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PDLIM5 encodes a member of a family of proteins that possess a 100-amino acid PDZ domain at the N terminus and one to three LIM domains at the C-terminus. Additionally we are shipping PDZ and LIM Domain 5 Antibodies (61) and PDZ and LIM Domain 5 Kits (1) and many more products for this protein.
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findings show the temporal & spatial expression patterns of the 3 Enigma (show PDLIM7 Proteins) family members & their PDZ & LIM domain encoding splice forms during embryogenesis
It can be deduced that the nonsynonymous rs7690296 polymorphism of PDLIM5 could play an important role in the pathophysiology of both bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.
PDLIM5 (rs17021918,T), SLC22A3 (show OCT3 Proteins) (rs9364554,C) and NKX3-1 (show NKX3-1 Proteins) (rs1512268,A) SNPs might not be associated with prostate cancer in Chinese men.
The significant difference in expression of PDLIM5 mRNA in the peripheral blood leukocytes of treatment-naive bipolar (BPD) patients versus that of healthy control subjects suggests that it may be a good biological marker for BPD.
LIM domains have a novel molecular function: the regulation of PKC activities in a PKC isoform-specific manner.
Altered expression of LIM was found in brains and lymphoblastoid cells from patients with bipolar disorder.
It is confirmed a decreased expression of LIM in the lymphoblastoid cell lines from patients with bipolar I disorder and schizophrenia.
Western blot studies of muscle tissues revealed that ENH4 is present only in skeletal muscle and there is a specific distribution of ENH members between skeletal and cardiac muscles, which is different in human and mouse.
ENH is a restraining factor of the oncogenic activity of inhibitor of DNA binding 2 proteins in neural tumors
Our investigation indicates that the lower expression levels of LIM mRNA in the peripheral leukocytes are associated with the depressive state and that its recovery after treatment may be an adaptive change induced by the antidepressant.
We suggest that the higher expression levels of the PDLIM5 mRNA in the peripheral leukocytes may be a candidate marker for medication-free schizophrenic patients.
Cypher (show LDB3 Proteins) and ENH redundantly play an essential role in sustaining Z-line structure from the earliest stages of cardiac function, and are redundantly required to maintain normal embryonic heart function and embryonic viability.
PDLIM5 is involved in psychiatric disorders, including mood disorders
ENH1 with multiple protein-protein interaction modules is essential for differentiation of striated (show NSDHL Proteins) muscles, whereas ectopic expression of LIM domain-less ENH disrupts normal muscle differentiation.
coordinated and stepwise splicing transitions result in the production of specific ENH transcripts in mature striated (show NSDHL Proteins) muscles.
Deletion of ENH leads to destabilization of this protein complex and dilated cardiomyopathy in mice.
Antagonistic splice variants of enigma (show PDLIM7 Proteins) may play a central role in the adaptive changes of the link between mechanical stress-sensing and signalling occurring during embryonic development and/or heart hypertrophy.
These results identify Enigma as a novel APS-binding protein and suggest that the APS/Enigma complex plays a critical role in actin cytoskeleton organisation.
This gene encodes a member of a family of proteins that possess a 100-amino acid PDZ domain at the N terminus and one to three LIM domains at the C-terminus. This family member functions as a scaffold protein that tethers protein kinases to the Z-disk in striated muscles. It is thought to function in cardiomyocyte expansion and in restraining postsynaptic growth of excitatory synapses. Alternative splicing of this gene results in multiple transcript variants.
PDZ and LIM domain 5
, enigma homolog
, PDZ and LIM domain protein 5-like
, PDZ and LIM domain protein 5
, enigma-like LIM domain protein
, enigma-like PDZ and LIM domains protein