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Calcium-dependent membrane-binding proteins may regulate molecular events at the interface of the cell membrane and cytoplasm.
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CPNE1 overexpression can upregulate TRAF2 (show TRAF2 Proteins) expression in prostate cancer DU-145 cells as determined by Western blotting and immunofluorescence assays.
Collectively, our findings suggest that JAB1 (show COPS5 Proteins) activates the neuronal differentiation ability of CPNE1 through the binding of C2A domain in CPNE1 with MPN (show PRSS27 Proteins) domain in JAB1 (show COPS5 Proteins).
Copine I regulates tumour necrosis factor-alpha (show TNF Proteins) receptor signaling pathways.
Copine1 is upregulated in plasma membranes of TM cells in individuals with primary open-angle glaucoma.
CPNE1 shares a promoter and 5'UTR exons with RBM12 (show RBM12 Proteins). This genomic structure is conserved among multiple species.
These data demonstrate that CPNE1 plays a key role in the regulation of neural stem cell functions through the activation of AKT (show AKT1 Proteins)-mTOR (show FRAP1 Proteins) signaling pathway during brain development.
Calcium-dependent membrane-binding proteins may regulate molecular events at the interface of the cell membrane and cytoplasm. This gene encodes a calcium-dependent protein that also contains two N-terminal type II C2 domains and an integrin A domain-like sequence in the C-terminus. However, the encoded protein does not contain a predicted signal sequence or transmembrane domains. This protein has a broad tissue distribution and it may function in membrane trafficking. This gene and the gene for RNA binding motif protein 12 overlap at map location 20q11.21. Alternate splicing results in multiple transcript variants encoding different proteins.
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