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FSD1 encodes a centrosome associated protein that is characterized by an N-terminal coiled-coil region downstream of B-box (BBC) domain, a central fibronectin type III domain, and a C-terminal repeats in splA and RyR (SPRY) domain. Additionally we are shipping FSD1 Antibodies (66) and FSD1 Proteins (7) and many more products for this protein.
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Fibronectin extension and unfolding within cell matrix fibrils controlled by cytoskeletal tension
Overexpression of miR-1 mimics significantly decreased tumor glycolysis, including lactate production and glucose uptake, and cell proliferation, and these effects were reversed by ectopic expression of Smad3.
These regulatory mechanisms of miR-1 expression could help us to understand the functions of altered miR-1 expression.
Taken together, our findings established a tumor suppressive role for miR-1 in the progression of ccRCC by targeting CDK4, CDK6, Caprin1 and Slug and suggested miR-1 can be served as a novel potential therapeutic target for ccRCC.
Data report the identification of MIR1, a protein with microtubule-binding activity which is located at the centrosome and is related to MID1/midin. [MIR1]
This gene encodes a centrosome associated protein that is characterized by an N-terminal coiled-coil region downstream of B-box (BBC) domain, a central fibronectin type III domain, and a C-terminal repeats in splA and RyR (SPRY) domain. The encoded protein associates with a subset of microtubules and may be involved in the stability and organization of microtubules during cytokinesis.
fibronectin type III and SPRY domain-containing protein 1
, MID1-related protein 1
, fibronectin type 3 and SPRY (spla, ryanodine) domain containing (with coiled-coil motif) 1
, fibronectin type 3 and SPRY domain containing 1
, microtubule-associated protein GLFND
, midline 1-related protein 1
, fibronectin type 3 and SPRY domain-containing protein