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Putative receptor for purines coupled to G-proteins (By similarity).. Additionally we are shipping and many more products for this protein.
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Studied association of and RNASET2, GPR174, and PTPN22 gene polymorphisms and liver damage(LD) due to Graves' disease (GD) hyperthyroidism. Found GPR174 rs3827440, PTPN22 rs3789604, and RNASET2 rs9355610 were significantly associated with altered GD-derived LD risk.
Alteration of gene expression profiling including GPR174 and GNG2 is associated with vasovagal syncope.
We have demonstrated a significant association of this X chromosome-encoded immunoreceptor with autoimmune Addison's disease for the first time.
this study provides the first replication in a Caucasian population of the association between Graves' disease and the GPR174 rs3827440 single nucleotide polymorphism originally reported among Chinese.
The finding of an X-linked risk locus for Graves' disease expands our understanding of the role of the X chromosome in disease susceptibility.
These results suggested that GPR174 was a putative LysoPS receptor conjugating with Galpha(s), and its expression induced morphological changes in CHO cells by constitutively activating adenylyl cycles accompanied with cell conjunctions and delay of proliferation.
Lysophosphatidyl serine acts via GPR174 and Galphas to suppress IL-2 production by activated T cells
The lysophosphatidylserine receptor GPR174 constrains regulatory T cell development and function.
Putative receptor for purines coupled to G-proteins (By similarity).
probable G-protein coupled receptor 174
, G protein-coupled receptor 174
, putative purinergic receptor FKSG79-like
, putative purinergic receptor FKSG79