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TTC9 encodes a protein that contains three tetratricopeptide repeats.
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It is plausible therefore that TTC9A negatively regulates ERalpha (show ESR1 Proteins) activity through interacting with co-chaperone proteins such as FKBP38 (show FKBP8 Proteins) and FKBP51 (show FKBP4 Proteins).
TTC9A acts as a chaperone protein to facilitate the function of tropomyosins (including Tm5NM (show TPM3 Proteins)-1) in stabilizing microfilament and it may play a role in cancer cell invasion and metastasis
Together with the observation that TTC9A is a direct ERalpha (show ESR1 Proteins) target gene, this study proposes that the fall and rise of TTC9A levels during lactation and involution is caused by the changes of ERalpha (show ESR1 Proteins) activity that is in turn regulated by the factors in the microenvironment.
Though the function of TTC9 is not yet clear, the susceptibility of its protein level to biological and chemical agents suggests that TTC9 is a biologically significant protein.
This gene encodes a protein that contains three tetratricopeptide repeats. The gene has been shown to be hormonally regulated in breast cancer cells and may play a role in cancer cell invasion and metastasis.
TPR repeat protein 9A
, tetratricopeptide repeat protein 9A