DISC1-TSNAX and DAOA genes in major depression and citalopram efficacy.
Barcelona, Spain. In J Affect Disord, 2014
Among promising candidate genes, distrupted in schizophrenia 1 (DISC1), translin-associated factor X (TSNAX) and D-amino acid oxidase activator (DAOA) were suggested since their regulator role in neurodevelopment, neuroplasticity and neurotransmission, and previous evidence of cross-involvement in major psychiatric diseases.
Connecting cis-elements and trans-factors with mechanisms of developmental regulation of mRNA translation in meiotic and haploid mammalian spermatogenic cells.
Boston, United States. In Reproduction, 2013
As a result, the mechanisms involving well-studied mRNAs (Ddx4/Mvh, Prm1, Prm2, and Sycp3) and factors (DICER1, CPEB1, DAZL, DDX4/MVH, DDX25/GRTH, translin, and ELAV1/HuR) are incompletely understood.
Biological roles of translin and translin-associated factor-X: RNA metabolism comes to the fore.
Bangor, United Kingdom. In Biochem J, 2010
Translin, and its binding partner protein TRAX (translin-associated factor-X) are a paralogous pair of conserved proteins, which have been implicated in a broad spectrum of biological activities, including cell growth regulation, mRNA processing, spermatogenesis, neuronal development/function, genome stability regulation and carcinogenesis, although their precise role in some of these processes remains unclear.