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NONO encodes an RNA-binding protein which plays various roles in the nucleus, including transcriptional regulation and RNA splicing. Additionally we are shipping NONO Antibodies (117) and NONO Kits (5) and many more products for this protein.
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High expression of P54 (show DDX6 Proteins) is associated with breast cancer.
The present study indicates that p54nrb is a powerful molecule involved in the regulation of cell motility and promotes the migration and invasion of THP1 cells, and it is more likely to be involved in the release of inflammatory mediators and the motility of inflammatory cells.
p54(nrb) is a novel regulator of SREBP-1a in the nucleus, and the data suggest that p54(nrb) regulation of SREBP-1a supports the increased cellular demand of lipids for breast cancer growth.
Data uncover a new role for NONO in mediating the cellular response to UV-induced DNA damage.
p54nrb and hnRNPM knockdown silences the FGF1 promoter-dependent accumulation of mRNA during myoblast differentiation.
Subnuclear re-localization of SOX10 (show SOX10 Proteins) and p54NRB correlates with a unique neurological phenotype associated with SOX10 (show SOX10 Proteins) missense mutations
These data suggest that NonO negatively regulates HIV-1 infection in CD4 (show CD4 Proteins)(+) T cells, highlighting the importance of host proteins associated with HIV-1 preintegration complexes in regulating viral replication.
Mutations in NONO led to defects at inhibitory synapses in intellectual disability syndrome.
Patients with aortic dissection (AD)exhibited significantly decreased expression of P54(nrb) /NonO. The significant correlation between P54(nrb) /NonO and collagen may point to novel thinking about collagen metabolism research in AD aorta.
silencing p54(nrb)/NONO expression in H295R human adrenocortical cells decreases the ability of the cells to increase intracellular cAMP production and subsequent cortisol biosynthesis in response to adrenocorticotropin hormone (ACTH (show POMC Proteins)) stimulation.
mechanisms have therapeutic implications for reducing beta-cell proliferation in insulinomas by inhibiting phospho-HLXB9 or its interaction with Nono and modulating the expression of its direct (Cblb) or indirect (c-Met) targets
Cytoplasmic granule containing HERMES (show CD44 Proteins), NonO, PSF (show IL-3 Proteins), and G3BP1 (show G3BP1 Proteins) is a neuronal RNA-protein granule that is transported in neurites during retinal differentiation.
Quantitative proteomics reveals dynamic interaction of JNK (show MAPK8 Proteins) with RNA transport granule proteins Sfpq and Nono during neuronal differentiation
We analyzed the expression of sperm-specific Akap3 and the potential regulatory factors of its protein synthesis during mouse spermiogenesis.
NONO genetic insufficiency led to upregulation of PSPC1, which replaced NONO in a stable complex with SFPQ.
Dsta indicate that NONO bound to p16-Ink4A cell cycle checkpoint gene and potentiated its circadian activation in a PER protein-dependent fashion.
Basal and cyclic AMP (show TMPRSS5 Proteins)-induced Rbp4 (show RBP4 Proteins) transcription is regulated by a multiprotein complex that is similar to ones that modulate expression of genes of steroid hormone biosynthesis.
p54nrb is a target of the peptidylprolyl isomerase Pin1 (show PIN1 Proteins), suggesting that it may be regulated by phosphorylation-dependent conformational changes as many other nuclear proteins upon entry into mitosis
identified two proteins, NONO and WDR5 (show WDR5 Proteins), that can associate with the mammalian PER1 protein; data suggest that NONO probably operates antagonistically to PER proteins in mammalian cells, and that it is essential to normal circadian rhythmicity
PSPC1 (show PSPC1 Proteins), NONO, and SFPQ form complexes with each other in Sertoli cells and may regulate androgen receptor (show AR Proteins)-mediated transcriptional activity
This gene encodes an RNA-binding protein which plays various roles in the nucleus, including transcriptional regulation and RNA splicing. A rearrangement between this gene and the transcription factor E3 gene has been observed in papillary renal cell carcinoma. Alternatively spliced transcript variants have been described. Pseudogenes exist on Chromosomes 2 and 16.
54 kDa nuclear RNA- and DNA-binding protein
, 55 kDa nuclear protein
, DNA-binding p52/p100 complex, 52 kDa subunit
, non-POU domain-containing octamer (ATGCAAAT) binding protein
, non-POU domain-containing octamer-binding protein
, non-POU-domain-containing, octamer-binding protein
, 54 kD nuclear RNA-binding protein