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may act as an androgen-regulated transglutaminase [RGD, Feb 2006]..
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Human TGM4 Protein expressed in Wheat germ - ABIN1322640
Jiang, Ye, Sanders, Ruge, Kynaston, Ablin, Mason: Prostate transglutaminase (TGase-4, TGaseP) enhances the adhesion of prostate cancer cells to extracellular matrix, the potential role of TGase-core domain. in Journal of translational medicine 2014
TGM4 is a prostatic secretory molecule with critical role in male reproduction.
indicated that transglutaminase 4 may serve as a potential predictor of biochemical recurrence of prostate cancer
Evidence that the retinoic acid receptor gamma (show RARG Proteins) plays a major role in the regulation of the hTGP gene and that presence of the androgen receptor (show AR Proteins), but not its transcriptional transactivation activity, is critical for hTGP transcription.
CDKN2A, GATA3 (show GATA3 Proteins), CREBBP (show CREBBP Proteins), ITGA2 (show ITGA2 Proteins), NBL1 and TGM4 were down-regulated in the prostate carcinoma glands compared to the corresponding normal glands
The presence of TGase-4 has a biological impact on a prostate cancer cell's response to MDA-7 (show IL24 Proteins).
TGase-4 expression is intrinsically linked to the activation of RON (show MST1R Proteins) in prostate cancer cells and that this autoactivation of RON (show MST1R Proteins) contributes to the increased cell motility in TGase-4 expressing cells.
The expression status of human transglutaminase 4 in benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH (show GLI3 Proteins)) and prostate cancer was analyzed.
transglutaminase 4 has a relatively wide profile of expression in human cancer cell lines
TGase-4 plays a pivotal role in the interaction between endothelial cells and prostate cancer cells, an action which is independent of the ROCK pathway.
male mice knockouts for transglutaminase IV (Tgm4) fail to form a copulatory plug, demonstrating that this gene is necessary for plug formation and lending a powerful new genetic tool to begin characterizing plug function
These studies demonstrate that tranglutaminase 2 independent activity exists in the vasculature and that Tgm1 (show TGM1 Proteins) and tgm4 are expressed in vascular tissues
The androgen-dependent SVS (show FGFR2 Proteins) I is exclusively expressed in the luminal epithelium of seminal vesicle; Gln232 and Gln254 are the major TG4-reactive residues on SVS (show FGFR2 Proteins) I and and TG4 is much stronger than TG2 (show TGM2 Proteins) to cross-link the glutamine (show GFPT1 Proteins) residues in SVS (show FGFR2 Proteins) I.
may act as an androgen-regulated transglutaminase
transglutaminase 4 (prostate)
, TGase P
, prostate transglutaminase
, prostate-specific transglutaminase
, protein-glutamine gamma-glutamyltransferase 4
, transglutaminase P
, experimental autoimmune prostatitis antigen 1
, dorsal prostate transglutaminase
, dorsal protein 1