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Zinc finger protein 33A

ZNF33A, ZNF11A, ZNF11, Zinc finger protein 11A, zinc finger protein 33a, ZZaPK, ZNF33
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Papers on ZNF33A
Identification of non-HLA target antigens recognized after lung transplantation.
van de Graaf et al., Utrecht, Netherlands. In J Heart Lung Transplant, 2006
Gene analysis indicated that they consisted of both polymorphic (PSMC4, F3, LOC284058, PLUNC, ZNF33A) and non-polymorphic (XP_931864) antigens.
Microarray analysis of transcription factor gene expression in melatonin-treated human peripheral blood mononuclear cells.
Baik et al., Seoul, South Korea. In J Pineal Res, 2006
Of the more than twofold downregulated genes, PHD finger protein 15 (PHF15) and zinc finger protein 33a (ZNF33A) were identified.
A novel zinc finger protein, ZZaPK, interacts with ZAK and stimulates the ZAK-expressing cells re-entering the cell cycle.
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Yang, T'ai-chung-shih, Taiwan. In Biochem Biophys Res Commun, 2003
Results suggest that ZAK might play a role as an upstream signal to suppress the ZZaPK function and decrease E2F expression.
Genomic sequence and transcriptional profile of the boundary between pericentromeric satellites and genes on human chromosome arm 10p.
Jackson et al., Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom. In Genome Res, 2003
By sequencing orthologs of the duplicated ZNF33 genes we have established that ZNF33A has diverged significantly at residues critical for DNA binding but ZNF33B has not, indicating that ZNF33B has remained constrained by selection for ancestral gene function.
[The influence of temperature on the protein expression of human lung cancer cell line A549].
Peng et al., Xiamen, China. In Shi Yan Sheng Wu Xue Bao, 2002
P1 matches with two proteins belong to the Aldo-keto reductase family, P2 may be a new protein and P3 is Zinc finger protein 11A.
Genomic sequence and transcriptional profile of the boundary between pericentromeric satellites and genes on human chromosome arm 10q.
Jackson et al., Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom. In Hum Mol Genet, 2000
Using computer-based analyses and RT-PCR we confirm the presence of three genes within the sequence, ZNF11/33B, KIAA0187 and RET, in addition to five transcripts of unknown structure.
Sequences flanking the centromere of human chromosome 10 are a complex patchwork of arm-specific sequences, stable duplications and unstable sequences with homologies to telomeric and other centromeric locations.
Archidiacono et al., Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom. In Hum Mol Genet, 1999
The larger proximal blocks, containing ZNF11A, ZNF33A and ZNF37A (10p11) and ZNF11B, ZNF33B and ZNF37B (10q11), are inverted.
A 9.75-Mb map across the centromere of human chromosome 10.
Lauffart et al., Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom. In Genomics, 1996
Markers linked to the centromere include the duplicated zinc finger genes ZNF11A, ZNF33A, and ZNF37A (which map to 10p11) and ZNF11B, ZNF33B, and ZNF37B (which map to 10q11.2).
Duplicated KOX zinc finger gene clusters flank the centromere of human chromosome 10: evidence for a pericentric inversion during primate evolution.
Ponder et al., Cambridge, United Kingdom. In Nucleic Acids Res, 1993
Genes from both clusters are expressed: cDNAs KOX2, KOX31 and KOX21 derive from ZNF11B, ZNF33A and ZNF37A, respectively.
A cluster of expressed zinc finger protein genes in the pericentromeric region of human chromosome 10.
Thiesen et al., Paris, France. In Genomics, 1992
Three members of the human zinc finger Kr├╝ppel family, ZNF11/KOX2, ZNF22/KOX15, and ZNF25/KOX19, have been regionally localized to the pericentromeric region of chromosome 10 by in situ chromosomal hybridization and somatic cell hybrid analysis.
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