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Demetra Mavri-Damelin, Simon Eaton, Leonard H Damelin, Myrddin Rees, Humphrey J F Hodgson, Clare Selden
A possible cell source for a bio-artificial liver is the human hepatblastoma-derived cell line HepG2 as it confers many hepatocyte functions, however, the urea cycle is not maintained resulting in the lack of ammonia detoxification via this cycle. We investigated urea cycle activity in HepG2 cells at both a molecular and biochemical level to determine the causes for the lack of urea cycle expression, and subsequently addressed reinstatement of the cycle by gene transfer. Metabolic labelling studies showed that urea production from 15N-ammonium chloride was not detectable in HepG2 conditioned medium, nor could 14C-labelled urea cycle intermediates be detected...
2007: International Journal of Biochemistry & Cell Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/8232304/human-thyroxine-binding-globulin-gene-complete-sequence-and-transcriptional-regulation
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Y Hayashi, Y Mori, O E Janssen, T Sunthornthepvarakul, R E Weiss, K Takeda, M Weinberg, H Seo, G I Bell, S Refetoff
T4-binding globulin (TBG) is a glycoprotein of hepatic origin which transports thyroid hormone in serum. To characterize the human TBG (hTBG) gene, we studied its genomic organization, promoter activity, and regulation. To this purpose, we isolated from liver a complete hTBG cDNA clone containing the 5'-untranslated region and localized the transcription start site (TSS). The analysis of genomic clones revealed that the hTBG gene consists of five exons and that its exon-intron organization is similar to that of other members of the serine protease inhibitor family...
August 1993: Molecular Endocrinology
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