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STEAP Family Member 4 Proteins (STEAP4)
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1110021O17Rik, AI481214, MGC68826, MGC108044, STAMP2, steap4, Tiarp, Tnfaip9
list all proteins Gene Name GeneID UniProt
STEAP4 79689 Q687X5
STEAP4 117167 Q923B6
Rat STEAP4 STEAP4 499991 Q4V8K1

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Human STEAP Family Member 4 (STEAP4) interaction partners

  1. a down regulation of STEAP4 and up-regulation of HIF-1alpha (show HIF1A Proteins) are observed in morbidly obese patients

  2. The expression of TNFAIP9 significantly decreased in the adipose tissue of obese children, and its levels are closely related to blood lipid level, insulin (show INS Proteins) resistance, and obesity.

  3. the expression of STEAP4 was significantly downregulated in the adipose tissue of obese children.

  4. Some SNPs of the STEAP4 gene altered the risk of developing a metabolic syndrome in the Han Chinese population.

  5. These data suggest that STAMP2 is required for prostate cancer progression and thus may serve as a novel therapeutic target.

  6. Our results show increased mRNA expression of STEAP4 and NGAL (show LCN2 Proteins) in human visceral adipose tissue in obese patients.

  7. Our findings revealed that STAMP2 gene polymorphisms are likely to significantly contribute to the risk of MetS in male Han Chinese population.

  8. three polymorphisms (rs8122, rs1981529 and rs34741656) of STAMP2 gene may be not related with type 2 diabetes mellitus in Xinjiang Uygur population

  9. STEAP4 was highly induced in human adipose cells differentiated in the presence of 1,25D.

  10. STAMP2 antagonizes HBx-mediated hepatocyte dysfunction, thereby protecting hepatocytes from hepatitis B virus gene expression.

Mouse (Murine) STEAP Family Member 4 (STEAP4) interaction partners

  1. hepatic STAMP2 plays a pivotal role in preventing HFD-induced NAFLD and that STAMP2 overexpression improves hepatic steatosis and insulin resistance in NAFLD.

  2. Data show that high glucose increased protein-protein interaction between Steap4 and S100B (show S100B Proteins) in mesangial (MES13) cells.

  3. STAMP2 overexpression could exert a protective effect on diabetic atherosclerosis by reducing IR and diminishing macrophage apoptosis

  4. STAMP2 gene overexpression may improve insulin (show INS Proteins) resistance via regulating macrophage polarization in visceral and brown adipose tissues.

  5. Stamp1 (show STEAP2 Proteins) and Stamp2 play critical roles in adipogenesis, but through different mechanisms. [Stamp2, mouse]

  6. that Steap4, a member of the six-transmembrane epithelial antigen of prostate (Steap (show STEAP1 Proteins)) family proteins, is an endosomal ferrireductase with a critical role in cellular iron utilization in osteoclasts.

  7. TIARP acts as a negative regulator of arthritis by suppressing IL-6 (show IL6 Proteins) production, its signaling and TNFalpha (show TNF Proteins)-induced NF-kappaB (show NFKB1 Proteins) signaling, resulting in enhanced apoptosis in macrophages.

  8. Stamp2 is detected in mouse and human atherosclerotic plaques, and its deficiency promotes atherosclerosis in mice.

  9. analysis of the regulation of hepatic six transmembrane epithelial antigen of prostate 4 (STEAP4) expression by STAT3 (show STAT3 Proteins) and CCAAT/enhancer-binding protein alpha (show CEBPA Proteins)

  10. Tiarp is stimulated by tumor necrosis factor-alpha (show TNF Proteins) in adipocytes.

Pig (Porcine) STEAP Family Member 4 (STEAP4) interaction partners

  1. our data demonstrated that C/EBPbeta (show CEBPB Proteins) directly regulates the roles of STEAP4 and its novel variant in attenuating lipogenesis, gluconeogenesis or/and inflammation

STEAP4 Protein Profile

Protein Summary

The protein encoded by this gene belongs to the STEAP (six transmembrane epithelial antigen of prostate) family, and resides in the golgi apparatus. It functions as a metalloreductase that has the ability to reduce both Fe(3+) to Fe(2+) and Cu(2+) to Cu(1+), using NAD(+) as acceptor. Studies in mice and human suggest that this gene maybe involved in adipocyte development and metabolism, and may contribute to the normal biology of the prostate cell, as well as prostate cancer progression. Alternatively spliced transcript variants encoding different isoforms have been found for this gene.

Alternative names and synonyms associated with STEAP4

  • STEAP family member 4 (steap4)
  • STEAP family member 4 (STEAP4)
  • STEAP family member 4 (Steap4)
  • 1110021O17Rik protein
  • AI481214 protein
  • MGC68826 protein
  • MGC108044 protein
  • STAMP2 protein
  • steap4 protein
  • Tiarp protein
  • Tnfaip9 protein

Protein level used designations for STEAP Family Member 4 Proteins (STEAP4)

STEAP family member 4 , metalloreductase STEAP4-like , tumor necrosis factor, alpha-induced protein 9 , metalloreductase STEAP4 , six transmembrane prostate protein 2 , six-transmembrane epithelial antigen of prostate 4 , sixTransMembrane protein of prostate 2 , tumor necrosis-alpha-induced adipose-related protein , Tnfa-induced adipose-related protein , dudulin 4 , dudulin-4 , tumor necrosis factor-alpha-induced adipose-related protein , Ab1-219 , six transmembrane epithelial antigen of the prostate 4

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