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EF-hand domain family, member D2

SWS1, swiprosin-1
Top mentioned proteins: WAVE, ACID, CAN, Rh2, ROD
Papers on SWS1
Exome sequencing identifies potential novel candidate genes in patients with unexplained colorectal adenomatous polyposis.
Aretz et al., Bonn, Germany. In Fam Cancer, Feb 2016
Especially PIEZO1 (FAM38A) and ZSWIM7 (SWS1) warrant further exploration.
Euarchontan Opsin Variation brings New Focus to Primate Origins.
Dominy et al., Saint Louis, United States. In Mol Biol Evol, Feb 2016
For example, it is hypothesized that variable expression of short- (SWS1) and middle-to-long-wavelength sensitive (M/LWS) opsins, which confer color vision, can be used to infer ancestral activity patterns and therefore selective ecological pressures.
Multiple Genetic Mechanisms Contribute to Visual Sensitivity Variation in the Labridae.
Marshall et al., Brisbane, Australia. In Mol Biol Evol, Jan 2016
Three of the labrid species expressed SWS1 (ultra-violet sensitive) opsins with the majority expressing the violet-sensitive SWS2B gene and none expressing SWS2A.
Spectral shifts of mammalian ultraviolet-sensitive pigments (short wavelength-sensitive opsin 1) are associated with eye length and photic niche evolution.
Springer et al., Loma Linda, United States. In Proc Biol Sci, Dec 2015
Most mammals possess a short wavelength-sensitive opsin 1 (SWS1) pigment that is primarily sensitive to either ultraviolet or violet light, leading to variation in colour perception across species.
Adaptive evolutionary paths from UV reception to sensing violet light by epistatic interactions.
Starmer et al., Atlanta, United States. In Sci Adv, Sep 2015
UV and violet reception are mediated by the short wavelength-sensitive (SWS1) pigments that absorb light maximally (λmax) at ~360 nm and ~395 to 440 nm, respectively.
PCB1254 exposure contributes to the abnormalities of optomotor responses and influence of the photoreceptor cell development in zebrafish larvae.
Tong et al., Nanjing, China. In Ecotoxicol Environ Saf, Aug 2015
The mRNA expression of the CRX, RHO, SWS1, and SWS2 was assessed by the Quantitative Real-Time PCR.
Visual system evolution and the nature of the ancestral snake.
Gower et al., São Paulo, Brazil. In J Evol Biol, Jul 2015
In snakes, but not lizards, dedicated fossoriality (as in Scolecophidia and the alethinophidian Anilius scytale) corresponds with loss of all visual opsins other than RH1 (λmax 490-497 nm); all other snakes (including less dedicated burrowers) also have functional sws1 and lws opsin genes.
Spectral sensitivity of cone photoreceptors and opsin expression in two colour-divergent lineages of the lizard Ctenophorus decresii.
Knott et al., Melbourne, Australia. In J Exp Biol, Jun 2015
Through transcriptome analysis of opsin genes we found that both lineages express four cone opsin genes, including the SWS1 opsin with peak sensitivity in the UV range, and that amino acid sequences did not differ between lineages with the exception of a single leucine to valine substitution in the RH2 opsin.
Evolutionary and functional analysis of the invariant SWIM domain in the conserved Shu2/SWS1 protein family from Saccharomyces cerevisiae to Homo sapiens.
Bernstein et al., Pittsburgh, United States. In Genetics, Apr 2015
Shu2 belongs to the SWS1 protein family, which is characterized by its SWIM domain (CXC...Xn...CXH), a zinc-binding motif.
Functional characterisation of the chromatically antagonistic photosensitive mechanism of erythrophores in the tilapia Oreochromis niloticus.
Hawryshyn et al., Kingston, Canada. In J Exp Biol, Mar 2015
The action spectra curve suggested that two primary photopigments exert opposite effects on these light-driven processes: SWS1 (short-wavelength sensitive 1) for aggregations and RH2b (rhodopsin-like) for dispersions.
Spectral tuning in vertebrate short wavelength-sensitive 1 (SWS1) visual pigments: can wavelength sensitivity be inferred from sequence data?
Chang et al., Toronto, Canada. In J Exp Zool B Mol Dev Evol, 2014
The molecular mechanisms underlying the enormous diversity of visual pigment wavelength sensitivities found in nature have been the focus of many molecular evolutionary studies, with particular attention to the short wavelength-sensitive 1 (SWS1) visual pigments that mediate vision in the ultraviolet to violet range of the electromagnetic spectrum.
S cones: Evolution, retinal distribution, development, and spectral sensitivity.
Peichl et al., Perth, Australia. In Vis Neurosci, 2014
S cones expressing the short wavelength-sensitive type 1 (SWS1) class of visual pigment generally form only a minority type of cone photoreceptor within the vertebrate duplex retina.
Losses of functional opsin genes, short-wavelength cone photopigments, and color vision--a significant trend in the evolution of mammalian vision.
Jacobs, Santa Barbara, United States. In Vis Neurosci, 2013
All mammalian cone photopigments are derived from the operation of representatives from two opsin gene families (SWS1 and LWS in marsupial and eutherian mammals; SWS2 and LWS in monotremes), a process that produces cone pigments with respective peak sensitivities in the short and middle-to-long wavelengths.
[Current views on vision of mammals].
Khokhlova, In Zh Obshch Biol, 2012
Theria, except some primates, also have two cone visual pigments: SWS1 (ultraviolet/violet or blue-sensitive 1) and MWS/LWS along with rod RH1.
hSWS1·SWSAP1 is an evolutionarily conserved complex required for efficient homologous recombination repair.
Huang et al., Hangzhou, China. In J Biol Chem, 2012
the human Shu complex (hSWS1.SWSAP1) has an evolutionarily conserved function in homologous recombination
Proteome analysis of the thalamus and cerebrospinal fluid reveals glycolysis dysfunction and potential biomarkers candidates for schizophrenia.
Turck et al., München, Germany. In J Psychiatr Res, 2010
This protein has been found differentially expressed in thalami from patients with schizophrenia.
Swiprosin-1/EFhd2 controls B cell receptor signaling through the assembly of the B cell receptor, Syk, and phospholipase C gamma2 in membrane rafts.
Mielenz et al., Erlangen, Germany. In J Immunol, 2010
Swip-1 provides a membrane scaffold that is required for the Syk-, SLP-65-, and PLCgamma2-dependent BCR-induced calcium flux.
Swiprosin-1 is expressed in mast cells and up-regulated through the protein kinase C beta I/eta pathway.
Jun et al., Kwangju, South Korea. In J Cell Biochem, 2009
These results suggest that swiprosin-1 is a PKC-beta I/eta-inducible gene and it modulates mast cell activation through NF-kappaB-dependent pathway.
Prefrontal cortex shotgun proteome analysis reveals altered calcium homeostasis and immune system imbalance in schizophrenia.
Turck et al., São Paulo, Brazil. In Eur Arch Psychiatry Clin Neurosci, 2009
Using shotgun mass spectrometry, we found this protein differentially expressed in the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex from patients with schizophrenia.
Early evolution of vertebrate photoreception: lessons from lampreys and lungfishes.
Collin, Brisbane, Australia. In Integr Zool, 2009
Each receptor type also contains a different visual pigment (opsin gene); that is, LWS, SWS1, SWS2, RhA and RhB in G. australis and LWS, SWS1, SWS2, Rh1 and Rh2 in N. forsteri, all of which are expressed within the retina and are sensitive to different parts of the electromagnetic spectrum, providing the potential for pentachromatic and tetrachromatic color vision, respectively.
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