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Parvin, gamma

Members of the parvin family, including PARVG, are actin-binding proteins associated with focal contacts.[supplied by OMIM, Aug 2004] (from NCBI)
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Papers on PARVG
PARVG gene polymorphism and operational renal allograft tolerance.
Brouard et al., Nantes, France. In Transplant Proc, 2012
Among the genes demonstrating expression difference between TOL compared with CR&STA patients, PARVG, which is a member of a family of actin-binding proteins associated with focal contacts, stands out with 2 SNPs, (rs139144 and rs5764592) explaining about 20% of the gene expression variability.
CpG island methylation profiling in human salivary gland adenoid cystic carcinoma.
El-Naggar et al., Jackson, United States. In Cancer, 2011
Hypomethylation was identified in CpG islands near FBXO17, PHKG1, LOXL1, DOCK1, and PARVG.
The gamma-parvin-integrin-linked kinase complex is critically involved in leukocyte-substrate interaction.
Ishigatsubo et al., Yokohama, Japan. In J Immunol, 2006
integrin-linked kinase-gamma-parvin complex is critically involved in the initial integrin signaling for leukocyte migration
No evidence of INI1hSNF5 (SMARCB1) and PARVG point mutations in oligodendroglial neoplasms.
Rey et al., Madrid, Spain. In Cancer Genet Cytogenet, 2005
INI1hSNF5 and PARVG do not seem to be the tumor suppressor genes involved in oligodendroglioma development and progression
Evaluation of PARVG located on 22q13 as a candidate tumor suppressor gene for colorectal and breast cancer.
Piqué et al., Barcelona, Spain. In Cancer Genet Cytogenet, 2003
We performed mutation analysis of the PARVG gene, one of the genes present on the 22q13 region of interest, which has been previously demonstrated to have a reduced expression in some cancer cell lines.
Genomic organization and expression profile of the parvin family of focal adhesion proteins in mice and humans.
Noegel et al., Köln, Germany. In Gene, 2001
Mammalian parvins are likely to have arisen late in evolution from gene duplication as they share a remarkably similar exon/intron organization.
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