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Shuang Dou et al.
Advanced healthcare materials, 3(11), 1792-1803 (2014-06-21)
Patients with Her2-overexpressing (Her2(+)) breast cancers generally have a poorer prognosis due to the high aggressiveness and chemoresistance of the disease. Small interfering RNA (siRNA) targeting the gene encoding polo-like kinase 1 (Plk1; siPlk1) has emerged as an efficient therapeutic
Liesbeth Van Wesenbeeck et al.
The Journal of clinical investigation, 117(4), 919-930 (2007-04-04)
This study illustrates that Plekhm1 is an essential protein for bone resorption, as loss-of-function mutations were found to underlie the osteopetrotic phenotype of the incisors absent rat as well as an intermediate type of human osteopetrosis. Electron and confocal microscopic
David G McEwan et al.
Autophagy, 11(4), 720-722 (2015-04-24)
The endosomal system and autophagy are 2 intertwined pathways that share a number of common protein factors as well as a final destination, the lysosome. Identification of adaptor platforms that can link both pathways are of particular importance, as they
David G McEwan et al.
Molecular cell, 57(1), 39-54 (2014-12-17)
The lysosome is the final destination for degradation of endocytic cargo, plasma membrane constituents, and intracellular components sequestered by macroautophagy. Fusion of endosomes and autophagosomes with the lysosome depends on the GTPase Rab7 and the homotypic fusion and protein sorting
Simone de Jong et al.
BMC genomics, 13, 458-458 (2012-09-07)
Chromosome 17q21.31 contains a common inversion polymorphism of approximately 900 kb in populations with European ancestry. Two divergent MAPT haplotypes, H1 and H2 are described with distinct linkage disequilibrium patterns across the region reflecting the inversion status at this locus. The
Kazuharu Ienaga et al.
Journal of receptor and signal transduction research, 34(3), 195-200 (2014-03-20)
A creatinine metabolite, 5-hydroxy-1-methylhydantoin (HMH: NZ-419), a hydroxyl radical scavenger, has previously been shown to confer renoprotection by inhibiting the progression of chronic kidney disease in rats. In the current study, we demonstrate that HMH modulates the effects of glucose
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