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Human Polyclonal ERP44 Primary Antibody for ELISA, WB - ABIN408713
Anelli, Ceppi, Bergamelli, Cortini, Masciarelli, Valetti, Sitia: Sequential steps and checkpoints in the early exocytic compartment during secretory IgM biogenesis. in The EMBO journal 2007
Results show that ERp44 binds the oxidized but not the reduced form of Prx4 (show PRDX4 Antibodies); the ERp44-Prx4 (show PRDX4 Antibodies) complex is formed via thiol-disulfide interchange reactions, and its crystal structure reveals a redox-dependent recognition.
Endogenous ERp44 is O-glycosylated and secreted by human primary endometrial cells, suggesting possible pathophysiological roles of these processes.
findings indicated that overexpression of miR (show MLXIP Antibodies)-101 could downregulate ERp44
the decrease in 5-HT (show DDC Antibodies) uptake rates of GDM trophoblast is the consequence of defective insulin (show INS Antibodies) signaling, which entraps SERT (show SLC6A4 Antibodies) with ERp44 and impairs its glycosylation.
Data indicate that protein disulfide isomerase (PDI (show P4HB Antibodies)) and ERp44 dynamically localize Ero1alpha and peroxiredoxin 4 (show PRDX4 Antibodies) in early secretory compartment (ESC).
The ERp44 assembly control cycle couples secretion fidelity and efficiency downstream of the calnexin (show CANX Antibodies)/calreticulin (show CALR Antibodies) and BiP (show GDF10 Antibodies)-dependent quality control cycles.
ERp44 together with Ero1-Lalpha plays an important role in disulfide formation of SERT (show SLC6A4 Antibodies), which may be a prerequisite step for the assembly of SERT (show SLC6A4 Antibodies) molecules in oligomeric form.
contains a thioredoxin (show TXN Antibodies) domain with a CRFS motif and is induced during ER stress
Ero1alpha and Ero1beta are retained in the endoplasmic reticulum by interactions with PDI (show PADI1 Antibodies) and ERp44
ERGIC-53 (show LMAN1 Antibodies) provides a platform that receives micro(2)L(2) subunits from the BiP (show GDF10 Antibodies)-dependent checkpoint, assisting polymerization. In this process, ERp44 couples thiol-dependent assembly and quality control.
ERp44 plays a critical role in embryonic heart development and is crucial in regulating cardiac cell Ca(2 (show CA2 Antibodies)+) signaling, ER stress, ROS (show ROS1 Antibodies)-induced oxidative stress, and activation of the intrinsic mitochondrial apoptosis pathway.
ERp44 exclusively recognizes and converts assembly-trapped adiponectin (show ADIPOQ Antibodies) intermediates back to precursors of the biologically potent high molecular weight form.
Data show that endoplasmic reticulum protein 44 (ERp44) forms a mixed disulfide bond with aminopeptidase (show ANPEP Antibodies) ERAP1 (show ERAP1 Antibodies) and controls the release of ERAP1 (show ERAP1 Antibodies) in a redox-dependent manner to control blood pressure.
Data suggest that ERp44 and Ero1-lalpha play a major role in the assembly of higher-order adiponectin (show ADIPOQ Antibodies) complexes, and highlight the importance of posttranslational events controlling adiponectin (show ADIPOQ Antibodies) levels and the release of adiponectin (show ADIPOQ Antibodies) from adipocytes.
Tissue distribution analysis of Ero1L (show ERO1L Antibodies) and ERp44 genes revealed extremely high expression in adipose tissue, and the topology of their phylogenic tree indicates a high degree of conservation among different species.
Results indicated that PPARgamma (show PPARG Antibodies) is an essential regulatory factor for the transcriptional activity of ERp44, which in turn controls the secretion of adiponectin (show ADIPOQ Antibodies).
Mediates thiol-dependent retention in the early secretory pathway, forming mixed disulfides with substrate proteins through its conserved CRFS motif. Inhibits the calcium channel activity of ITPR1. May have a role in the control of oxidative protein folding in the endoplasmic reticulum. Required to retain ERO1L and ERO1LB in the endoplasmic reticulum (By similarity).
endoplasmic reticulum protein 44
, endoplasmic reticulum resident protein 44-like
, ER protein 44
, endoplasmic reticulum resident protein 44
, endoplasmic reticulum resident protein 44 kDa
, protein disulfide isomerase family A, member 10
, thioredoxin domain containing 4 (endoplasmic reticulum)
, thioredoxin domain-containing protein 4
, endoplasmic reticulum resident protein ERp44
, endoplasmic reticulum resident protein 44kDa