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CDH1 is a classical cadherin from the cadherin superfamily. Additionally we are shipping E-cadherin Kits (95) and E-cadherin Proteins (40) and many more products for this protein.
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Human Monoclonal E-cadherin Primary Antibody for FACS, IHC - ABIN969036
Barrett, Lee, Lees, Prescott, Anderson, Phillips, Wesley, Parnell, Zhang, Drummond, Nimmo, Massey, Blaszczyk, Elliott, Cotterill, Dallal, Lobo, Mowat, Sanderson, Jewell, Newman, Edwards, Ahmad et al.: Genome-wide association study of ulcerative colitis identifies three new susceptibility loci, including the HNF4A region. ... in Nature genetics 2009
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Human Polyclonal E-cadherin Primary Antibody for EIA, WB - ABIN356994
Mansouri, Spurr, Goodfellow, Kemler: Characterization and chromosomal localization of the gene encoding the human cell adhesion molecule uvomorulin. in Differentiation; research in biological diversity 1988
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Human Polyclonal E-cadherin Primary Antibody for FACS, WB - ABIN388278
Hsu, Chen, Chou, Tang, Chen, Wilkins, Ellory, Shen: KCl cotransporter-3 down-regulates E-cadherin/beta-catenin complex to promote epithelial-mesenchymal transition. in Cancer research 2007
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Human Monoclonal E-cadherin Primary Antibody for IHC (p) - ABIN180686
Bukholm, Nesland, Børresen-Dale: Re-expression of E-cadherin, alpha-catenin and beta-catenin, but not of gamma-catenin, in metastatic tissue from breast cancer patients [seecomments]. in The Journal of pathology 2000
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Human Polyclonal E-cadherin Primary Antibody for EIA, WB - ABIN356995
Knudsen, Wheelock: Plakoglobin, or an 83-kD homologue distinct from beta-catenin, interacts with E-cadherin and N-cadherin. in The Journal of cell biology 1992
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Human Monoclonal E-cadherin Primary Antibody for IHC (fro), IF - ABIN1106274
Umbas, Schalken, Aalders, Carter, Karthaus, Schaafsma, Debruyne, Isaacs: Expression of the cellular adhesion molecule E-cadherin is reduced or absent in high-grade prostate cancer. in Cancer research 1992
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Human Polyclonal E-cadherin Primary Antibody for IF (p), IHC (p) - ABIN1387847
Chen, Cheng, Chen, Sue, Liu, Cheng, Hsu, Chen: MicroRNA-328 inhibits renal tubular cell epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition by targeting the CD44 in pressure-induced renal fibrosis. in PLoS ONE 2014
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Cow (Bovine) Polyclonal E-cadherin Primary Antibody for IF, IHC - ABIN2784498
Onder, Gupta, Mani, Yang, Lander, Weinberg: Loss of E-cadherin promotes metastasis via multiple downstream transcriptional pathways. in Cancer research 2008
Dog (Canine) Monoclonal E-cadherin Primary Antibody for WB - ABIN112364
Ryniers, Stove, Goethals, Brackenier, Noë, Bracke, Vandekerckhove, Mareel, Bruyneel: Plasmin produces an E-cadherin fragment that stimulates cancer cell invasion. in Biological chemistry 2002
E-cadherin has a role in cranial neural crest migration in Xenopus laevis
the switch from E- to N-cadherin (show CDH2 Antibodies) during epithelial-mesenchymal transition is essential for acquisition of Contact inhibition of locomotion behavior.
Moderate attenuation of C-cadherin function affects cell adhesion but not gastrulation.
Because paraxial protocadherin and C-cadherin do not directly interact nor form a joint complex with Fz7, Wnt-11 triggers formation of two distinct complexes that act in parallel to reduce cell adhesion by hampering clustering of C-cadherin.
The functional and physical relationships between PAPC, FLRT3, and C-cadherin, was investigated.
PAPC mediates these functions by down-regulating the adhesion activity of C-cadherin.
Results suggest that the basis for cell segregation during morphogenesis does not map exclusively to protein-level differences in E-, N-, or C-cadherin adhesion.
G-protein-coupled receptors control cortical actin assembly by controlling the amount of cadherin expressed on the cell surface.
Two stage cadherin kinetics require multiple extracellular domains but not the cytoplasmic region
Data show that the intracellular domain of PAPC (Protocadherin) interacts with Sprouty (Spry), and upon binding to PAPC, Spry function is inhibited and PCP signaling is enhanced.
Demonstrate that HBx-HCCR-E-cadherin regulation pathway might play an important role in HBV-induced hepatocarcinogenesis.
E-cadherin expression regulates inflammatory mediators in macrophages.
Increased expression of E-cadherin binds to and sequesters beta-catenin (show CTNNB1 Antibodies) away from downstream Wnt (show WNT2 Antibodies) signaling proteins.
Results suggest a regulatory function of E-cadherin that modulates Nrg1 (show NRG1 Antibodies) signaling and promotes Schwann cell myelin formation
Both catalytic and non-catalytic APC (show APC Antibodies)/C-Fzr1/Cdh1 (show FZR1 Antibodies)-mediated activities of PTEN (show PTEN Antibodies) are required for stalk cells' proliferative arrest. Findings implicate the PTEN (show PTEN Antibodies)-APC (show APC Antibodies)/C-Fzr1/Cdh1 (show FZR1 Antibodies) hub in angiogenesis.
we conclude that APC (show APC Antibodies)/C(Cdh1) controls CK1 (show KRT1 Antibodies) delta levels to balance proliferation and cell-cycle exit in the developing CNS
During submandibular gland development, a Hippo pathway effector, TAZ (show TAZ Antibodies), becomes increasingly phosphorylated and associated with E-cadherin and alpha-catenin (show CTNNA1 Antibodies), consistent with the activation of Hippo signaling. (Hippo)
Vangl2 (show VANGL2 Antibodies) regulates E-cadherin in epithelial cells.
Pkd1 (show PKD1 Antibodies) mutation or deletion leads to the activation of Galpha12 (show GNA12 Antibodies), which promotes the maturation of ADAM10 (show ADAM10 Antibodies) that increases the shedding of E-cadherin in kidney epithelial cells.
Our results provide novel insights into identification of novel distal enhancer elements regulating E-cadherin expression
PTTG2 induces psoriasis by regulating epidermal expression of vimentin (show VIM Antibodies) and E-cadherin.
Evaluation of FoxC2 (show FOXC2 Antibodies) expression, alone or in combination with E-cadherin expression, may help to stratify non-small cell lung cancer patients for risk of disease progression, pointing to this EMT (show ITK Antibodies) regulator as a potential prognostic marker
These metastatic tumors revealed no detectable expression of CK8 (show KRT8 Antibodies)/18, E-cadherin, VCAM-1 (show VCAM1 Antibodies), and ICAM-1 (show ICAM1 Antibodies)
Suggest ECAD expression as independent prognostic factor in colorectal carcinoma.
These data suggest that targeting the IL-8 (show IL8 Antibodies)/AKT1 (show AKT1 Antibodies) signaling pathway and DNMT1 (show DNMT1 Antibodies) may provide a potential therapeutic approach for blocking NPC (show NPC1 Antibodies) metastasis.
The CDH1 +54C/T was associated with susceptibility to endometriosis in Iranian population, and +54T allele may have a protective role in progression of endometriosis.
MTA1 (show MTA1 Antibodies) plays an important role in Epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition (EMT (show ITK Antibodies)) to promote metastasis via suppressing E-cadherin expression, resulting in a poor prognosis in MPM. MTA1 (show MTA1 Antibodies) is a novel biomarker and indicative of a poor prognosis in MPM patients
These data suggest that the number of polyploid giant cancer cells and the EMT (show ITK Antibodies)-related proteins E-cadherin, N-cadherin (show CDH2 Antibodies), and vimentin (show VIM Antibodies) may be valuable biomarkers to assess metastasis in patients with breast cancer.
H3K36me3 correlates with increased skipping of the final 83 base pairs of CDH1 exon 8 in gastric cancer cell lines
site-specific E-cadherin glycosylation modification can directly modulate E-cadherin mediated cell-cell adhesion, a key pathophysiological event in gastric cancer progression.
E-cadherin mRNA/protein were up-regulated in all flutamide-treated corpus luteum of mid- and late pregnancy.
In pig kidney, strong E-cadherin expression was observed in the basolateral plasma membrane of the tubular epithelial cells. E-cadherin immunolabeling was not detected in glomeruli or blood vessels of pig kidney.
Localisation of NANOG (show NANOG Antibodies), OCT4 (show POU5F1 Antibodies), and E-CADHERIN in porcine pre- and peri (show PLIN1 Antibodies)-implantation embryos.
The epiblast expressed epithelial markers, MUC1 (show MUC1 Antibodies) and E-CADHERIN, and the pluripotency markers, DNMT3B (show DNMT3B Antibodies) and CRIPTO (show TDGF1 Antibodies).
Transfection of zygotes with 100 and 200 nM E-cadherin siRNA led to a 72 and 38% reduction, respectively, in E-cadherin mRNA relative abundance in Day 7 blastocysts compared with controls.
E-cadherin and beta-catenin (show CTNNB1 Antibodies) were distributed not only at the cell to cell boundary but throughout the cytoplasm in binucleate trophoblast cells
Results describe the effect of suppression of connexin 43 (show GJA1 Antibodies) and E-cadherin on the development, mRNA and protein expression of bovine blastocysts cultured in vitro or in vivo.
E-cadherin mRNA coinjection demonstrated the specificity of cdh1 morpholino oligonucleotides-induced defects
Results suggest that Wnt11 (show WNT11 Antibodies) controls tissue morphogenesis by modulating E-cadherin-mediated cell cohesion through Rab5c (show Rab5c Antibodies), a novel mechanism of Wnt (show WNT2 Antibodies) signaling in gastrulation.
This gene is a classical cadherin from the cadherin superfamily. The encoded protein is a calcium dependent cell-cell adhesion glycoprotein comprised of five extracellular cadherin repeats, a transmembrane region and a highly conserved cytoplasmic tail. Mutations in this gene are correlated with gastric, breast, colorectal, thyroid and ovarian cancer. Loss of function is thought to contribute to progression in cancer by increasing proliferation, invasion, and/or metastasis. The ectodomain of this protein mediates bacterial adhesion to mammalian cells and the cytoplasmic domain is required for internalization. Identified transcript variants arise from mutation at consensus splice sites.
, cadherin 1, type 1, E-cadherin (epithelial)
, epithelial cadherin
, CAM 120/80
, cadherin 1, E-cadherin (epithelial)
, calcium-dependent adhesion protein, epithelial
, cell-CAM 120/80
, liver cell adhesion molecule
, liver cell adhesion protein
, Epithelial cadherin
, hypothetical protein LOC368517