Exploration of salivary proteins in buffalo: an approach to find marker proteins for estrus.
Tiruchchirāppalli, India. In Faseb J, 2014
On the whole, 37 proteins are exclusively expressed in the estrus phase, which include β-enolase, Toll-like receptor (TLR) 4, clusterin, lactoperoxidase, serotransferrin, TGM3, UBA6, and transducin.
Distinctive RNA expression profiles in blood associated with Alzheimer disease after accounting for white matter hyperintensities.
Beijing, China. In Alzheimer Dis Assoc Disord, 2014
Regulated blood genes included MMP9, MME (Neprilysin), TGFβ1, CA4, OCLN, ATM, TGM3, IGFR2, NOV, RNF213, BMX, LRRN1, CAMK2G, INSR, CTSD, SORCS1, SORL1, and TANC2.
Celiac disease as an autoimmune condition.
Cluj-Napoca / Kolozsvár, Romania. In Cent Eur J Immunol, 2013
Immune reactivity to tissue transglutaminase targeted autoantibodies and other autoantigens, including transglutaminase 3, actin, ganglioside, collagen, calreticulin or zonulin which have been reported in the celiac disease.
Potential therapeutic targets for oral cancer: ADM, TP53, EGFR, LYN, CTLA4, SKIL, CTGF, CD70.
Gwalior, India. In Plos One, 2013
In all, 2365 genes were detected to be differentially expressed genes, which includes some of the highly differentially expressed genes like matrix metalloproteinases (MMP-1/3/10/13), chemokine (C-X-C motif) ligands (IL8, CXCL-10/-11), PTHLH, SERPINE1, NELL2, S100A7A, MAL, CRNN, TGM3, CLCA4, keratins (KRT-3/4/13/76/78), SERPINB11 and serine peptidase inhibitors (SPINK-5/7).
Recent advances in dermatitis herpetiformis.
Kōchi, Japan. In Clin Dev Immunol, 2011
Recent studies have demonstrated that IgA and antibodies against epidermal transglutaminase 3 play an important role in the pathogenesis of dermatitis herpetiformis.
Autoantibodies in celiac disease.
New York City, United States. In Autoimmunity, 2008
Immune reactivity to other autoantigens, including transglutaminase 3, actin, ganglioside, collagen, calreticulin and zonulin, among others, has also been reported in celiac disease.
The emerging structural understanding of transglutaminase 3.
Bethesda, United States. In J Struct Biol, 2004
Transglutaminases (TGase; protein-glutamine: amine gamma-glutamyl-transferase) are a family of calcium-dependent acyl-transfer enzymes ubiquitously expressed in mammalian cells and responsible for catalyzing covalent cross-links between proteins or peptides.