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NPHP4 encodes a protein involved in renal tubular development and function.
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retinitis pigmentosa GTPase regulator interacting protein 1 (show RPGRIP1 Proteins) and nephrocystin-4 interact strongly in vitro and in vivo, and that they colocalize in the retina
Inherited 3 deleterious mutations in two nephronophthisis genes, NPHP3 (show NPHP3 Proteins) and NPHP4 cause unusually severe form of infantile nephronophthisis.
homozygous NPHP4 truncating mutation that expands the phenotypic spectrum of NPHP4-related nephronophthisis to also include cerebello-oculo-renal syndrome and abnormal spermatogenesis causing male infertility
The ciliary protein nephrocystin-4 translocates the canonical Wnt (show WNT2 Proteins) regulator Jade-1 (show PHF17 Proteins) to the nucleus to negatively regulate beta-catenin (show CTNNB1 Proteins) signaling.
NPHP4 mutations are associated with cardiac laterality defects and heterotaxy.
Identify NPHP4 as a negative regulator of the Hippo pathway and suggest that NPHP4 regulates cell proliferation through its effects on Hippo signaling.
These results indicate the novel and independent association between single-point SNP rs1287637 in NPHP4 gene and renal function in non-diabetic Japanese population.
Recessive mutations in the NPHP4 gene, encoding the protein nephroretinin, in humans cause nephronophthisis type 4 and Senior-Loken syndrome.There is evolutionary conservation of the NPHP4 gene, with an ortholog in C. elegans.
Interacts with NPHP1 (show NPHP1 Proteins) protein, suggesting that these two proteins participate in a common signaling pathway; identification of five different mutations in unrelated individuals with nephronophthisis
part of multifunctional complex localized in actin- and microtubule-based structures
two recessive mutations in NPHP4 are a rare cause of nephronophthisis, and single heterozygous NPHP4 sequence variants are three times more prevalent than two recessive mutations
A mutation in NPHP4 in mice does not result in renal defects which are observed in human patients with mutations in NPHP4, but they do develop severe photoreceptor degeneration and extinguished rod and cone ERG (show ERG Proteins) responses.
Recessive mutations in the NPHP4 gene, encoding the protein nephroretinin, in humans cause nephronophthisis type 4 and Senior-Loken. There is evolutionary conservation of the NPHP4 gene, with an orhtolog in C. elegans.
This gene encodes a protein involved in renal tubular development and function. This protein interacts with nephrocystin, and belongs to a multifunctional complex that is localized to actin- and microtubule-based structures. Mutations in this gene are associated with nephronophthisis type 4, a renal disease, and with Senior-Loken syndrome type 4, a combination of nephronophthisis and retinitis pigmentosa.
, POC10 centriolar protein homolog
, nephronophthisis 4 (juvenile) homolog