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Calpain-10 regulates actin dynamics by proteolysis of microtubule-associated protein 1B
MAP1B-LC1 links microtubules and Stx17 in fed cells, and starvation causes the dephosphorylation of MAP1B-LC1 at Thr217, allowing Stx17 to dissociate from MAP1B-LC1 and bind to Atg14L.
High MAP1B expression is associated with resistance to mTOR inhibition in glioblastoma.
All of the patients with a microtubule associated protein 1B (MAP1B) variant had a similar brain abnormality, and at least one of the parents who transmitted the variant to their child was also similarly affected.
MAP1B heavy chain has a unique binding site for a calcium-binding protein ALG-2.
These results suggest that a change in the intracellular calcium level plays a role in regulation of the secretory pathway via interaction of ALG-2 with MISSL and MAP1B.
The found of this study suggested that possible roles of MAP1B genes in working memory performance in ADHD patients
KIRREL3 interacting proteins MAP1B and MYO16 are potential candidates for intellectual disability and autism spectrum disorder.
signal transduction pathways downstream of 5-HT6R are regulated by MAP1B, which might play a role in 5-HT6R-mediated signaling in the brain.
The the MAP1B-LC1-mediated regulation most likely involves an internalization of the channels via a dynamin and clathrin-dependent pathway.
An interaction between MAP1B LC1 and the ubiquitin-conjugating enzyme UBE2L3.
Localization of MAP1B is altered in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis spinal cords in a transgenic animal model.
Yeast-two-hybrid screening using human LRRK2 kinase domain as bait identified microtubule associated protein 1B (MAP1B) as a LRRK2 interactor.
We suggest a role for Stau2 in the generation and regulation of Map1b mRNA containing granules that are required for mGluR-long-term depression
These observations define a new and crucial function of MAP1B that is required for efficient cross-talk between microtubules and the actin cytoskeleton during neuronal polarization.
MAP1B action is modulated by mapmodulin/leucine-rich acidic nuclear protein
Complexes (MAP1B heavy chain-MAP1A light chain) form through interaction of homologous domains conserved in heavy and light chains of MAP1A and MAP1B. Conserved domains of the MAP1A and MAP1B light chains account for formation of light chain heterodimers.
The light chain (LC1) of microtubule-associated protein 1B (MAP1B)-5-HT(3A) receptor interaction contributes to a mechanism that regulates receptor desensitization kinetics.
Amyloid-beta 1-42 binds to a peptide comprising the microtubule binding domain of the heavy chain of microtubule-associated protein 1B by the screening of a human brain cDNA library expressed on M13 phage.
a role for MAP1B in DAPK-1-dependent signaling in autophagy and membrane blebbing.
These data provide independent confirmation in a mouse model with combined PARK1/PARK4/PARK6 pathology that MAP1B/ANK2 phosphorylation events are implicated in Parkinsonian neurodegeneration.
Data show that loss of MAP1B function affects general cognitive ability through a profound, brain-wide WM deficit with likely disordered or compromised axons.
MAP1B knockout neurons display a decrease in the density of presynaptic and postsynaptic terminals, which involves a reduction in the density of synaptic contacts, and an increased proportion of orphan presynaptic terminals. MAP1B knockout neurons present altered synaptic vesicle fusion events, and a decrease in the density of both synaptic vesicles and dense core vesicles at presynaptic terminals.
MAP1B restricts the access of AMPARs to dendritic spines and the postsynaptic membrane, contributing to downregulating synaptic transmission
MAP1B confers increased stability to tyrosinated and acetylated, but not detyrosinated microtubules.
Both FMRP deficiency in Fmr1(I304N) mice and Fmr1 knockdown impeded the axonal delivery of miR-181d, Map1b, and Calm1 and reduced the protein levels of MAP1B and calmodulin in axons.
MAP1B is a specific marker protein of the podocyte microtubular cytoskeleton.
Although MAP1A and MAP1B protein levels are not affected in the tulp1-/- retina, they are no longer localized to the outer segment of photoreceptors.
The morphology, phenotype, regional distribution, proliferative dynamics, and stage-specific marker expression of Map5 cells in the rabbit and mouse central nervous system, were characterized.
The MAP1B-Tiam1-Rac1 relay is essential for spine structural plasticity and removal of AMPA receptors from synapses during long-term depression.
MAP1B interacts directly with EB1 and EB3 (EBs), two core 'microtubule plus-end tracking proteins' ( TIPs), and sequesters them in the cytosol of developing neuronal cells.
MKK7 is specifically phosphorylated in the neurite shaft which triggers Map1b phosphorylation to regulate microtubule bundling leading to neurite elongation.
The interaction between the conserved COOH-terminal 125-amino acid domain (which is located in the light chains of MAP1A, MAP1B, and MAP1S) and alpha1-syntrophin is direct and occurs through the pleckstrin homology domain 2 (PH2).
Mutation of the Map1b binding site of Na(v)1.6 prevented generation of sodium current in transfected cells. The data indicate that Map1b facilitates trafficking of Na(v)1.6 to the neuronal cell surface
Microtubule associated protein 1B, a microtubule stabilizing protein, and clathrin heavy chain, the major component of the clathrin triskelion, were identified as interaction partners for dystonin-a
important role for MAP1B in the formation and maturation of dendritic spines
HuD simultaneously binds both RNA and MAP1B-light chain 1 (MAP1B-LC1) in vitro and that it tightly associates with microtubules in cells in an LC1-dependent manner
MAP1S and MAP1B both are involved in regulating trafficking of NR3A-containing NMDAR.
Participation of structural microtubule-associated proteins (MAPs) in the development of neuronal polarity.
This gene encodes a protein that belongs to the microtubule-associated protein family. The proteins of this family are thought to be involved in microtubule assembly, which is an essential step in neurogenesis. The product of this gene is a precursor polypeptide that presumably undergoes proteolytic processing to generate the final MAP1B heavy chain and LC1 light chain. Gene knockout studies of the mouse microtubule-associated protein 1B gene suggested an important role in development and function of the nervous system.
, microtubule associated protein 1B
, Microtubule-associated protein 1B (MAP 1B) (MAP1.2) (MAP1(X))
, microtubule-associated protein 5