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OPHN1 encodes a Rho-GTPase-activating protein that promotes GTP hydrolysis of Rho subfamily members. Additionally we are shipping Oligophrenin 1 Antibodies (12) and Oligophrenin 1 Kits (3) and many more products for this protein.
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A neuronal stem cell-based model for the treatment of OPHN1 syndrome and other neurological disorders due to ROCK dysfunction.
results suggest that oligophrenin-1 is involved in tumor progression in prostate cancer
This is the first description of an in-frame deletion within the BAR domain of OPHN1 and could provide new insights into the role of this domain in relation to brain and cognitive development or function.
Our results demonstrate that multiple post-transcriptional events occur on OPHN1, a gene playing an important role in brain function and development.
In response to GPVI (show GP6 Proteins) stimulation, OPHN1 becomes phosphorylated at Tyr370 and plays a role in the formation of filopodia during platelet spreading on collagen.
Several genes expressed at exceptionally high levels were identified associated with early oocyte development, TMEFF2, the Rho-GTPase-activating protein oligophrenin 1 (OPHN1) and the mitochondrial-encoded ATPase6 (ATP6).
This mutation determines the production of a mutant oligophrenin 1 protein with 16 extra amino acids inserted in-frame in the N-terminal BAR (Bin1 (show BIN1 Proteins)/amphiphysin (show AMPH Proteins)/Rvs167) domain. (oligophrenin 1 protein )
Data suggest that OPHN1 defect may be an important contributory factor to XLMR (show DLG3 Proteins).
The OPHN1 gene plays a role during the development of the human cerebellum.
Oligophrenin 1 mutations were found in 12% (2/17) of individuals with mental retardatin and known cerebellar anomalies and in 1% (2/196) of the X-linked mental retardation group.
Identify OPHN1 as an important regulator of platelet cytoskeletal reorganization and thrombus formation.
OPHN1 is a bifunctional protein that is able, through distinct mechanisms, to regulate and most likely link exocytosis to compensatory endocytosis in chromaffin cells.
OPHN1 is a powerful regulator of Rho GTPase (show RACGAP1 Proteins) activity in platelets that is critical for the reorganization of the cytoskeleton, which is a major process required for stable platelet adhesion and thrombus formation to occur.
Ophn1 is involved in processes of normal retinal vessel function during adulthood.
our data establish a role for rapid OPHN1 synthesis in mGluR (show GRM8 Proteins) long-term depression.
The results of this study indicated the presence of a circadian oscillator in the hippocampus, involving the clock gene Bmal1 (show ARNTL Proteins) (also known as Arntl (show ARNTL Proteins)), that is modulated by Rev-erbalpha (show NR1D1 Proteins) and requires oligophrenin-1 for normal oscillation.
Oligophrenin-1 is expressed in developing CNS areas that evince synaptic plasticity. OPHN1 is expressed in both glial and neuronal cells, where it colocalizes with actin at the tip of growing neurites.
This study indicates that cognitive impairment related to OPHN1 loss of function is associated with both presynaptic and postsynaptic alterations.
Loss of OPHN1 leads to the activation of the RhoA (show RHOA Proteins)/ROCK signaling pathway.
Results sugest that reduced or defective OPHN1 signaling impairs synaptic vesicle cycling at hippocampal synapses.
This gene encodes a Rho-GTPase-activating protein that promotes GTP hydrolysis of Rho subfamily members. Rho proteins are important mediators of intracellular signal transduction, which affects cell migration and cell morphogenesis. Mutations in this gene are responsible for OPHN1-related X-linked mental retardation with cerebellar hypoplasia and distinctive facial dysmorhphism.
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, oligophrenin-1, Rho-GTPase activating protein