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PRDM14 encodes a member of the PRDI-BF1 and RIZ homology domain containing (PRDM) family of transcriptional regulators. Additionally we are shipping PRDM14 Antibodies (94) and PRDM14 Kits (1) and many more products for this protein.
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Results identified GRP78 (show HSPA5 Proteins) and HSP90a (show HSP90AA1 Proteins) as binding partners of PRDM14 in triple-negative breast cancer cells, and all participate in cancer regulation. The interactions were direct and required the C-terminal region including the zinc finger motifs of PRDM14.
miR (show MLXIP Proteins)-424-->cdc42 (show CDC42 Proteins)-->prdm14 axis as a key molecular signalling cascade that might influence breast cancer progression in diabetic patients through hyperactivation of cancer stem cells.
High expression of PRDM14 is associated with liver metastasis in pancreatic cancer.
PRDM14 role in cell proliferation and cell migration
PRDM14 bears a single PR domain and six tandemly repeated zinc fi ngers, which is involved in the process of the deacetylation and methylation of the histone, and is involved in the formation of tumor . [review]
In response to cytokines, pluripotent stem cells differentiate first into a heterogeneous mesoderm-like cell population and then into Primordial Germ cell-Like Cells, which exhibit minimal PRDM14 expression.
The contribution of methylation-mediated gene silencing of PRDM14 to apoptosis evasion in HPV-positive cancer cells offers novel therapeutic options for HPV-induced cancers.
PRDM14 associated with cell differentiation in NSCLC.
Study reveals a repressive role of PRDM14 in the maintenance and induction of pluripotency and identifies PRDM14 as a new regulator of PRC2.
The high expression of PRDM14 in non-small cell lung cancer is associated with differentiation and histological type.
PRDM14 recruited OCT3/4 (show POU5F1 Proteins) to the enhancer regions of naive pluripotency genes via TET-base excision repair-mediated demethylation.
JARID2 (show JARID2 Proteins) physically interacts with ESRRB, SALL4A (show SALL4 Proteins), and PRDM14
This repressive function is mediated through an ETO (show RUNX1T1 Proteins)-family co-repressor Mtgr1 (show CBFA2T2 Proteins), which tightly binds to the pre-SET/SET domains of Prdm14 and co-occupies its genomic targets in mouse embryonic stem cells.
the H3K27-specific demethylase (show MBD2 Proteins) Utx (show KDM6A Proteins) regulates the expression of the master regulators for XCI and XCR: Prdm14, Tsix, and Xist.
Both TET1 (show TET1 Proteins) and TET2 are required for the repression of embryonic stem cells differentiation by PRDM14.
Upregulation of Prdm14 results in a highly homogeneous population of authentic pluripotent colonies and prevents the abnormal silencing of the Dlk1 (show DLK1 Proteins)-Dio3 (show DIO3 Proteins) locus.
PRDM14 is heterogeneously expressed in 4-cell-stage embryos. Forced expression of PRDM14 at the 2-cell stage leads to increased H3R26me2 and can induce a pluripotent ICM fate.
PRDM14-induced leukemic cells contain high levels of activated NOTCH1 (show NOTCH1 Proteins) and downstream NOTCH1 (show NOTCH1 Proteins) targets, including MYC (show MYC Proteins) and HES1, and are sensitive to pharmacological inhibition of NOTCH1 (show NOTCH1 Proteins) with the gamma-secretase inhibitor DAPT
PRDM14 physically interacts with TET1 (show TET1 Proteins) and TET2 and enhances the recruitment of TET1 (show TET1 Proteins) and TET2 at target loci. Knockdown of TET1 (show TET1 Proteins) and TET2 impaired transcriptional regulation and DNA demethylation by PRDM14.
Tsix and PRDM14 directly link X-chromosome reactivation to stem cell pluripotency.
Prdm14 regulates Caudal primary axon outgrowth through activation of islet2 expression.
This gene encodes a member of the PRDI-BF1 and RIZ homology domain containing (PRDM) family of transcriptional regulators. The encoded protein may possess histone methyltransferase activity and plays a critical role in cell pluripotency by suppressing the expression of differentiation marker genes. Expression of this gene may play a role in breast cancer.
PR domain zinc finger protein 14
, PR domain-containing protein 14
, PR domain containing 14
, PR domain zinc finger protein 14-like
, PR domain 14
, PR domain containing 14-like