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CLDN4 encodes an integral membrane protein, which belongs to the claudin family. Additionally we are shipping Claudin 4 Antibodies (134) and Claudin 4 Kits (29) and many more products for this protein.
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that claudin-4 can be helpful at least in making a reliable differential diagnosis of spiradenoma when overlapping morphologic features do not allow to further subclassification in the overwhelming variety of the adnexal tumors.
Results showed overexpression of CLDN4 in endometrial cancer cells. Its intracellular presence coupled with the biphasic effects of E2 on its expression in the cytoskeleton suggest that it may be involved in cell signaling to and from tight junctions.
claudin 1 (show CLDN7 Proteins) and claudin 4 are differentially involved in atopic dermatitis pathogenesis
Results suggested that claudin-4, which was regulated by methylation status, plays an important role in breast cancer growth and malignancy via the control of cell proliferation, migration and apoptosis.
Overexpression of claudin-4 induced formation of vascular channels in breast cancer.
This meta-analysis shows that over-expression of claudin-4 is associated with progress of gastric cancer and poor prognosis of gastric cancer patients.
Data suggest that changes in DNA methylation (show HELLS Proteins) in trophoblasts regulate (1) cell mobility/placentation, (2) expression of claudin-4 (CLDN4) and 4-fucosyltransferase (FUT4 (show FUT4 Proteins)), and (3) matrix metalloproteinase (MMP2 (show MMP2 Proteins) and MMP9 (show MMP9 Proteins)) activity.
Data show that claudin-4 and claudin-7 (show CLDN7 Proteins) were observed in hepatocytes of severely damaged mouse and human livers.
increased claudin-3 (show CLDN3 Proteins) and claudin-4 expression may play a postive role in the progression and metastasis of gastric cancer
Studies suggest that claudin-3 (show CLDN3 Proteins) and claudin-4 might be targets for the treatment of chemotherapy-resistant ovarian cancer and other tumors overexpressing claudin-3 (show CLDN3 Proteins) and -4 using Clostridium perfringens enterotoxin (CPE (show CPE Proteins))-based theranostic agents.
a Grhl2 (show GRHL2 Proteins)/Ovol2 (show OVOL2 Proteins) network controls Cldn4 and Rab25 (show RAB25 Proteins) expression that facilitates lumen expansion and barrier formation in subtypes of renal epithelia
The claudin-4-mediated chloride conductance can be regulated endogenously by a protease-channel-activating protease 1 (cap1 (show PRSS8 Proteins)).
Claudin 4 has little effect on normal lung physiology but may function to protect against acute lung injury in mice.
The results suggest that progressive hydronephrosis in Cldn4(-/-) mice arises from urinary tract obstruction due to urothelial hyperplasia, and that Cld4 plays an important role in maintaining the homeostatic integrity of normal urothelium.
the results indicate that Grhl2 (show GRHL2 Proteins) regulates epithelial morphogenesis through transcriptional up-regulation of Cldn3 (show CLDN3 Proteins) and Cldn4, as well as of Rab25 (show RAB25 Proteins), which increases the Cldn4 protein and its localization at TJs
Mechanism of Clostridium perfringens enterotoxin interaction with claudin-3 (show CLDN3 Proteins)/-4 protein suggests structural modifications of the toxin to target specific claudins
Claudin-3 (show CLDN3 Proteins) in the apical-most regions maintains the impermeable tight junctions during lactation, and claudin-4 contributes
Claudin-4 overexpression is associated with epigenetic derepression in gastric carcinoma.
results suggest that Cld4 is induced by E-protein activity in the later stages of DP cells to increase the efficiency of positive selection, uncovering a hitherto unrecognized function of a Cld (show LMF1 Proteins) family protein
Claudin-4 expression shows age-dependent change in cellular localization on pig jejunal villous epithelial cells
These findings indicate that claudin-4 and -7 may play a role in the gingiva junctional epithelium even in the absence of tight junctions.
This gene encodes an integral membrane protein, which belongs to the claudin family. The protein is a component of tight junction strands and may play a role in internal organ development and function during pre- and postnatal life. This gene is deleted in Williams-Beuren syndrome, a neurodevelopmental disorder affecting multiple systems.
, claudin 4
, Clostridium perfringens enterotoxin receptor 1
, Williams-Beuren syndrome chromosomal region 8 protein
, clostridium perfringens enterotoxin receptor
, tight junction-associated protein
, uncharacterized protein LOC73934