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RIKEN cDNA 2310001A20 gene

Adipocyte Plasma Membrane-Associated Protein, APMAP
Top mentioned proteins: CD166, CHIP, C20orf3, HAD, Presenilin-1
Papers on Adipocyte Plasma Membrane-Associated Protein
The adipocyte differentiation protein APMAP is an endogenous suppressor of Aβ production in the brain.
Fraering et al., Lausanne, Switzerland. In Hum Mol Genet, Feb 2015
Here, we report the identification of the adipocyte differentiation protein APMAP as a novel endogenous suppressor of Aβ generation.
The acquisition of novel N-glycosylation sites in conserved proteins during human evolution.
Hahn et al., Seoul, South Korea. In Bmc Bioinformatics, 2014
Three of them, Asn-196 in adipocyte plasma membrane-associated protein (APMAP), Asn-91 in cluster of differentiation 166 (CD166/ALCAM), and Asn-76 in thyroglobulin, are human-specific.
Reconstruction of gene association network reveals a transmembrane protein required for adipogenesis and targeted by PPARγ.
Trajanoski et al., Graz, Austria. In Cell Mol Life Sci, 2010
Data demonstrate that APMAP contains a functional PPARgamma binding site, and that APMAP translocates from the endoplasmatic reticulum to the plasma membrane during adipocyte differentiation
Identification of a novel integral plasma membrane protein induced during adipocyte differentiation.
Fleckner et al., Denmark. In Biochem J, 2001
Therefore we propose to give DD16 the name APMAP (Adipocyte Plasma Membrane-Associated Protein).
Studies on the crystallization of magnesium ammonium phosphate in urine.
Tiselius et al., Linköping, Sweden. In Urol Res, 1989
A modified AP(MAP) index was formulated based on calculations with the EQUIL 2 programme in order to improve the relationship between this simplified estimate and the ion-activity product of MAP (APMAP).
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