Cystinosis, Nephropathic (CTNS) ELISA Kits

CTNS encodes a seven-transmembrane domain protein that functions to transport cystine out of lysosomes. Additionally we are shipping CTNS Antibodies (41) and CTNS Proteins (9) and many more products for this protein.

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CTNS 1497 O60931
Anti-Rat CTNS CTNS 287478  
CTNS 83429 P57757
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Human Cystinosis, Nephropathic (CTNS) interaction partners

  1. Human cystinosin expressed in this yeast confers growth on cystine when the protein is mistargeted to the plasma membrane by the deletion of the C-terminal targeting signal, GYQDL.

  2. CTNS gene mutation is associated with cystinosis.

  3. Cystinosis was primarily diagnosed by a pediatric nephrologist and then referred to the Iran University of Medical Sciences genetics clinic for consultation and molecular analysis, which involved polymerase chain reaction (PCR) amplification to determine the presence or absence of the 57-kb founder deletion in CTNS, followed by direct sequencing of the coding exons of CTNS

  4. Potential dual function of PQ-loop proteins such as cystinosin.

  5. To study the role of the cystinosin-LKG-isoform, we have investigated cystine accumulation and apoptosis that have been described in cystinotic cells. The levels of TNFalpha- and actinomycin D-inducted apoptosis dropped in cystinotic cells expressing LKG-isoform. This effect was also similar to the main isoform.

  6. This work demonstrated no major abnormality ofER and lysosomal Ca2+signalling associated with cystinosin defi-ciency in human proximal tubular epithelial cells.

  7. The coding exons of the CTNS gene in 5 different Jordanian families and one family from Sudan with nephropathic cystinosis were sequenced. None had the European 57-kb deletion. 7 variants in the coding and promoter sequence of the CTNS gene were found: 294C>T, -180T>C, -118C>T, c.504G>A, p.Thr168Thr, c.829dupA in exon 10, and c.890G>A in exon 11.

  8. Results show that the high turnover of ITILELP mutation (del AA67-73) in cystinosin, because of its immature glycosylation state together with low transport activity, might be responsible for the phenotype observed in some cystinosis patients who carry this mutation.

  9. silencing of AP-2 triggers the clathrin-independent endocytosis, showing the complex adaptability of cystinosin-LKG trafficking

  10. upon comparison of the patients with cystinosis in this particular region with the European and North American patients, it is clear that different CTNS variants result in this disease.

  11. GCK mutations are associated with Cystinosis.

  12. Lack of cystinosin reduced TFEB expression and induced TFEB nuclear translocation.

  13. CTNS deficiency alters cell signaling cascades resulting in impaired cell adhesion and enhanced cell motility in cystinosis.

  14. Using polymerase chain reaction sequencing of the entire coding region, we identified five gene mutations, including two unreported mutations.

  15. cystinosin-deficient cells had abnormal shape and distribution of the endo-lysosomal compartments and impaired endocytosis, with decreased surface expression of multiligand receptors and delayed lysosomal cargo processing.

  16. CTNS-LKG represents 5-20 % of CTNS transcripts, with the exception of the testis that expresses both isoforms in equal proportions.

  17. identified two novel CTNS splicing deletions in a Chinese IC family, one at the donor site of exon 6 of CTNS and the other at the acceptor site of exon 8

  18. We recommend that black South African and Cape Coloured patients presenting with cystinosis be tested for CTNS-c.971-12G > A in the first instance, with the possibility of prenatal testing being offered to at-risk families.

  19. The present data exhibit a fundament for molecular carrier detection and prenatal diagnosis of a relatively large percentage of Iranian patients suffering from NC

  20. Cystinosin, MPDU1, SWEETs and KDELR belong to a well-defined protein family with putative function of cargo receptors.[cytonosin]

Mouse (Murine) Cystinosis, Nephropathic (CTNS) interaction partners

  1. LAMP2A trafficking is regulated by cystinosin, Rab11, and RILP and that CMA up-regulation is a potential clinically relevant mechanism to increase cell survival in cystinosis.

  2. Data indicate that hematopoietic stem cell (HSC) transplantation in cystinosin knockout (Ctns-/-) thyroid drastically decreased cystine accumulation and normalized the thyroid-stimulating hormone level.

  3. Cells and tissues lacking CTNS expression are characterized by increased autophagosome numbers, but functional macroautophagic flux.

  4. The onset of Fanconi syndrome in knockout mice is between 3 and 6 months of age with structural and functional changes in proximal tubular cells (PTCs), with focus on endocytosis of ultrafiltrated disulfide-rich proteins as a key source of cystine.

  5. The Ctns(-/-) mouse model generated on C57BL/6 background is not suitable for clarifying the pathogenesis of male infertility in cystinosis.

  6. Deletion of cystinosis gene (Ctns) causes corneal cystine crystals formation, neovascularization and scarring in the cornea of ctns transgenic mice mimicking cystinosis in humans.

  7. the cause of cellular ATP depletion in nephrotic cystinosis may be the futile cycle, formed between two ATP-dependant gamma-glutamyl cycle enzymes, gamma-glutamyl cysteine synthetase and 5-oxoprolinase

  8. CTNS has a role in proper functioning of the retina and bones, and in mouse behavior

  9. Temporospatial pattern of cystine accumulation in Ctns-/- mice parallels that of patients and validates the mice as a model for the ocular anomalies of cystinosis.

  10. Data provide the proof-of-concept that gene transfer is feasible for correcting defective lysosomal transport, but suggest that, in the case of cystinosis, it could be preventive but not curative in some tissues.

CTNS Antigen Profile

Antigen Summary

This gene encodes a seven-transmembrane domain protein that functions to transport cystine out of lysosomes. Its activity is driven by the H+ electrochemical gradient of the lysosomal membrane. Mutations in this gene cause cystinosis, a lysosomal storage disorder. Alternative splicing results in multiple transcript variants.

Gene names and symbols associated with CTNS

  • cystinosin, lysosomal cystine transporter (CTNS) antibody
  • cystinosin, lysosomal cystine transporter (Ctns) antibody
  • cystinosis, nephropathic (Ctns) antibody
  • cystinosin, lysosomal cystine transporter (ctns) antibody
  • cystinosis, nephropathic (CTNS) antibody
  • cystinosin, lysosomal cystine transporter L homeolog (ctns.L) antibody
  • AI195360 antibody
  • AW049661 antibody
  • CTNS antibody
  • CTNS-LSB antibody
  • PQLC4 antibody
  • zgc:110194 antibody

Protein level used designations for CTNS

cystinosin , cystinosis, nephropathic , cystinosin-like , cystinosin, lysosomal cystine transporter

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