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Cysteine-rich intestinal protein (CRIP) belongs to the LIM/double zinc finger protein family, members of which include cysteine- and glycine-rich protein-1 (CSRP1\; MIM 123876), rhombotin-1 (RBTN1\; MIM 186921), rhombotin-2 (RBTN2\; MIM 180385), and rhombotin-3 (RBTN3\; MIM 180386). Additionally we are shipping CRIP1 Kits (14) and CRIP1 Proteins (9) and many more products for this protein.
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Human Polyclonal CRIP1 Primary Antibody for ICC, IF - ABIN4300480
Li, Ponten, dos Remedios: The interactome of LIM domain proteins: the contributions of LIM domain proteins to heart failure and heart development. in Proteomics 2012
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CRIP1 promotes cell migration and invasion, mediates epithelial-mesenchymal transition, and activates the Wnt/betacatenin signaling pathway in cervical cancer
CRIP1 acts as an oncogene (show RAB1A Antibodies) in the cell proliferation, migration, and invasion processes of thyroid carcinoma. CRIP1 may serve well as an independent prognostic marker with significant predictive power for use in thyroid carcinoma therapy.
The CRIP1 expression level was highest in the highly metastatic colon cancer cell lines and CRIP1 silencing did not significantly affect the percentage of apoptotic SW620 and HT29 cells.
CRIP1 gene expression was correlated to measures of cardiac hypertrophy in Hypertension patients. Assessment of circulating CRIP1 (cystein-rich protein 1) levels as biomarkers showed a strong association with increased risk for incident stroke.
This study provides evidence for a prognostic clinical potential of the combined study of GAL-3 (show LGALS3 Antibodies) and CRIP-1 in endometrial cancer
CRIP1 expression is associated with long-term survival and no metastases in osteosarcoma patients.
crip1 transcripts could be visualized in the developing pronephros, branchial arches, eye, cranial ganglia and neural tube.
Cysteine-rich intestinal protein (CRIP) belongs to the LIM/double zinc finger protein family, members of which include cysteine- and glycine-rich protein-1 (CSRP1\; MIM 123876), rhombotin-1 (RBTN1\; MIM 186921), rhombotin-2 (RBTN2\; MIM 180385), and rhombotin-3 (RBTN3\; MIM 180386). CRIP may be involved in intestinal zinc transport (Hempe and Cousins, 1991
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