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Oncomodulin is a high-affinity calcium ion-binding protein.
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These data suggest that Ocm may have distinct functional roles in cochlear and vestibular hair cells.
absence of parvalbumin (show PVALB Proteins) has no major effect on the GABA-synthesizing system in diencephalon presynaptic terminals; however, a likely homeostatic mechanism is induced resulting in the upregulation of oncomodulin in selected axons and neuronal perikarya
Deletion of oncomodulin in outer hair cells, leads to a progressive hearing loss in transgenic mice.
Data indicate taht candidate genes ACTB (show ACTB Proteins), BZW, OCM, MACC1 (show MACC1 Proteins), NXPH1 (show NXPH1 Proteins), PRPS1L1 (show PRPS1L1 Proteins), RAC1 and RPA3 (show RPA3 Proteins), which lie within the DFNB90 region, were sequenced and no potentially causal variants were identified.
Ocm plays a central role in inflammation-induced regeneration in the optic nerve.
Oncomodulin is a high-affinity calcium ion-binding protein. It belongs to the superfamily of calmodulin proteins, also known as the EF-hand proteins. Oncomodulin is an oncodevelopmental protein found in early embryonic cells in the placenta and also in tumors.
, parvalbumin beta
, oncomodulin 1
, parvalbumin beta-like
, parvalbumin beta-2