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The intracellular fatty acid-binding proteins (FABPs) belong to a multigene family with nearly twenty identified members.
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Human Polyclonal FABP2 Primary Antibody for IHC (p), IHC - ABIN252953
Venold, Penn, Thorsen, Gu, Kortner, Krogdahl, Bakke: Intestinal fatty acid binding protein (fabp2) in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar): Localization and alteration of expression during development of diet induced enteritis. in Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Molecular & integrative physiology 2012
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Yamada, Yuan, Ishiyama, Koyama, Ichikawa, Koyanagi, Koyama, Nonaka: Association between Ala54Thr substitution of the fatty acid-binding protein 2 gene with insulin resistance and intra-abdominal fat thickness in Japanese men. in Diabetologia 1997
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Kanda, Fujii, Tani, Murakami, Suda, Sakai, Ono, Hatakeyama: Intestinal fatty acid-binding protein is a useful diagnostic marker for mesenteric infarction in humans. in Gastroenterology 1996
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In vivo experiments demonstrated, for the first time, that intestinal absorption of dietary BODIPY-FLC(12) was followed by colocalization of the labeled FA with Fabp1b and Fabp2 in the nuclei.
transcription of single copy fabp2 is modulated by dietary fatty acids and clofibrate in a tissue specific fashion.
Ifabp mRNAs were initially expressed in the zebrafish yolk syncytial layer at the ventral side during late epiboly (8-9 hpf), spread throughout the YSL of later stage embryos, and appeared in the intestine rudiment at approximately 36 hpf
analysis of conserved elements that mediate intestinal-type fatty acid binding protein (I-FABP) expression in the gut (show GUSB Antibodies) epithelia of zebrafish larvae
dna analysis, linkage mapping and early developmental expression of the intestinal-type fatty acid-binding protein gene (fabp2) from zebrafish
Data show that intestinal fatty acid binding protein (IFABP) is a promising prognostic marker in acute pancreatitis.
There was a positive correlation between FABP2 levels and BMI, SBP (show SHBG Antibodies) and DBP (show GC Antibodies), and a negative correlation with HDL (show HSD11B1 Antibodies)-C. CONCLUSIONS: The Thr54 allele of the FABP2 Ala54Thr polymorphism was associated with an increased incidence of peripheral atherosclerosis combined with T2DM in the population studied
The FABP-2 gene is located on the long arm of chromosome 4, and encodes an intracellular protein (show CKAP2 Antibodies) of the intestinal mucosa, responsible for the absorption and intracellular transport of fatty acids.
Enterocyte injury was common in critically ill patients with pneumonia. The severity of enterocyte injury, as evidenced by the urinary FABP2/creatinine, was associated with the patient's mortality.
Study reports that insulin (show INS Antibodies) resistance-related gene polymorphisms effects colorectal cancer (CRC (show CALR Antibodies)) risk. The results showed that the gene polymorphism of ADIPOQ rs2241766 was associated with CRC (show CALR Antibodies) risk. Furthermore, the interactions of ADIPOQ rs2241766, UCP2 (show UCP2 Antibodies) rs659366, FABP2 rs1799883 and red meat consumption may contribute to the risk of CRC (show CALR Antibodies).
FTO (show FTO Antibodies) and FABP2 gene polymorphisms were significantly associated with susceptibility to metabolic syndrome and obesity in this cohort.
Circulating I-FABP levels had no association with invasively-measured hemodynamic parameters, but were associated with adverse clinical outcomes in patients with acute decompensated heart failure with systolic dysfunction.
The aim of this study was to measure serum I-FABP levels and provide the transition of I-FABP levels with hypothermic circulatory arrest to help in the management of intestinal perfusion. Plasma I-FABP monitoring could be a valuable method for finding an intestinal ischemia in patients with cardiovascular surgery.
Urinary intestinal fatty acid-binding protein can distinguish necrotizing enterocolitis from sepsis in early stage of the disease.
I-FABP is a valid serologic biomarker for early diagnosis in NEC for the premature neonates with a moderate accuracy.
The full-length cDNA of I-FABP was cloned from intestine and the mRNA was extensively present in various tissues, but I-FABP transcript of approximately 620 bp was more abundant in intestine than in other tissues.
Plasma I-FABP concentration showed great variation within treatments, and no difference was observed in plasma I-FABP concentrations between the weaned conventionally and unweaned treatments
Association analyses of the FABP2:g.412T>C with fatty acid composition traits were not significant in simple association.
This direct comparison provides evidence that LFABP (show FABP1 Antibodies) and IFABP have distinct roles in intestinal lipid metabolism; differential intracellular functions in intestine and in liver
detected the common as well as sex-differential pathways that are modified due to the loss of Fabp2. These findings suggest that the pathways involved in nutrient and xenobiotic metabolism in the intestine are regulated by sex-specific mechanisms
loss of I-FABP renders male mice sensitive to high fat diet-induced fatty liver, and this effect is independent of hepatic L-FABP
The intracellular fatty acid-binding proteins (FABPs) belong to a multigene family with nearly twenty identified members. FABPs are divided into at least three distinct types, namely the hepatic-, intestinal- and cardiac-type. They form 14-15 kDa proteins and are thought to participate in the uptake, intracellular metabolism and/or transport of long-chain fatty acids. They may also be responsible in the modulation of cell growth and proliferation. Intestinal fatty acid-binding protein 2 gene contains four exons and is an abundant cytosolic protein in small intestine epithelial cells. This gene has a polymorphism at codon 54 that identified an alanine-encoding allele and a threonine-encoding allele. Thr-54 protein is associated with increased fat oxidation and insulin resistance.
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