black by inhalation.
Wallin et al., Copenhagen, Denmark. In Part Fibre Toxicol, 2008
The mRNA expression of three of the genes (serine (or cysteine) proteinase inhibitor, clade A, member 3C, apolipoprotein E and transmembrane emp24 domain containing 3) responded to both exposures.
Evaluation of recombinant proteins of Neospora caninum as vaccine candidates (in a mouse model).
Reichel et al., Australia. In Vaccine, 2008
In this study we have used an immunisation/challenge model of transplacental transmission, based on the Qs mouse with an Nc-Liverpool challenge, to investigate the vaccine potential of a number of formulations based on four recombinant proteins of N. caninum (GRA1, GRA2, MIC10, and p24B).
Fine mapping of the keratoconus with cataract locus on chromosome 15q and candidate gene analysis.
Hughes et al., Belfast, United Kingdom. In Mol Vis, 2005
Positional candidate genes (MORF4L1, KIAA1055, ETFA, AWP1, REC14, KIAA1199, RCN2, FAH, IDH3A, MTHFS, ADAMTS7, MAN2C1, PTPN9, KIAA1024, ARNT2, BCL2A1, ISL2, C15ORF22 (P24B), DNAJA4, FLJ14594, CIB2 (KIP2), C15ORF5, and PSMA4) prioritized on the basis of ocular expression and probable function were screened by PCR-based DNA sequencing methods.
Gag-derived proteins of HIV-1 isolates from Indian patients: cloning, expression, and purification of p24 of B- and C-subtypes.
Chaudhary et al., New Delhi, India. In Protein Expr Purif, 2000
DNA-encoding p24B protein was amplified directly by two-step PCR using genomic DNA obtained from PBMLs of an HIV-infected individual.
Effects of fixation and paraffin embedding on the immunohistological detection of cell-associated HIV-1 by different monoclonal antibodies.
Anderson et al., Boston, United States. In J Histochem Cytochem, 1995
This study evaluates a panel of monoclonal antibodies (MAbs) to HIV-1 antigens (DuPont anti-gp120, gp41, p24; Olympus anti-gp120/160, gp41, p24A, p24B, p55, p18A, p18B, reverse transcriptase) for their ability to detect the virus in tissues after exposure to various fixatives (100% acetone, 10% formaldehyde, 2.5% glutaraldehyde, 4% paraformaldehyde/1% glutaraldehyde, Bouin's fluid) and after paraffin embedding.
Synthesis and immunological characterization of a 134-mer synthetic peptide corresponding to the N-terminal half of the HIV-1 nucleoprotein, p24.
Klein et al., Canada. In Int J Pept Protein Res, 1993
Furthermore, murine T-cell lines generated against the 134-mer peptide were found to respond to two short peptides, P24B (residues 195-215) and P24D1 (residues 268-279).
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