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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26919570/expression-of-aquaporin-1-and-aquaporin-4-in-the-temporal-neocortex-of-patients-with-parkinson-s-disease
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Akihiko Hoshi, Ayako Tsunoda, Mari Tada, Masatoyo Nishizawa, Yoshikazu Ugawa, Akiyoshi Kakita
The astrocytic water channel proteins aquaporin 1 (AQP1) and aquaporin 4 (AQP4) are known to be altered in brains affected by several neurodegenerative disorders, including Alzheimer's disease. However, AQP expression in brains affected by Parkinson's disease (PD) has not been described in detail. Recently, it has been reported that α-synuclein (α-syn)-immunolabeled astrocytes show preferential distribution in several cerebral regions, including the neocortex, in patients with PD. Here, we investigated whether AQP expression is associated with α-syn deposition in the temporal neocortex of PD patients...
February 26, 2016: Brain Pathology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26628996/high-frequency-of-the-sdk1-amacr-fusion-transcript-in-chinese-prostate-cancer
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Yanling Zhang, Xue-Ying Mao, Xiaoyan Liu, Rong-Rong Song, Daniel Berney, Yong-Jie Lu, Guoping Ren
Chromosomal rearrangements and fusion genes play important roles in tumor development and progression. Four high-frequency prostate cancer (CaP) specific fusion genes, SDK1:AMACR, RAD50:PDLIM4, CTAGE5:KHDRBS3 and USP9Y:TTTY15 have been reported in Chinese CaP samples through a transcriptome sequencing study. We previously reported that USP9Y:TTTY15 is a transcription-mediated chimeric RNA, which is expressed in both tumor and non-malignant samples, and here we attempted to confirm the existence of the other three fusion genes SDK1:AMACR, RAD50:PDLIM and CTAGE5:KHDRBS3...
2015: International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25124035/systematic-analysis-of-bacterial-effector-postsynaptic-density-95-disc-large-zonula-occludens-1-pdz-domain-interactions-demonstrates-shigella-ospe-protein-promotes-protein-kinase-c-activation-via-pdlim-proteins
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Chae-ryun Yi, John E Allen, Brian Russo, Soo Young Lee, Jason E Heindl, Leigh A Baxt, Bobby Brooke Herrera, Emily Kahoud, Gavin MacBeath, Marcia B Goldberg
Diseases caused by many Gram-negative bacterial pathogens depend on the activities of bacterial effector proteins that are delivered into eukaryotic cells via specialized secretion systems. Effector protein function largely depends on specific subcellular targeting and specific interactions with cellular ligands. PDZ domains are common domains that serve to provide specificity in protein-protein interactions in eukaryotic systems. We show that putative PDZ-binding motifs are significantly enriched among effector proteins delivered into mammalian cells by certain bacterial pathogens...
October 24, 2014: Journal of Biological Chemistry
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/24846727/extensive-nonmuscle-expression-and-epithelial-apicobasal-localization-of-the-drosophila-alp-enigma-family-protein-zasp52
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Beth Stronach
This study describes the broad tissue distribution and subcellular localization of Drosophila Zasp52, which is related to the large family of ALP (α-actinin associated protein)/Enigma PDLIM (PDZ and LIM domain) proteins of vertebrates. Results demonstrate that ZCL423 is a protein trap insertion in the Zasp52 locus tagging multiple endogenous splice isoforms with GFP. While Zasp52 has been previously characterized in muscle tissues primarily, visualization of GFP fluorescence in Zasp52 protein trap lines revealed expression in many nonmuscle tissues including the central nervous system, secretory glands, and epithelial tissues constituting the embryonic epidermis, the somatic follicle cell layer encapsulating the germline during oogenesis, and imaginal disc precursors to the adult body...
July 2014: Gene Expression Patterns: GEP
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/20120020/unusual-binding-interactions-in-pdz-domain-crystal-structures-help-explain-binding-mechanisms
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Jonathan M Elkins, Carina Gileadi, Leela Shrestha, Claire Phillips, Jing Wang, João R C Muniz, Declan A Doyle
PDZ domains most commonly bind the C-terminus of their protein targets. Typically the C-terminal four residues of the protein target are considered as the binding motif, particularly the C-terminal residue (P0) and third-last residue (P-2) that form the major contacts with the PDZ domain's "binding groove". We solved crystal structures of seven human PDZ domains, including five of the seven PDLIM family members. The structures of GRASP, PDLIM2, PDLIM5, and PDLIM7 show a binding mode with only the C-terminal P0 residue bound in the binding groove...
April 2010: Protein Science: a Publication of the Protein Society
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/17213842/refined-genomic-localization-and-ethnic-differences-observed-for-the-ibd5-association-with-crohn-s-disease
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Mark S Silverberg, Richard H Duerr, Steven R Brant, Gillian Bromfield, Lisa W Datta, Niraj Jani, Sunanda V Kane, Jerome I Rotter, L Philip Schumm, A Hillary Steinhart, Kent D Taylor, Huiying Yang, Judy H Cho, John D Rioux, Mark J Daly
Although the general association of the inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) 5 region on chromosome 5q31 to Crohn's disease (CD) has been replicated repeatedly, the identity of the precise causal variant within the region remains unknown. A recent report proposed polymorphisms in solute carrier family 22, member 4 (SLC22A4) organic cation transporter 1(OCTN1) and solute carrier family 22, member 5 (SLC22A5) (OCTN2) as responsible for the IBD5 association, but definitive, large-sample comparison of those polymorphisms with others known to be in strong linkage disequilibrium was not performed...
March 2007: European Journal of Human Genetics: EJHG
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