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GJB5 encodes a member of the beta-type (group I) connexin family. Additionally we are shipping GJB5 Proteins (3) and many more products for this protein.
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Findings show delayed differentiation of connexin31.1 (Gjb5)-deficient trophoblast stem cell.
Connexin31.1 is critical for normal placental development but appears to be functionally compensated by other connexin isoforms in the embryo proper and adult mouse.
gap-junctions featuring the Cx31.1 protein might be involved in open-field exploration as well as object memory and modulate levels of acetylcholine esterase and cAMP response element-binding protein in the striatum and piriform cortex
autophagy contributed to Cx31.1 degradation, and clathrin might be involved in the autophagy of Cx31.1.
Overexpression of Cx31.1 in H1299 cells reduced cell proliferation, delayed the G1 phase, inhibited anchorage-independent growth, and suppressed cell migration and invasion. Xenografts of Cx31.1 overexpressing H1299 cells had reduced tumourigenicity.
This gene encodes a member of the beta-type (group I) connexin family. The encoded protein is a gap junction protein involved in intercellular communication related to epidermal differentiation and environmental sensing. This gene has been linked to non-small cell lung cancer.
gap junction protein, beta 5, 31.1kDa
, gap junction protein, beta 5 (connexin 31.1)
, gap junction beta-5 protein
, connexin 31.1
, gap junction membrane channel protein beta 5
, gap junctional protein cx31.1