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Calneuron 1

Caln1, CaBP8, calneuron 1
This gene encodes a protein with high similarity to the calcium-binding proteins of the calmodulin family. The encoded protein contains two EF-hand domains and potential calcium-binding sites. Alternative splicing results in multiple transcript variants. [provided by RefSeq, Jul 2008] (from NCBI)
Top mentioned proteins: miR, TUBE, Nedd4, CDKL5, 14-3-3gamma
Papers on Caln1
Loci with genome-wide associations with schizophrenia in the Han Chinese population.
Shi et al., Shanghai, China. In Br J Psychiatry, Dec 2015
Two loci (ITIH3/4: rs2239547, P = 1.17×10(-10) and CALN1: rs2944829, P = 9.97×10(-9)) exhibited genome-wide significance in the Han Chinese population.ConclusionsThe ITIH3/4 locus has been reported to be of genome-wide significance in the European population.
Experimental validation of candidate schizophrenia gene CALN1 as a target for microRNA-137.
Zhao et al., Shanghai, China. In Neurosci Lett, Sep 2015
In a previous study, we analyzed the SNPs in a group of predicted MIR137 target genes and detected genome-wide significant association of schizophrenia with rs2944829 in the CALN1 gene.
The Relationship of Common Risk Variants and Polygenic Risk for Schizophrenia to Sensorimotor Gating.
Bitsios et al., Irákleion, Greece. In Biol Psychiatry, Jul 2015
These loci were co-localized with expression quantitative trait loci associated with gene expression of nerve growth factor (NGF) and calneuron 1 (CALN1) genes.
Molecular characterization of a cohort of 73 patients with infantile spasms syndrome.
Lesca et al., Lyon, France. In Eur J Med Genet, Feb 2015
In addition, we discuss 3 CNVs as potential risk factors, including one 16p12.1 deletion, one intronic deletion of the NEDD4 gene, and one intronic deletion of CALN1 gene.
Overexpression of lncRNA H19 enhances carcinogenesis and metastasis of gastric cancer.
Liu et al., Shanghai, China. In Oncotarget, 2014
CALN1 was identified as a target gene of miR-675 and its expression was negatively correlated with that of miR-675.
Evolution and functional diversity of the Calcium Binding Proteins (CaBPs).
Burgoyne et al., Liverpool, United Kingdom. In Front Mol Neurosci, 2012
Bioinformatic analyses indicate that the CaBPs consist of two subfamilies and that the ancestral members of these are CaBP1 and CaBP8.
Determination of the membrane topology of the small EF-hand Ca2+-sensing proteins CaBP7 and CaBP8.
Haynes et al., Liverpool, United Kingdom. In Plos One, 2010
In a recent bioinformatic analyses we determined that CaBP7 and CaBP8 form an evolutionarily distinct branch within the CaBPs (also known as the calneurons) a finding that is consistent with earlier observations characterising a putative C-terminal transmembrane (TM) spanning helix in each of these proteins which is essential for their sub-cellular targeting to the Golgi apparatus and constitutive secretory vesicles.
Zebrafish gene knockdowns imply roles for human YWHAG in infantile spasms and cardiomegaly.
Yamamoto et al., Tokyo, Japan. In Genesis, 2010
On the proximal side, AUTS2 and CALN1 may contribute to the phenotype.
Bioinformatic analysis of CaBP/calneuron proteins reveals a family of highly conserved vertebrate Ca2+-binding proteins.
Burgoyne et al., Liverpool, United Kingdom. In Bmc Res Notes, 2009
Certain members of the family (for example the short form of CaBP1 and calneuron 1) are highly conserved suggesting essential functional roles.
Membrane targeting of the EF-hand containing calcium-sensing proteins CaBP7 and CaBP8.
Haynes et al., Liverpool, United Kingdom. In Biochem Biophys Res Commun, 2009
CaBP7 and 8 possess a targeting mechanism that is unique amongst the CaBPs that may contribute to differential functional Ca(2+)-sensing by these family members.
Identification of a human brain-specific gene, calneuron 1, a new member of the calmodulin superfamily.
Shaffer et al., Houston, United States. In Mol Genet Metab, 2001
Herein, we describe the cloning and characterization of human calneuron 1 (CALN1).
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