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Zinc finger protein 91

The ZNF91 gene encodes a zinc finger protein of the KRAB (Kruppel-associated box) subfamily (Bellefroid et al., 1991, 1993 [PubMed 2023909] [PubMed 8467795]).[supplied by OMIM, May 2010] (from NCBI)
Top mentioned proteins: p13, ZFP, CAN, ZNF, SET
Papers on ZNF91
Effects of panaxadiol saponins component as a new Chinese patent medicine on proliferation, differentiation and corresponding gene expression profile of megakaryocytes.
Yin et al., Hangzhou, China. In Chin J Integr Med, Jan 2016
The protein expression levels of ZNF91, c-Fos, BTF3a, GATA-1, RGS2, NDRG2 and RUNX1 were increased with western blot in correspond to microarray results.
An evolutionary arms race between KRAB zinc-finger genes ZNF91/93 and SVA/L1 retrotransposons.
Haussler et al., Santa Cruz, United States. In Nature, 2015
ZNF91 underwent a series of structural changes 8-12 million years ago that enabled it to repress SVA elements.
Expanded identification and characterization of mammalian circular RNAs.
Bartel et al., In Genome Biol, 2013
The previously proposed miR-7 sponge, CDR1as, is one of only two circRNAs with more miRNA sites than expected by chance, with the next best miRNA-sponge candidate deriving from a gene encoding a primate-specific zinc-finger protein, ZNF91.
Array-CGH analysis of microdissected chromosome 19 markers in ovarian carcinoma identifies candidate target genes.
Heim et al., Oslo, Norway. In Genes Chromosomes Cancer, 2010
None of these genes is known to be involved in human neoplasia (the only exception is the ZNF91, which is found highly expressed in seminomas) but their frequent gain in the examined tumors makes all of them candidates for a pathogenetic role in ovarian carcinogenesis.
Evolutionary expansion and divergence in the ZNF91 subfamily of primate-specific zinc finger genes.
Stubbs et al., Livermore, United States. In Genome Res, 2006
One particular subfamily of KRAB-ZNF genes, including ZNF91, has expanded specifically in primates to comprise more than 110 loci in the human genome.
A web-accessible complete transcriptome of normal human and DMD muscle.
Hoffman et al., Washington, D.C., United States. In Neuromuscul Disord, 2002
We found two Y-linked genes expressed solely in male muscle (RPS4Y, DDX3Y), and two autosomal genes expressed much more highly in female muscle (GRO2, ZNF91) (all comparisons P<0.01).
Characterization of the human Fc gamma RIIB gene promoter: human zinc-finger proteins (ZNF140 and ZNF91) that bind to different regions function as transcription repressors.
Taniyama et al., Tokyo, Japan. In Int Immunol, 2001
By using GGGAGGAGC and AATTTGTTTGCC as bait sequences, we cloned two zinc-finger proteins (ZNF140 and ZNF91) that bind to the F2-3 and F4-3 regions within the promoter of the human Fc gamma RIIB gene respectively.
Molecular cloning and preliminary functional analysis of two novel human KRAB zinc finger proteins, HKr18 and HKr19.
Hellman et al., Uppsala, Sweden. In Dna Cell Biol, 2001
The HKr19 protein is a member of the large ZNF91 subfamily of KRAB zinc finger genes.
Protein-free parallel triple-stranded DNA complex formation.
Arndt-Jovin et al., Moscow, Russia. In Nucleic Acids Res, 2001
A 14 nt DNA sequence 5'-AGAATGTGGCAAAG-3' from the zinc finger repeat of the human KRAB zinc finger protein gene ZNF91 bearing the intercalator 2-methoxy,6-chloro,9-amino acridine (Acr) attached to the sugar-phosphate backbone in various positions has been shown to form a specific triple helix (triplex) with a 16 bp hairpin (intramolecular) or a two-stranded (intermolecular) duplex having the identical sequence in the same (parallel) orientation.
Functional analysis of ZNF85 KRAB zinc finger protein, a member of the highly homologous ZNF91 family.
Martial et al., Liège, Belgium. In Dna Cell Biol, 1998
We previously identified the ZNF85 (HPF4) KRAB zinc finger gene, a member of the human ZNF91 family.
Complex beta-satellite repeat structures and the expansion of the zinc finger gene cluster in 19p12.
Mohrenweiser et al., Livermore, United States. In Genome Res, 1998
Using ZNF91 exon-specific probes to interrogate a detailed EcoRI restriction map of the region, ZNF genes were found to be distributed in a head-to-tail fashion throughout the region with an average density of one ZNF duplicon every 150-180 kb of genomic distance.
Kzf1 - a novel KRAB zinc finger protein encoding gene expressed during rat spermatogenesis.
Ward et al., New Haven, United States. In Biochim Biophys Acta, 1998
Two novel KRAB (Krüppel associated box) type zinc finger protein encoding cDNAs, named Kzf1 and Kzf2 (Kzf for KRAB zinc finger), were identified by screening of a rat embryonic brain cDNA library with a human ZNF91 KRAB probe.
[Long terminal repeat of the human endogenous retrovirus HERV-K in the intron of the ZNF91 gene].
Sverdlov et al., Moscow, Russia. In Bioorg Khim, 1998
The relative positions of the ZNF91 gene (exon-intron organization) and the HERV-K human endogenous virus long terminal repeat (LTR), which was earlier found to be located in the ZNF91 gene locus, on the EcoRI restriction metric map of the human chromosome 19 were determined with a high resolution.
Enhanced expression in seminoma of human zinc finger genes located on chromosome 19.
Hosaka et al., Yokohama, Japan. In Cancer Genet Cytogenet, 1998
One, ZFS-1, showed high sequence homology to the ZNF91 KRAB (Krüppel-associated box) ZF gene family and also the same chromosomal assignment.
Clustered organization of homologous KRAB zinc-finger genes with enhanced expression in human T lymphoid cells.
Szpirer et al., Liège, Belgium. In Embo J, 1993
ZNF91 is one representative of this subgroup and contains 35 contiguous finger repeats at its C-terminus.
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