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PYGB silencing suppressed the growth and promoted the apoptosis of prostate cancer cells by affecting the NFkappaB/Nrf2 signaling pathway.
PYGB siRNA exerted an inhibitory effect on the cell viability of the human osteosarcoma cells MG63 and HOS by blocking the Caspase/Bcl and CDK1 signaling pathway, highlighting novel potential therapeutic methods for treating osteosarcoma.
Using cysteine chemical labeling, mass spectrometry, and site-directed mutagenesis approaches, we show that thiram (and certain of its metabolites) alters the activity of bGP through the formation of an intramolecular disulfide bond (Cys(318)-Cys(326)), known to act as a redox switch that precludes the allosteric activation of bGP by AMP.
disulfide bond acts as a redox switch that precludes the allosteric activation of the enzyme by AMP without affecting its activation by phosphorylation. This unique regulatory feature of bGP sheds new light on the isoform-specific regulation of glycogen phosphorylase and glycogen metabolism.
the bGP structures reveal molecular features unique to the brain isozyme that provide a deeper understanding of the differences in the activation properties of these allosteric enzymes by the allosteric effector AMP.
GPBB is a valuable biological marker to predict the prognosis in patient with acute coronary syndrome.
H-FABP and GPBB can contribute to early acute myocardial infarction diagnosis and can distinguish acute myocardial infarction from acute coronary syndrome
Significant increase in plasma glycoprotein BB in patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
This protein has been found differentially expressed in thalami from patients with schizophrenia.
Brain-type glycogen phosphorylase is expressed in non-small-cell lung carcinoma, particularly adenocarcinomas, and is an independent poor prognostic factor.
The protein encoded by this gene is a glycogen phosphorylase found predominantly in the brain. The encoded protein forms homodimers which can associate into homotetramers, the enzymatically active form of glycogen phosphorylase. The activity of this enzyme is positively regulated by AMP and negatively regulated by ATP, ADP, and glucose-6-phosphate. This enzyme catalyzes the rate-determining step in glycogen degradation.
glycogen phosphorylase, brain form
, brain glycogen phosphorylase
, glycogen phosphorylase B
, phosphorylase, glycogen; brain