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David Gagnon et al.
Journal of virology, 89(12), 6227-6239 (2015-04-03)
The E1 helicase from anogenital human papillomavirus (HPV) types interacts with the cellular WD repeat-containing protein UAF1 in complex with the deubiquitinating enzyme USP1, USP12, or USP46. This interaction stimulates viral DNA replication and is required for maintenance of the
Ada Nowosad et al.
Cell death & disease, 12(5), 481-481 (2021-05-15)
The cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitor p27Kip1 (p27) has been involved in promoting autophagy and survival in conditions of metabolic stress. While the signaling cascade upstream of p27 leading to its cytoplasmic localization and autophagy induction has been extensively studied, how p27
Vlad Tocan et al.
The Journal of biological chemistry, 297(6), 101354-101354 (2021-11-01)
Hepatocytes differ from columnar epithelial cells by their multipolar organization, which follows the initial formation of central lumen-sharing clusters of polarized cells as observed during liver development and regeneration. The molecular mechanism for hepatocyte polarity establishment, however, has been comparatively
Dan Georgess et al.
Molecular biology of the cell, 25(3), 380-396 (2013-11-29)
The function of osteoclasts (OCs), multinucleated giant cells (MGCs) of the monocytic lineage, is bone resorption. To resorb bone, OCs form podosomes. These are actin-rich adhesive structures that pattern into rings that drive OC migration and into "sealing-zones" (SZs) that
Yi Cai et al.
The Journal of biological chemistry, 277(2), 1217-1222 (2001-11-09)
The Pax gene family encodes DNA-binding proteins that can both activate and repress transcription of specific target genes during embryonic development. Pax proteins are required for pattern formation and cell differentiation in a broad spectrum of developing tissues. Consistent with
X Yan et al.
International journal of obesity (2005), 37(4), 568-575 (2012-05-23)
Obesity in women of childbearing age is increasing at an alarming rate. Growing evidence shows that maternal obesity induces detrimental effects on offspring health, including pre-disposition to obesity. We have shown that maternal obesity increases fetal intramuscular adipogenesis at mid-gestation.
Hui Tian et al.
Molecular biology of the cell, 32(1), 1-14 (2020-11-12)
Meiotic recombination in most mammals requires recombination hotspot activation through the action of the histone 3 Lys-4 and Lys-36 methyltransferase PRDM9 to ensure successful double-strand-break initiation and repair. Here we show that EWSR1, a protein whose role in meiosis was
Fabio Carletti et al.
Frontiers in cellular neuroscience, 10, 29-29 (2016-02-24)
The involvement of microtubule dynamics on bioelectric activity of neurons and neurotransmission represents a fascinating target of research in the context of neural excitability. It has been reported that alteration of microtubule cytoskeleton can lead to profound modifications of neural
Karen Schindler et al.
Cell cycle (Georgetown, Tex.), 8(7), 1090-1098 (2009-03-10)
The final steps of oogenesis occur during oocyte maturation that generates fertilization-competent haploid eggs capable of supporting embryonic development. Cyclin-dependent kinase 1 (CDK1) drives oocyte maturation and its activity and actions on substrates are tightly regulated. CDC14 is a dual-specificity
Keïs Nabhane Said Halidi et al.
iScience, 20, 292-309 (2019-10-13)
CEP55 regulates the final critical step of cell division termed cytokinetic abscission. We report herein that CEP55 contains two NEMO-like ubiquitin-binding domains (UBDs), NOA and ZF, which regulate its function in a different manner. In vitro studies of isolated domains showed
Chen Yang et al.
Molecular medicine reports, 18(2), 1353-1360 (2018-06-15)
Previous studies have demonstrated that lipid rafts and β‑adducin serve an important role in leukocyte rolling. In the present study the migratory ability and behavior of neutrophils was demonstrated to rely on the integrity of the lipid raft structure. β‑adducin
Alicia Arranz et al.
Molecular cancer, 9, 261-261 (2010-09-30)
Stress has been shown to be a tumor promoting factor. Both clinical and laboratory studies have shown that chronic stress is associated with tumor growth in several types of cancer. Corticotropin Releasing Factor (CRF) is the major hypothalamic mediator of
Hooi Ching Lim et al.
Molecular cancer, 14, 15-15 (2015-01-28)
Cell surface proteoglycans interact with numerous regulators of cell behavior through their glycosaminoglycan chains. The syndecan family of transmembrane proteoglycans are virtually ubiquitous cell surface receptors that are implicated in the progression of some tumors, including breast carcinoma. This may
Danelle Wright et al.
Development (Cambridge, England), 148(1) (2020-11-18)
NANOS2 and NANOS3 are evolutionarily conserved RNA-binding proteins involved in murine germ cell development. NANOS3 is required for protection from apoptosis during migration and gonadal colonization in both sexes, whereas NANOS2 is male-specific and required for the male-type differentiation of
Maria Y Wang et al.
Cancer research, 66(16), 7864-7869 (2006-08-17)
The epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) is commonly amplified, overexpressed, and mutated in glioblastoma, making it a compelling molecular target for therapy. We have recently shown that coexpression of EGFRvIII and PTEN protein by glioblastoma cells is strongly associated with
Giada Poli et al.
The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism, 104(5), 1712-1724 (2018-11-27)
Novel tumor markers are urgently needed to better stratify adrenocortical cancer (ACC) patients and improve therapies for this aggressive neoplasm. To assess the diagnostic and prognostic value of the actin-bundling protein fascin-1 (FSCN1) in adrenocortical tumors. A local series of
Sofia Nolasco et al.
FEBS letters, 579(17), 3515-3524 (2005-06-21)
Microtubules are polymers of alpha/beta-tubulin participating in essential cell functions. A multistep process involving distinct molecular chaperones and cofactors produces new tubulin heterodimers competent to polymerise. In vitro cofactor A (TBCA) interacts with beta-tubulin in a quasi-native state behaving as
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Étori Aguiar Moreira et al.
Nature communications, 7, 12861-12861 (2016-09-22)
Packaging of the eight genomic RNA segments of influenza A viruses (IAV) into viral particles is coordinated by segment-specific packaging sequences. How the packaging signals regulate the specific incorporation of each RNA segment into virions and whether other viral or
Heather Bondi et al.
Journal of neurochemistry, 136(6), 1219-1231 (2015-12-29)
Parkinson's disease (PD) is one of the most prevalent neurodegenerative disorders, characterized by the loss of dopaminergic neurons in the substantia nigra pars compacta. PD mostly occurs sporadically and its cause remains unknown, nevertheless the discovery of familiar forms of
Aviv Rom et al.
Nature communications, 10(1), 5092-5092 (2019-11-11)
Chromodomain helicase DNA binding protein 2 (Chd2) is a chromatin remodeller implicated in neurological disease. Here we show that Chaserr, a highly conserved long noncoding RNA transcribed from a region near the transcription start site of Chd2 and on the
Arnaud Bocquet et al.
The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience, 29(35), 11043-11054 (2009-09-04)
Neurofilaments assemble from three intermediate-filament proteins, contribute to the radial growth of axons, and are exceptionally stable. Microtubules are dynamic structures that assemble from tubulin dimers to support intracellular transport of molecules and organelles. We show here that neurofilaments, and
Niels Henning Skotte et al.
Experimental neurology, 332, 113396-113396 (2020-07-06)
Huntington disease (HD) is an autosomal dominant neurodegenerative disorder caused by an expansion of a polyglutamine repeat in the huntingtin (HTT) protein. Aberrant activation of caspase-6 and cleavage of mutant HTT generating the toxic N-terminal 586 HTT fragment are important
Lijie Ren et al.
Journal of cellular and molecular medicine, 24(8), 4773-4783 (2020-03-17)
HNG, a highly potent mutant of the anti-Alzheimer peptide-humanin, has been shown to protect against ischaemia-reperfusion (I/R) injury. However, the underlying mechanism related to platelet activation remains unknown. We proposed that HNG has an effect on platelet function and thrombus
Thomas Bertero et al.
Cell metabolism, 29(1), 124-140 (2018-10-09)
Dysregulation of extracellular matrix (ECM) deposition and cellular metabolism promotes tumor aggressiveness by sustaining the activity of key growth, invasion, and survival pathways. Yet mechanisms by which biophysical properties of ECM relate to metabolic processes and tumor progression remain undefined.
Anuratha Sakthianandeswaren et al.
Cancer discovery, 8(8), 988-1005 (2018-06-09)
ADP-ribosylation is an important posttranslational protein modification that regulates diverse biological processes, controlled by dedicated transferases and hydrolases. Here, we show that frequent deletions (∼30%) of the MACROD2 mono-ADP-ribosylhydrolase locus in human colorectal cancer cause impaired PARP1 transferase activity in
Ana M Mendes-Pereira et al.
EMBO molecular medicine, 1(6-7), 315-322 (2010-01-06)
The tumour suppressor gene, phosphatase and tensin homolog (PTEN), is one of the most commonly mutated genes in human cancers. Recent evidence suggests that PTEN is important for the maintenance of genome stability. Here, we show that PTEN deficiency causes
Li-Wu Qian et al.
Journal of virology, 82(23), 11902-11912 (2008-09-26)
Kaposi's sarcoma (KS) is a vascular tumor of proliferative endothelial cells caused by KS-associated herpesvirus (KSHV) infection. Aberrant vascular permeability is a hallmark of KS manifested as multifocal edematous skin and visceral lesions with dysregulated angiogenesis and vast inflammatory infiltrations.
Jennifer C Erasmus et al.
Cellular signalling, 27(9), 1905-1913 (2015-05-10)
The precise mechanisms via which Rac1 is activated by cadherin junctions are not fully known. In keratinocytes Rac1 activation by cadherin junctions requires EGFR signalling, but how EGFR does so is unclear. To address which activator could mediate E-cadherin signalling
Jenny L Kerschner et al.
The Biochemical journal, 446(2), 203-212 (2012-06-08)
A critical cis-regulatory element for the CFTR (cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator) gene is located in intron 11, 100 kb distal to the promoter, with which it interacts. This sequence contains an intestine-selective enhancer and associates with enhancer signature proteins
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