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Human Monoclonal PPOX Primary Antibody for IHC (p), RNAi - ABIN562343
Crooks, Ghosh, Haller, Tong, Rouault: Posttranslational stability of the heme biosynthetic enzyme ferrochelatase is dependent on iron availability and intact iron-sulfur cluster assembly machinery. in Blood 2010
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Cow (Bovine) Polyclonal PPOX Primary Antibody for WB - ABIN2786509
de Vooght, van Wijk, van Solinge: GATA-1 binding sites in exon 1 direct erythroid-specific transcription of PPOX. in Gene 2008
The findings of this study suggest an important role of orexin (show OX Antibodies) in brain areas involved in anxiety
In ORX-KO mice, the ultradian episodic changes in locomotor activity, EEG arousal indices and body temperature were significantly attenuated, but the ultradian patterning was preserved. Findings suggest that the ultradian pattern is common across species and that orexin contributes to driving ultradian episodic changes, however, this neuropeptide is not essential for ultradian pattern generation.
OXA and OX1R (show HCRTR1 Antibodies) are expressed in the testis and that they may help in proliferation and development of germ cells, Leydig cells and Sertoli cells, and in the spermatogenic process and steroidogenesis.
Results thus suggest that type 1 diabetes mellitus impairs testicular steroidogenesis and glucose homeostasis through inhibition of orexin A/OX1R (show HCRTR1 Antibodies) signaling cascade due to decreased OX1R (show HCRTR1 Antibodies) expression in adult mice, thereby affecting germ cell survival and their proliferation in the testis.
Binding of OXA to OX1R (show HCRTR1 Antibodies) is important for the development of the testis.
Results suggest that orexin A bidirectionally modulates hippocampal CA1 (show CA1 Antibodies) synaptic plasticity, inhibiting long-term potentiation via OX1Rs at moderate concentrations while inducing re-potentiation via OX1Rs and OX2Rs, possibly through phospholipase C (show PLC Antibodies) and adenylyl cyclase-protein kinase A signaling at sub-nanomolar concentrations
DYN (show PDYN Antibodies)-A(2-17) interacts with orexin A in the paraventricular hypothalamic nucleus to modulate food intake in mice.
Awake dynamics and brain-wide direct inputs of hypothalamic MCH (show PMCH Antibodies) and orexin/hypocretin (show OX Antibodies) networks have been discovered.
Histamine Transmission Modulates the Phenotype of Murine Narcolepsy Caused by Orexin (show OX Antibodies) Neuron Deficiency
observation that inhibition of the Orexin (show OX Antibodies)-1 receptor signaling blunted binge-like Ethanol, and saccharin drinking suggests that reward-related Orexin (show OX Antibodies) circuits participate in the consumption of salient reinforcers regardless of calories.
the regulation of PPOX (show OX Antibodies) gene expression can also occur through a post-transcriptional modulation of the amount of gene product and this modulation can be mediated by 5' untranslated exon 1.
GAPDH (show GAPDH Antibodies) and protoporphyrinogen oxidase were shown to have higher expression in faster growing cell lines and primary tumors. Pharmacologic inhibition of GAPDH (show GAPDH Antibodies) or PPOX (show OX Antibodies) reduced the growth of colon cancer cells in vitro
Variegate porphyria is the result of decreased protoporphyrinogen oxidase activity. Diet supplementation with vitamins E and C restores PPOX (show OX Antibodies) gene expression in lymphocytes of variegate porphyria patients.
in the hepatic cancer tissue of two acute porphyria patients, somatic second-hit mutations result in nearly complete inactivation of PPOX (show OX Antibodies) and HMBS (show HMBS Antibodies)
The c.851G>T and the c.1013C>G of PPOX (show OX Antibodies) gene were found in two and four unrelated families respectively. 1 experienced only photosensitivity, 1 only neurological symptoms and the 2 both clinical manifestations.
The mutation 1082-1083insC(1 base pair insertion at position 1082) in exon 10 of the PPOX (show OX Antibodies) gene was prevalent in the Swiss population.
findings emphasize the usefulness of MLPA analysis as a complement to PPOX (show OX Antibodies) gene sequencing analysis for comprehensive genetic diagnostics in patients with variegate prophyria
Information required for targeting to the mitochondria is contained within the first 250 amino acid residues of human PPOX (show OX Antibodies).
Modulation of penetrance by the wild-type allele in dominantly inherited erythrohepatic and acute hepatic porphyrias was studied using PPOX (show OX Antibodies).
Protoporphyrinogen oxidase targeting mechanism to the mitochondrion.
determined significant differences in the proteomes of freshly ingested down boli corresponding to the presence or absence of active PPO. These results show that in the presence of PPO the forage protein is less amenable to proteolysis and provide the novel information that the protected proteins are putatively chloroplastically located.
The tetrapyrrole biosynthetic enzyme PPO1 is required for plastid RNA editing.
This gene encodes the penultimate enzyme of heme biosynthesis, which catalyzes the 6-electron oxidation of protoporphyrinogen IX to form protoporphyrin IX. Mutations in this gene cause variegate porphyria, an autosomal dominant disorder of heme metabolism resulting from a deficiency in protoporphyrinogen oxidase, an enzyme located on the inner mitochondrial membrane. Alternatively spliced transcript variants encoding the same protein have been identified.
, orexin A
, orexin B
, protoporhyrinogen oxidase