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ACTN encodes a member of the alpha-actin binding protein gene family.
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The present study provides novel findings associating the ACTN3 (show ACTN3 ELISA Kits) R577X polymorphism with physiological variables that are connected to endurance performance.
study strengthens the hypothesis that ACTN2 (show ACTN2 ELISA Kits) influences caries risk.
Our results suggest that the ACTN3 (show ACTN3 ELISA Kits) R577X genotype is associated with lower-extremity muscle function in the Japanese population.
New insights that have been made in understanding the molecular mechanisms that underlie the consequences of alpha-actinin-3 (show ACTN3 ELISA Kits) deficiency.
F-actin and cell-matrix adhesions differently affect membrane dynamics and cell migration.
The ACTN3 (show ACTN3 ELISA Kits) R577X is associated with acute ankle sprains in this study.
This study aimed at determining the influence of the ACTN3 (show ACTN3 ELISA Kits) R577X polymorphism on muscle strength and muscle endurance in non-athletic young men
Authors present a simple and cost-efficient method to genotype the ACTN3 (show ACTN3 ELISA Kits) r577x polymorphism by a single PCR.
The ACTN3 (show ACTN3 ELISA Kits) R577X polymorphism is associated with cardiometabolic fitness in healthy young adults.
This suggests that the ACTN3 (show ACTN3 ELISA Kits) gene has a greater impact on determining dynamic movements than influencing static muscle strength.
This gene encodes a member of the alpha-actin binding protein gene family. The encoded protein is primarily expressed in skeletal muscle and functions as a structural component of sarcomeric Z line. This protein is involved in crosslinking actin containing thin filaments. An allelic polymorphism in this gene results in both coding and non-coding variants. The reference genome contains the non-coding allele. The non-functional allele of this gene is associated with elite athlete status.
F-actin cross-linking protein
, alpha-actinin skeletal muscle