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may play a role in mineralization of tooth enamel matrix [RGD, Feb 2006].. Additionally we are shipping Amelogenin, X-Linked Kits (35) and Amelogenin, X-Linked Proteins (10) and many more products for this protein.
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Human Monoclonal AMELX Primary Antibody for ELISA, WB - ABIN513308
Crivelini, Felipini, Miyahara, de Sousa: Expression of odontogenic ameloblast-associated protein, amelotin, ameloblastin, and amelogenin in odontogenic tumors: immunohistochemical analysis and pathogenetic considerations. in Journal of oral pathology & medicine : official publication of the International Association of Oral Pathologists and the American Academy of Oral Pathology 2012
High AMEL expression is associated with Aggressiveness in Odontogenic Tumors.
Single nucleotide polymorphisms in the AMELX and AMBN (show AMBN Antibodies) genes may be genetic variants that contribute to developmental defects of enamel in primary dentition of Polish children.
To the best of our knowledge, this is the first report of expression of human amelogenin in plants, offering the possibility to use this plant-made protein for nanotechnological applications.
The calcium level was associated with genetic variations in AMELX, AMNB and ESRRB (show ESRRB Antibodies). AMELX and AMNB are involved in enamel mineralization. Mutations in both these genes are responsible for the amelogenesis imperfecta phenotype (OMIN), which supports their link with enamel alterations as well as enamel mineralization.
a single-nucleotide polymorphism in the amelogenin gene using amplified product-length polymorphisms in combination with sex-determining region Y (show SRY Antibodies) analysis, is reported.
Full-length amelogenin may have a negative mitogenic impact on human dental pulp stem cells.
suggestive overrepresentation of TT genotype of amelogenin marker in cases w/severe erosion when compared to no dentine erosion. Amelogenin also associated with severe erosion in recessive model; TT genotype significantly more frequent in affected group
Studies indicate that a single point mutation (41Pro-->Thr (show TRH Antibodies)) in the amelogenin gene causes severe dental enamel malformation known as amelogenesis imperfect.
silent mutation in exon 4 of AMELX gene. generating and characterizing transgenic animal model, alteration of the ratio and quantity of the developmentally conserved alternative splicing repertoire of AMELX caused defects in enamel matrix mineralization.
Conversion to amelogenin expressing dental epithelial cells involved an up-regulation of the stem cell marker Sox2 (show SOX2 Antibodies) and proliferation genes and decreased expression of mesenchymal markers
MMP20 (show MMP20 Antibodies) in a common ancestor of tetrapods might have been recruited for the processing of AMEL and conserved over 350 million years of evolution.
The maxillary incisors of Amelx-/- mutants indicated the increase of the frequency and number of labial (show LAT2 Antibodies) grooves with aging.
Results provide evidence that all three regions of amelogenin (N-terminus, C-terminus, central core) are required for enamel formation and structure.
an involvement of LRAP in lipid-raft-dependent signaling pathways are mediated by flotillin-1 (show FLOT1 Antibodies).
transcriptional activation of Amelx was associated with enhanced osteogenic differentiation, especially in the early stage of biomineralization
LRAP is primarily monomeric in solution, suggesting that the monomeric species may be an important functional form of some amelogenins.
AMELX may function as a growth factor-like molecules solubilized in the aqueous microenvironment. In jaws (show IMPAD1 Antibodies), it might play some role in bone physiology through autocrine/paracrine pathways, particularly during development and stress-induced remodeling.
temporal/spatial localization of amelogenins with exon4 peptide and functional differences in HAP (show RARB Antibodies) binding suggests unique properties of amelogenins containing exon4 cause specific enhancement of biomineralization of early-formed HAP (show RARB Antibodies) at maturation stage
Leucine rich amelogenin peptide alters ameloblast differentiation in vivo.
the interaction of amelogenin with Grp78/Bip (show HSPA5 Antibodies) contributed to cell proliferation, rather than correlate with the osteogenic differentiation
may play a role in mineralization of tooth enamel matrix
amelogenesis imperfecta 1
, amelogenin (X chromosome, amelogenesis imperfecta 1)
, amelogenin (amelogenesis imperfecta 1, X-linked)
, amelogenin, X isoform
, amelogenin (X chromosome)
, amelogenin, X-linked
, amelogenin X chromosome
, enamel matrix protein
, leucine-rich amelogenin peptide
, X-chromosomal amelogenin
, class I amelogenin