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Lymphocyte transmembrane adaptor 1

Top mentioned proteins: PIN, CAN, ACID, LAT, CD45
Papers on Lax
Assessment of subclinical left ventricular dysfunction in patients with psoriasis by speckle tracking echocardiography: A Speckle Tracking Study.
Şen et al., Antioch, Turkey. In Int J Dermatol, Feb 2016
Two-dimensional echocardiography images were obtained from LV apical four-chamber (4C), long axis (LAX), and two-chamber (2C) views.
Clathrin-Mediated Auxin Efflux and Maxima Regulate Hypocotyl Hook Formation and Light-Stimulated Hook Opening in Arabidopsis.
Pan et al., Jinhua, China. In Mol Plant, Feb 2016
The establishment of auxin maxima by PIN-FORMED 3 (PIN3)- and AUXIN RESISTANT 1/LIKE AUX1 (LAX) 3 (AUX1/LAX3)-mediated auxin transport is essential for hook formation in Arabidopsis hypocotyls.
Identification and Analysis of Medicago truncatula Auxin Transporter Gene Families Uncover their Roles in Responses to Sinorhizobium meliloti Infection.
Wang et al., Hangzhou, China. In Plant Cell Physiol, Oct 2015
Auxin influx carriers auxin resistant 1/like aux 1 (AUX/LAX), efflux carriers pin-formed (PIN) and efflux/conditional P-glycoprotein (PGP/ABCB) are three major protein families participating in auxin polar transport.
Auxin influx importers modulate serration along the leaf margin.
Fleming et al., Sheffield, United Kingdom. In Plant J, Aug 2015
In addition to auxin exporters, leaves also express auxin importers, notably members of the AUX1/LAX family.
Pharmacological modulation of abnormal involuntary DOI-induced head twitch response movements in male DBA/2J mice: II. Effects of D3 dopamine receptor selective compounds.
Luedtke et al., Fort Worth, United States. In Neuropharmacology, Jun 2015
The effect of two D3 receptor selective partial agonists, LAX-4-136 and WW-III-55, were also evaluated.
Auxin influx carriers control vascular patterning and xylem differentiation in Arabidopsis thaliana.
Ibañes et al., Barcelona, Spain. In Plos Genet, Apr 2015
Auxin influx carriers AUX1/LAX transport auxin into the cell, while auxin efflux carriers PIN pump it out of the cell.
Explosive tandem and segmental duplications of multigenic families in Eucalyptus grandis.
Dunand et al., Toulouse, France. In Genome Biol Evol, Apr 2015
Two transcription factor families APETALA 2 (AP2)/ethylene responsive factor and GRAS, two auxin transporter families PIN-FORMED and AUX/LAX, two oxidoreductase families (ascorbate peroxidases [APx] and Class III peroxidases [CIII Prx]), and two families of protective molecules late embryogenesis abundant (LEA) and DNAj were annotated in expert and exhaustive manner.
Interface-capturing lattice Boltzmann equation model for two-phase flows.
Guo et al., Wuhan, China. In Phys Rev E Stat Nonlin Soft Matter Phys, 2015
In the model, a Lax-Wendroff propagation scheme and a properly chosen equilibrium distribution function are employed.
Lespedeza davurica (Lax.) Schindl. extract protects against cytokine-induced β-cell damage and streptozotocin-induced diabetes.
Rhyu et al., South Korea. In Biomed Res Int, 2014
Lespedeza has been used for the management of diabetes in folklore medicine.
Genome-wide identification and expression profiling analysis of ZmPIN, ZmPILS, ZmLAX and ZmABCB auxin transporter gene families in maize (Zea mays L.) under various abiotic stresses.
Shen et al., Zhengzhou, China. In Plos One, 2014
The auxin influx carriers auxin resistant 1/like aux 1 (AUX/LAX), efflux carriers pin-formed (PIN) (together with PIN-like proteins) and efflux/conditional P-glycoprotein (ABCB) are major protein families involved in auxin polar transport.
Diverse mechanisms regulate the surface expression of immunotherapeutic target ctla-4.
Rudd et al., Cambridge, United Kingdom. In Front Immunol, 2013
Current evidence indicates that the mechanisms of CTLA-4 transport to the cell surface and its residency are multifactorial involving a combination of immune cell-specific adapters such as TRIM and LAX, the small GTPase Rab8 as well as generic components such as ARF-1, phospholipase D, and the heterotetrameric AP1/2 complex.
Subcellular trafficking of PIN auxin efflux carriers in auxin transport.
Friml, Gent, Belgium. In Eur J Cell Biol, 2010
Auxin movement between cells depends on AUX1/LAX, PGP and PIN protein families that mediate auxin transport across the plasma membrane.
Regulation of lymphocyte development and activation by the LAT family of adapter proteins.
Zhang et al., Durham, United States. In Immunol Rev, 2009
While LAT has been shown to play an indispensable role in T-cell and mast cell function, the other family members, linker for activation of B cells (LAB) and linker for activation of X cells (LAX), are necessary to fine-tune immune responses.
Post-transcriptional regulation of auxin transport proteins: cellular trafficking, protein phosphorylation, protein maturation, ubiquitination, and membrane composition.
Murphy et al., West Lafayette, United States. In J Exp Bot, 2008
Three families of cellular transport proteins, PIN-formed (PIN), P-glycoprotein (ABCB/PGP), and AUXIN RESISTANT 1/LIKE AUX1 (AUX1/LAX), can independently and co-ordinately transport auxin in plants.
Negative regulation of TCR signaling by linker for activation of X cells via phosphotyrosine-dependent and -independent mechanisms.
Shapiro et al., Philadelphia, United States. In J Immunol, 2008
inhibition of signaling events involved in T cell activation by LAX occurs through mechanisms both dependent on and independent of its tyrosine phosphorylation.
Control of lymphocyte development and activation by negative regulatory transmembrane adapter proteins.
Schraven et al., Magdeburg, Germany. In Immunol Rev, 2008
In fact, loss of SIT, LAX, or NTAL (non-T cell activation linker)/linker for activation of B cells (LAB) resulted in the spontaneous development of autoimmune diseases.
Negative regulation of Fc epsilonRI-mediated signaling and mast cell function by the adaptor protein LAX.
Zhang et al., Durham, United States. In J Biol Chem, 2006
LAX negatively regulates mast cell function
Negative regulation of lymphocyte activation by the adaptor protein LAX.
Zhang et al., Durham, United States. In J Immunol, 2005
Upon T or B cell activation, the LAX protein is up-regulated dramatically. This in vivo study of LAX-deficient mice demonstrates that LAX functions as a negative regulator in lymphocyte signaling.
Molecular cloning of a novel gene encoding a membrane-associated adaptor protein (LAX) in lymphocyte signaling.
Zhang et al., Durham, United States. In J Biol Chem, 2002
functions to negatively regulate signaling in lymphocytes
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