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Prune homolog

Prune
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Papers on Prune
Corset Usage for Gastrointestinal and Respiratory Problems in a Newborn with Prune Belly Syndrome.
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İskit et al., Adana, Turkey. In Indian J Pediatr, Feb 2016
UNASSIGNED: Prune Belly syndrome (PBS), comprises a triad of anomalies that include abdominal wall flaccidity, urologic anomalies and bilateral cryptorchidism in males.
Genes that Affect Brain Structure and Function Identified by Rare Variant Analyses of Mendelian Neurologic Disease.
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Lupski et al., Houston, United States. In Neuron, Dec 2015
Among the candidate genes identified, we found PRUNE, VARS, and DHX37 in multiple families and homozygous loss-of-function variants in AGBL2, SLC18A2, SMARCA1, UBQLN1, and CPLX1.
Health-related Quality of Life in Children With Prune-belly Syndrome and Their Caregivers.
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Kirsch et al., Atlanta, United States. In Urology, Nov 2015
OBJECTIVE: To compare health-related quality of life (HRQoL) in children with prune-belly syndrome (PBS) and their caregivers to healthy controls, as children and adolescents with PBS face numerous potential physical and psychosocial challenges.
Suspected Urine Leak in a Pediatric Renal Transplant Patient With Prune Belly Syndrome.
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Zhuang et al., Chengdu, China. In Clin Nucl Med, Nov 2015
UNASSIGNED: Patients with prune belly syndrome usually have tortuous ureters, which can cause difficulty in the interpretation of renal scan used to evaluate possible urine leak after renal transplant.
27 years of experience with the comprehensive surgical treatment of prune belly syndrome.
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Dénes et al., São Paulo, Brazil. In J Pediatr Urol, Oct 2015
INTRODUCTION: Prune belly syndrome (PBS) presents with three main features: abdominal wall flaccidity, urological abnormalities and cryptorchidism.
Impact and frequency of extra-genitourinary manifestations of prune belly syndrome.
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Baker et al., Dallas, United States. In J Pediatr Urol, Oct 2015
INTRODUCTION: Prune belly syndrome (PBS) extra-genitourinary (extra-GU) manifestations are serious comorbidities beyond the genitourinary (GU) anomalies of this disease.
Abdominoplasty in Prune Belly Syndrome.
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Srougi et al., São Paulo, Brazil. In J Pediatr Urol, Oct 2015
INTRODUCTION: Many patients with Prune Belly Syndrome (PBS) require abdominoplasty alone or in combination with correction of any urogenital abnormalities.
Prune-belly syndrome: case series and review of the literature regarding early prenatal diagnosis, epidemiology, genetic factors, treatment, and prognosis.
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Bonasoni et al., Reggio nell'Emilia, Italy. In Fetal Pediatr Pathol, 2013
Prune-belly syndrome (PBS) is a rare congenital syndrome characterized by deficient abdominal muscles, urinary tract malformation, and in males, cryptorchidism and has an estimated incidence of 1 in 35,000 to 1 in 50,000 live births.
Ilarviruses of Prunus spp.: a continued concern for fruit trees.
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Sanchez-Navarro et al., Valencia, Spain. In Phytopathology, 2012
Four ilarviruses, Prunus necrotic ringspot virus, Prune dwarf virus, Apple mosaic virus, and American plum line pattern virus, are pathogens of the main cultivated fruit trees.
Megacystis-microcolon-intestinal hypoperistalsis syndrome associated with prune belly syndrome: a case report.
Siddappa et al., Bengaluru, India. In J Neonatal Surg, 2012
We present a case of a rare association of a male neonate with Megacystis Microcolon Intestinal Hypoperistalsis Syndrome who in addition had the classical triad of Prune Belly Syndrome and thus suggest a possibility of different spectrums with a common pathogenesis.
Prune belly syndrome.
Review
Holland et al., Sydney, Australia. In Pediatr Surg Int, 2012
The majority of paediatric surgeons will encounter a patient with prune belly syndrome (PBS) only a few times in their clinical practice.
Prenatal diagnosis of prune-belly syndrome at 13 weeks of gestation: case report and review of literature.
Review
Antsaklis et al., Athens, Greece. In J Matern Fetal Neonatal Med, 2010
We present a case report of a foetus with Prune-Belly syndrome (PBS) which was diagnosed sonographically during the 13th week of gestation and review of the literature.
Molecular alterations in key-regulator genes among patients with T4 breast carcinoma.
GeneRIF
Palmieri et al., Cagliari, Italy. In Bmc Cancer, 2009
Increased amplification of PRUNE is associated with T4 breast carcinoma.
The Nm23-H1-h-Prune complex in cellular physiology: a 'tip of the iceberg' protein network perspective.
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Zollo et al., Napoli, Italy. In Mol Cell Biochem, 2009
Nm23-H1 (also known as NDPKA) and h-Prune form a protein complex that is part of a little-understood protein network.
Domain mapping on the human metastasis regulator protein h-Prune reveals a C-terminal dimerization domain.
GeneRIF
Steegborn et al., Bochum, Germany. In Biochem J, 2007
Prune is composed of two independent active sites and two interaction sites for the assembly of oligomeric signalling complexes
Glycogen synthase kinase 3 and h-prune regulate cell migration by modulating focal adhesions.
GeneRIF
Kikuchi et al., Hiroshima, Japan. In Mol Cell Biol, 2006
GSK-3 and h-prune cooperatively regulate the disassembly of focal adhesions to promote cell migration and that h-prune is useful as a marker for tumor aggressiveness.
Overexpression of h-prune in breast cancer is correlated with advanced disease status.
GeneRIF
Palmieri et al., Napoli, Italy. In Clin Cancer Res, 2005
prune has a role in breast neoplasm aggressiveness
Prune cAMP phosphodiesterase binds nm23-H1 and promotes cancer metastasis.
Impact
Zollo et al., Napoli, Italy. In Cancer Cell, 2004
We show that human prune (h-prune), a phosphoesterase DHH family appertaining protein, has a hitherto unrecognized cyclic nucleotide phosphodiesterase activity effectively suppressed by dipyridamole, a phosphodiesterase inhibitor.
Prune-belly syndrome in a 54-year-old man.
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Lee, In Jama, 1977
A 54-year-old man was diagnosed as having prune-belly syndrome, a deficiency of abdominal musculature, cryptorchidism, abnormalities of the urinary tract, and chronic renal failure.
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