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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27538428/primary-salivary-human-stem-progenitor-cells-undergo-microenvironment-driven-acinar-like-differentiation-in-hyaluronate-hydrogel-culture
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Padma Pradeepa Srinivasan, Vaishali N Patel, Shuang Liu, Daniel A Harrington, Matthew P Hoffman, Xinqiao Jia, Robert L Witt, Mary C Farach-Carson, Swati Pradhan-Bhatt
: : Radiotherapy for head and neck cancer often has undesirable effects on salivary glands that lead to xerostomia or severe dry mouth, which can increase oral infections. Our goal is to engineer functional, three-dimensional (3D) salivary gland neotissue for autologous implantation to provide permanent relief. An immediate need exists to obtain autologous adult progenitor cells as the use of embryonic and induced pluripotent stem cells potentially pose serious risks such as teratogenicity and immunogenic rejection...
August 18, 2016: Stem Cells Translational Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25394825/beneficial-effect-of-a-high-number-of-copies-of-salivary-amylase-amy1-gene-on-obesity-risk-in-mexican-children
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María A Mejía-Benítez, Amélie Bonnefond, Loïc Yengo, Marlène Huyvaert, Aurélie Dechaume, Jesús Peralta-Romero, Miguel Klünder-Klünder, Jaime García Mena, Julia S El-Sayed Moustafa, Mario Falchi, Miguel Cruz, Philippe Froguel
AIMS/HYPOTHESIS: Childhood obesity is a major public health problem in Mexico, affecting one in every three children. Genome-wide association studies identified genetic variants associated with childhood obesity, but a large missing heritability remains to be elucidated. We have recently shown a strong association between a highly polymorphic copy number variant encompassing the salivary amylase gene (AMY1 also known as AMY1A) and obesity in European and Asian adults. In the present study, we aimed to evaluate the association between AMY1 copy number and obesity in Mexican children...
February 2015: Diabetologia
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/24225843/amylase-%C3%AE-1a-amy1a-a-novel-immunohistochemical-marker-to-differentiate-chromophobe-renal-cell-carcinoma-from-benign-oncocytoma
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Sarika Jain, Somak Roy, Milon Amin, Marie Acquafondata, Ming Yin, William Laframboise, Sheldon Bastacky, Liron Pantanowitz, Rajiv Dhir, Anil Parwani
Chromophobe renal cell carcinoma (ChRCC) and oncocytoma present with a perplexing overlap of morphologic and immunohistochemical features. ChRCC have deletions in the 1p21.1 region including the amylase α-1A gene (AMY1A). No such deletions are found in oncocytoma. Instead, oncocytomas shared other deletions on chromosome 1: 1p31.3, 1q25.2, and 1q44. We performed AMY1A immunostaining on 75 oncocytomas (57 tissue microarray [TMA] cores, 18 whole slides) and 54 ChRCCs (20 TMA cores, 34 whole slides). Staining was assessed using the H-score method...
December 2013: American Journal of Surgical Pathology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/22967050/suppression-of-%C3%AE-amylase-genes-improves-quality-of-rice-grain-ripened-under-high-temperature
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Makoto Hakata, Masaharu Kuroda, Tomomi Miyashita, Takeshi Yamaguchi, Mikiko Kojima, Hitoshi Sakakibara, Toshiaki Mitsui, Hiromoto Yamakawa
High temperature impairs rice (Oryza sativa) grain filling by inhibiting the deposition of storage materials such as starch, resulting in mature grains with a chalky appearance, currently a major problem for rice farming in Asian countries. Such deterioration of grain quality is accompanied by the altered expression of starch metabolism-related genes. Here we report the involvement of a starch-hydrolyzing enzyme, α-amylase, in high temperature-triggered grain chalkiness. In developing seeds, high temperature induced the expression of α-amylase genes, namely Amy1A, Amy1C, Amy3A, Amy3D and Amy3E, as well as α-amylase activity, while it decreased an α-amylase-repressing plant hormone, ABA, suggesting starch to be degraded by α-amylase in developing grains under elevated temperature...
December 2012: Plant Biotechnology Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/20077501/an-expectation-maximization-program-for-determining-allelic-spectrum-from-cnv-data-convem-insights-into-population-allelic-architecture-and-its-mutational-history
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Tom R Gaunt, Santiago Rodriguez, Philip A I Guthrie, Ian N M Day
Copy number variations (CNVs) are a common form of genetic variation in which the allelic population contains a distribution of copy numbers of a particular gene (or other large sequence/region). The simplest forms describe deletion (0 vs. 1 copy) or duplication (1 vs. 2) events. However, some CNV loci contain a much wider range of copy numbers, such as that seen for the CCL3L1 locus. CNV classification methods typically only describe the total (diploid) copy number, leaving the underlying genotypic and allelic frequency distribution unknown...
April 2010: Human Mutation
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/16152770/on-the-genetic-polymorphism-of-the-serum-alpha-amylase-in-the-population-of-the-south-western-bulgaria-second-communication
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Sofia D Baltova
INTRODUCTION: The paper presents data on population distribution of individual phenotypes and gene frequencies of alpha-amylase in random serum samples from the population of the South-Western regions of Bulgaria. MATERIAL AND METHODS: We studied 1939 individuals of both sexes aged between 18 and 45 years from the South-Western regions of Bulgaria. They were clinically healthy and without kinship ties. The blood was obtained by venous puncture. The amylase phenotypes were established by horizontal electrophoresis of blood serum on agar gel (1%) after the J...
2005: Folia Medica
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/10527416/differential-expression-of-rice-alpha-amylase-genes-during-seedling-development-under-anoxia
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Y S Hwang, B R Thomas, R L Rodriguez
The unique capability of rice (Oryza sativa L.) seedlings to grow under anoxic conditions may result in part from their ability to express alpha-amylase and maintain the supply of sugar needed for energy metabolism. Previous studies have demonstrated that under aerobic conditions the Amy1 and Amy2 subfamily genes are regulated primarily by phytohormones while the Amy3 subfamily genes are induced during sugar starvation. The expression patterns for these alpha-amylase genes were considerably different in anoxic vs...
August 1999: Plant Molecular Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/9163949/functional-roles-of-protein-domains-on-rice-alpha-amylase-activity
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M Terashima, M Hosono, S Katoh
Characteristics of two rice alpha-amylases Amy1A and Amy3D, and those of two chimeric enzymes Amy1A/3D and Amy3D/1A, engineered from the two isozymes, were compared in the light of the functional roles of protein domains in alpha-amylase. The enzymes that have an Amy1A-type N-terminal domain, Amy1A and Amy1A/3D, showed high activity against soluble starch, while the enzymes that have an Amy3D-type barrel structure, Amy3D and Amy1A/3D, showed high activity in oligosaccharide hydrolysis. Rigidity of protein folding also significantly affected the enzyme activity in both soluble starch and oligosaccharide hydrolysis...
April 1997: Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/8590656/characterization-of-rice-alpha-amylase-isozymes-expressed-by-saccharomyces-cerevisiae
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COMPARATIVE STUDY
M Terashima, S Katoh, B R Thomas, R L Rodriguez
Two rice alpha-amylase isozymes, AmylA and Amy3D, were produced by secretion from genetically engineered strains of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. They have distinct differences in enzymatic characteristics that can be related to the physiology of the germinating rice seed. The rice isozymes were purified with immunoaffinity chromatography. The pH optima for Amy3D (pH optimum 5.5) and Amy1A (pH optimum 4.2) correlate with the pH of the endosperm tissue at the times in rice seedling development when these isozymes are produced...
November 1995: Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/8001974/syntenic-assignment-of-human-chromosome-1-homologous-loci-in-the-bovine
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COMPARATIVE STUDY
D S Threadgill, D W Threadgill, Y D Moll, J A Weiss, N Zhang, H W Davey, A G Wildeman, J E Womack
Three mouse chromosomes (MMU 1, 3, and 4) carry homologs of human chromosome 1 (HSA 1) genes. A similar situation is found in the bovine, where five bovine chromosomes (BTA 2, 3, 5, 16, and unassigned syntenic group U25) contain homologs of HSA 1 loci. To evaluate further the syntenic relationship of HSA 1 homologs in cattle, 10 loci have been physically mapped through segregation analysis in bovine-rodent hybrid somatic cells. These loci, chosen for their location on HSA 1, are antithrombin 3 (AT3), renin (REN), complement component receptor 2 (CR2), phosphofructokinase muscle type (PFKM), Gardner-Rasheed feline sarcoma viral (v-fgr) oncogene homolog (FGR), alpha fucosidase (FUCA1), G-protein beta 1 subunit (GNB1), alpha 1A amylase, (AMY1), the neuroblastoma RAS viral (v-ras) oncogene homolog (NRAS), and alpha skeletal actin (ACTA1)...
August 1994: Genomics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/7957256/the-roles-of-the-n-linked-carbohydrate-chain-of-rice-alpha-amylase-in-thermostability-and-enzyme-kinetics
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M Terashima, A Kubo, M Suzawa, Y Itoh, S Katoh
The thermostability and kinetics of starch hydrolysis were compared between a rice alpha-amylase isozyme Amy1A and its mutant enzyme that lacks an N-linked carbohydrate chain. Elimination of the N-glycosylation site in Amy1A reduced the thermostability of the enzyme. The temperature dependence of the kinetic parameters (Vm and Km) and substrate recognition of the enzymes were also affected by elimination of the N-glycosylation site. These results suggest that the N-linked carbohydrate chain of Amy1A has important roles in the thermostability and reaction kinetics of the enzyme...
November 15, 1994: European Journal of Biochemistry
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/6162570/a-single-mouse-alpha-amylase-gene-specifies-two-different-tissue-specific-mrnas
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R A Young, O Hagenbüchle, U Schibler
The alpha-amylase mRNAs which accumulate in two different tissues of the mouse, the salivary gland and the liver, are identical except for their 5' non-translated sequences: the 5' terminal 158 nucleotides of the major liver alpha-amylase mRNA are unrelated to the 5' terminal 47 nucleotides found in its salivary gland counterpart. DNA that specifies the 5'terminal one-quarter of these mRNAs has been isolated through genomic cloning and sequenced. The initial 161 nucleotides of the liver alpha-amylase mRNA are specified by DNA sequences that lie 4...
February 1981: Cell
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/2788608/the-human-alpha-amylase-multigene-family-consists-of-haplotypes-with-variable-numbers-of-genes
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P C Groot, M J Bleeker, J C Pronk, F Arwert, W H Mager, R J Planta, A W Eriksson, R R Frants
Polymorphic amylase protein patterns have suggested the presence in the human genome of various haplotypes encoding these allozymes. To investigate the genomic organization of the human alpha-amylase genes, we isolated the pertinent genes from a cosmid library constructed of DNA from an individual expressing three different salivary amylase allozymes. From the restriction maps of the overlapping cosmids and a comparison of these maps with the restriction enzyme patterns of DNA from the donor and family members, we were able to identify two haplotypes consisting of very different numbers of salivary amylase genes...
July 1989: Genomics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/1679752/interpretation-of-polymorphic-dna-patterns-in-the-human-alpha-amylase-multigene-family
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P C Groot, W H Mager, R R Frants
Previous molecular studies have clearly shown that the human amylase locus has a very complicated structure. Multiple salivary and pancreatic amylase genes are present on haplotypes with variable numbers of genes. To study the population heterogeneity, human genomic DNA from family members and random individuals was digested with a number of different restriction enzymes and hybridized with probes representing various parts of the human pancreatic amylase cDNA. The complex patterns obtained were, in most cases, compatible with predictions from the restriction enzyme maps of cloned human amylase genes...
July 1991: Genomics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/468278/new-genetic-variants-of-parotid-salivary-amylase
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J C Pronk, R R Frants
Isoelectric focusing can reveal at least two heterozygotes of the Amy1R class of variants. Family data on these variants show co-dominant inheritance for both alleles with respect to the normal Amy1A allele. The frequency of the alleles Amy1R1 and Amy1R2 in the Dutch population (n = 144) amounts to 0.006 and 0.03, respectively. Electrophoretic analysis of whole parotid saliva from different Amy1R phenotypes and of purified normal and Amy1R1 gene products indicates that the variant proteins differ from the normal protein by enhanced deamidation of asparagine and/or glutamine residues...
1979: Human Heredity
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