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review of CARP (show CA8 ELISA Kits), including its discovery, structure, and the role it plays in cardiac development and heart diseases [review]
These data suggest that hepatitis C virus coopts ANKRD1 for its own propagation and up-regulation of ANKRD1 may contribute to hepatitis C virus-mediated liver pathogenesis.
To the Ankrd1, it is not responsive to the cardiotoxic drug Doxorubicin, suggesting that different mechanisms govern their expression in cardiac cells.
The association of ANKRD1 with antiapoptotic response suggests its role as myocyte survival factor during late stage heart disease, warranting further studies on ANKRD1 during end-stage heart failure.
Report structure activity relationships for ANKRD1.
ANKRD1 has a significant role in the regulation of apoptosis in human ovarian cancer cells
Augmented CARP (show CA8 ELISA Kits) expression may be a common molecular event in failing hearts regardless of cardiomyopathic aetiology.
Report impact of ANKRD1 mutations associated with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy on contraction parameters of engineered heart tissue.
the 26S proteasome (show Psmd4 ELISA Kits) is the dominant regulator of Ankrd1/CARP degradation, and that Ankrd1/CARP half-life is significantly longer in cardiomyocytes (h) than endothelial cells (min).
Ankrd1 and desmin (show DES ELISA Kits) may play important roles in airway smooth muscle cell homeostasis.
The results suggest that CARP can protect against hypoxia-reperfusion induced cardiomyocyte apoptosis, possibly through increasing anti-apoptosis Bcl2 (show BCL2 ELISA Kits) gene expression.
Overexpression of Ankrd1 exacerbates pathological cardiac remodeling through the enhancement of cytosolic translocation of CARP and up-regulation of calcineurin.
ANKRD1 modulates inflammatory responses in myoblasts through feedback inhibition of NF-kappaB (show NFKB1 ELISA Kits) signaling activity.
ANKRD1 is important for the proper interaction of fibroblasts with a compliant collagenous matrix both in vitro and in vivo
Overexpression of Ankrd1 exacerbates pathological cardiac dysfunction through enhancement of cardiomyocyte apoptosis mediated by the up-regulation of p53 (show TP53 ELISA Kits).
CARP, Ankrd2 (show ANKRD2 ELISA Kits), and DARP (show Ankrd23 ELISA Kits) are not essential for normal cardiac development and function at basal conditions and in response to mechanical pressure overload.
ANKRD1, in association with factors such as nucleolin (show NCL ELISA Kits), represses MMP13 (show MMP13 ELISA Kits) transcription. Ankrd1 deletion additionally relieved MMP10 (show MMP10 ELISA Kits) transcriptional repression
CARP attenuates cardiac hypertrophy, in which the ERK (show EPHB2 ELISA Kits) and TGF-beta (show TGFB1 ELISA Kits) pathways may be involved. Our findings highlight the significance of CARP as an anti-hypertrophic factor in therapy of cardiac hypertrophy
CARP is expressed during adulthood in response to neurological stimuli, such as kainic acid-induced seizures.
Data show that CARP specific expressed in mouse heart and mainly localized in the nucleus in rat cardiac primary cells.
Expression analysis in porcine satellite cells showed that CARP and ANKRD2 (show ANKRD2 ELISA Kits) were induced in differentiated porcine satellite cells, suggesting a role of them in myogenic differentiation.
endogenous ANKRD1 and calsequestrin are co-enriched in piglet cardiac Purkinje cells
CAPZB (show CAPZB ELISA Kits), ANKRD1, and CTBP2 (show CTBP2 ELISA Kits) are promoted as candidate genes for meat quality that provide a link between signal pathways.
The protein encoded by this gene is localized to the nucleus of endothelial cells and is induced by IL-1 and TNF-alpha stimulation. Studies in rat cardiomyocytes suggest that this gene functions as a transcription factor. Interactions between this protein and the sarcomeric proteins myopalladin and titin suggest that it may also be involved in the myofibrillar stretch-sensor system.
ankyrin repeat domain 1 (cardiac muscle)
, cardiac ankyrin repeat protein
, ankyrin repeat domain-containing protein 1
, ankyrin-like repeat protein
, cardiac adriamycin-responsive protein
, cardiac responsive adriamycin protein
, muscle ankyrin repeat protein
, cytokine-inducible gene C-193 protein
, cytokine-inducible nuclear protein
, liver ankyrin repeat domain 1