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Mouse (Murine) EPO Protein expressed in CHO Cells - ABIN2666935
Shoemaker, Mitsock: Murine erythropoietin gene: cloning, expression, and human gene homology. in Molecular and cellular biology 1986
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Rat (Rattus) EPO Protein expressed in CHO Cells - ABIN2666807
Nagao, Suga, Okano, Masuda, Narita, Ikura, Sasaki: Nucleotide sequence of rat erythropoietin. in Biochimica et biophysica acta 1992
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Mouse (Murine) EPO Protein expressed in Escherichia coli (E. coli) - ABIN1305139
JACOBSON, GOLDWASSER, FRIED, PLZAK: Role of the kidney in erythropoiesis. in Nature 1957
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Human EPO Protein expressed in CHO Cells - ABIN2666933
Chin, Yu, Beleslin-Cokic, Liu, Shen, Mohrenweiser, Noguchi: Production and processing of erythropoietin receptor transcripts in brain. in Brain research. Molecular brain research 2000
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Human EPO Protein expressed in Wheat germ - ABIN1352975
Zhang, Wang, Wang, Shi, Deng, Fu: rhEPO/EPO discrimination with ultrasensitive electrochemical biosensor based on sandwich-type nano-Au/ZnO sol-gel/nano-Au signal amplification. in Biosensors & bioelectronics 2013
Human EPO Protein expressed in HEK-293 Cells - ABIN2181033
FRIED, GOLDWASSER, JACOBSON, PLZAK: Studies on erythropoiesis. III. Factors controlling erythropoietin production. in Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine (New York, N.Y.) 1957
Data show that erythropoietin (EPO) mRNA was upregulated in the lung, from the metamorphic climax (stage 60) onward.
this paper shows that Epo could directly down-regulate pro-inflammatory T cell responses without affecting T cell activation status
findings suggest that erythropoietin levels in anemia of unknown etiology, although elevated, remain inappropriately low, particularly when compared with other forms of anemia. This suggests a relative erythropoietin deficiency or a blunted erythroid cell response.
Plasma IGFBP-1 (show IGFBPI Proteins) was significantly associated with plasma EPO concentration in acute kidney injury, suggesting an unknown mechanism related to systemic stress conditions for EPO regulation in AKI.
Our results suggest that EPO/EPOR (show EPOR Proteins) pathway promotes gastric cancer formation, proliferation, migration, and decreases apoptosis
These results suggest that both EpoR (show EPOR Proteins)-positive and EpoR (show EPOR Proteins)-negative cancer cells could be regulated by exogenous Epo. However, an increased response to erythropoietin was observed in the EpoR (show EPOR Proteins)-positive cells. Thus, erythropoietin increases the risk of tumor progression in colon cancer and should not be used to treat anemia in this type of cancer.
Overexpression of EPO is associated with clear cell renal cell carcinoma (show MOK Proteins).
EPO may play an important role in stem cell mobilization through up regulating HGF (show HGF Proteins) in mesenchymal stem cells and inducing migration of hematopoietic stem/progenitor cells
A review of contemporary aspects of EPO relating to chronic liver disease. [review]
Hepatic EPO synthesis is not enhanced in cirrhosis.
Conclusion: Anemia in cancers was not because of inadequate Epo or Fe levels, but because of improper Epo response.
findings reveal a novel function of LRRK2 (show LRRK2 Proteins) in regulating EPO expression and imply a potentially novel relationship between PD genes and hematopoiesis.
PI3K, MAPK/ERK (show MAPK1 Proteins) 1 (show MAPK3 Proteins)/2, and p38 (show CRK Proteins)-signaling proteins are not the main regulators of local production of erythropoietin after 30% loss of circulating blood volume.
The here presented data unearthed EPO-dependent erythroferrone expression acts as an erythropoiesis-driven regulator of iron metabolism under phenylhydrazine-induced hemolytic anemia.
genetic analysis suggests that tubulointerstitial cellular crosstalk modulates renal EPO production under conditions of epithelial HIF activation in the kidney.
DNA methyltransferase (show DNMT1 Proteins) inhibition restores erythropoietin production in fibrotic murine kidneys
Midazolam suppresses hypoxia-induced up-regulation of EPO in brain.
erythropoietin activates AKT (show AKT1 Proteins), which phosphorylates GATA-1 (show GATA1 Proteins) at Ser310, thereby increasing GATA-1 (show GATA1 Proteins) affinity for FOG-1 (show ZFPM1 Proteins)
a novel RIPC mechanism in which inhibition of infarct size by RIPC is produced through the renal nerve-mediated reduction of RBF (show ATP5I Proteins) associated with activation of the HIF1alpha (show HIF1A Proteins)-EPO pathway.
Our data suggest that EPO-alpha and EPO-Z are not biosimilars for the wound healing effects. The higher efficacy of EPO-alpha might be likely due to its different conformational structure leading to a more efficient cell proliferation and skin remodelling.
this study proposes a chemically regulated system of erythropoiesis that can be used as part of a peroral therapeutic strategy to treat Epo-deficiency anemia and provides us with the molecular mechanisms explaining the activation of the Epo-EpoR (show EPOR Proteins) system
EPO might play a role as a survival factor or as a mitogen in developing cartilage tissue.
Pyruvate-fortified cardioplegia evokes myocardial erythropoietin signaling in swine undergoing cardiopulmonary bypass.
A single intramuscular injection of recombinant adeno (show ADORA2A Proteins)-associated virus carrying mutant Epo (R76E) preserves retinal ganglion cells and visual function in glaucomatous mice.
The zebrafish epo cDNA was cloned and the expression of zepo mRNA was mainly in the heart and liver.
characterization of zebrafish epo and epor (show EPOR Proteins) demonstrates the conservation of an ancient program that ensures proper red blood cell numbers during normal homeostasis and under hypoxic conditions
This gene is a member of the EPO/TPO family and encodes a secreted, glycosylated cytokine composed of four alpha helical bundles. The protein is found in the plasma and regulates red cell production by promoting erythroid differentiation and initiating hemoglobin synthesis. This protein also has neuroprotective activity against a variety of potential brain injuries and antiapoptotic functions in several tissue types.