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Human Polyclonal SNAI1 Primary Antibody for IF, IHC - ABIN6712301
Wang, Jiang, Yang, Tang, Yang, Xu, Jiang, Liu: Expression of TGF-β1, SNAI1 and MMP-9 is associated with lymph node metastasis in papillary thyroid carcinoma. in Journal of molecular histology 2015
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Human Polyclonal SNAI1 Primary Antibody for FACS, ICC - ABIN4899437
Satelli, Mitra, Brownlee, Xia, Bellister, Overman, Kopetz, Ellis, Meng, Li: Epithelial-mesenchymal transitioned circulating tumor cells capture for detecting tumor progression. in Clinical cancer research : an official journal of the American Association for Cancer Research 2015
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Human Polyclonal SNAI1 Primary Antibody for IF, IHC - ABIN3019403
Yang, Qiu, Xiao, Hu, Liu, Chen, Huang, Li, Li, Zhang, Ding, Xiang: AP-2β inhibits hepatocellular carcinoma invasion and metastasis through Slug and Snail to suppress epithelial-mesenchymal transition. in Theranostics 2018
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Human Polyclonal SNAI1 Primary Antibody for IF, IHC - ABIN6671224
Xu, Zhu, Zhao, Chen, Zhang, Yuan, Deng, Dou, Wang, Huang, Chen, Jiang, Yu: Atypical ubiquitin E3 ligase complex Skp1-Pam-Fbxo45 controls the core epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition-inducing transcription factors. in Oncotarget 2015
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Human Polyclonal SNAI1 Primary Antibody for IF, IHC (p) - ABIN498268
Feng, Di, Tao, Chang, Lu, Fan, Shan, Li, Yang: PDK1 regulates vascular remodeling and promotes epithelial-mesenchymal transition in cardiac development. in Molecular and cellular biology 2010
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Human Polyclonal SNAI1 Primary Antibody for IHC (p), ELISA - ABIN542887
Kato, Shimmura, Kawakita, Miyashita, Ogawa, Yoshida, Higa, Okano, Tsubota: Beta-catenin activation and epithelial-mesenchymal transition in the pathogenesis of pterygium. in Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 2007
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Human Polyclonal SNAI1 Primary Antibody for ELISA - ABIN547749
Toyofuku, Nojima, Ishikawa, Takamatsu, Tsujimura, Uemura, Matsuda, Seki, Kumanogoh: Endosomal sorting by Semaphorin 4A in retinal pigment epithelium supports photoreceptor survival. in Genes & development 2012
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Human Polyclonal SNAI1 Primary Antibody for ELISA - ABIN542888
Batlle, Sancho, Francí, Domínguez, Monfar, Baulida, García De Herreros: The transcription factor snail is a repressor of E-cadherin gene expression in epithelial tumour cells. in Nature cell biology 2000
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Human Polyclonal SNAI1 Primary Antibody for ELISA, WB - ABIN542890
Deloukas, Matthews, Ashurst, Burton, Gilbert, Jones, Stavrides, Almeida, Babbage, Bagguley, Bailey, Barlow, Bates, Beard, Beare, Beasley, Bird, Blakey, Bridgeman, Brown, Buck, Burrill, Butler, Carder et al.: The DNA sequence and comparative analysis of human chromosome 20. ... in Nature 2002
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Guinea Pig Polyclonal SNAI1 Primary Antibody for IHC, WB - ABIN2777858
Zhou, Deng, Xia, Xu, Li, Gunduz, Hung: Dual regulation of Snail by GSK-3beta-mediated phosphorylation in control of epithelial-mesenchymal transition. in Nature cell biology 2004
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TRIM50 acted as a tumor suppressor in hepatocarcinoma cells by directly targeting SNAIL and reversing epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition.
Snail is important in controllinghigh grade serous ovarian cancer malignant phenotypes and suggest that the Snail/Let-7 axis may be an attractive target for high grade serous ovarian cancer treatment.
findings reveal a tumour-suppressive role of UDP-glucose in lung cancer metastasis and uncover a mechanism by which UDP-glucose 6-dehydrogenase (UGDH) promotes tumour metastasis by increasing the stability of SNAI1 mRNA
Data indicate that DEAD-box helicase 21 (DDX21) regulated Snail transcription factors (Snail) expression independent of its helicase activity.
LXRalpha activation antagonizes the mesenchymal, reactive oxygen species and pro-apoptotic responses to TGFbeta and the mesenchymal transcription factor Snail mediates this crosstalk. In contrast, LXRalpha activation and TGFbeta cooperate in enforcing cytostasis in HCC, which preserves their epithelial features.
miR-22 is found to suppress cell proliferation/apoptosis by directly targeting MAPK1 (mitogen-activated protein kinase 1, ERK2) and inhibit cell motility by targeting both MAPK1 and Snail.
STK17B promotes carcinogenesis and metastasis via AKT/GSK-3beta/Snail signaling in hepatocellular carcinoma.
restoring the expression of MIST1 reverses the EMT and reduces the tumorigenicity of pancreatic cancer cells partly via the Snail/E-cadherin pathway
Results showed that Snail1 expression was upregulated in gastric cancer (GC tissues) and was found to be the target gene of miR22 in GC cells. Its downregulation enhances the effects exerted by the overexpression of miR22 and reverses the effects exerted by the silencing of miR22 in GC cells.
SNAI1 gene expression was significantly decreased after cocultivation of Caco2 cells with bacteria
These results suggest that beta-arr1 promotes liver fibrosis via autophagy-mediated Snail signaling, and beta-arr1 may be a therapeutic target for liver fibrosis.
These results demonstrate, for the first time, the role for USP47, as a novel target of Sox9, in the regulation of epithelial-mesenchymal transition and metastasis of colorectal cancer cells.
study defines a Snail-ESRP1 cancer axis that is crucial for human lung carcinogenesis, with implications for new intervention strategies and translational opportunities
The KLF5 could promote the epithelial-mesenchymal transition (EMT) in hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) via the PI3K/AKT/Snail signaling pathway.
m6A-sequencing and functional studies confirm that Snail, a key transcription factor of epithelial mesenchymal transition (EMT), is involved in m6A-regulated EMT. m6A in Snail coding region, but not 3'UTR, triggers polysome-mediated translation of Snail mRNA in cancer cells. Loss and gain functional studies confirm that YTHDF1 mediates m6A-increased translation of Snail mRNA.
Snail1 contributes to the malignant phenotype of breast cancer cells via diverse new mechanisms.
MiR-1306-3p modulates FBXL5-meadiated snail protein stability in hepatocellular carcinoma.
A new mechanism of sumoylated Flot-1-mediating Snail stabilization is presented.
Snail is a direct downstream target gene of muscleblindlike 1 (MBNL1) in the colorectal cancer (CRC) HCT-116 cells. The overexpression of MBNL1 markedly enhanced the recruitment of Snail transcripts to processing bodies (Pbodies), leading to the increased degradation of Snail mRNA and consequent translational silencing.
Investigated twist family bHLH transcription factor 1 (Twist), snail family transcriptional repressor 1 (Snail) and E-cadherin in prognosis, recurrence-free survival and overall survival in completely resected N0 NSCLC patients. Found high expression of Twist and Snail and low expression of E-cadherin were associated with unfavourable prognosis.
the EndMT transcription factor SNAI1 promotes the early phase of ocular neovascularization and may provide a potential therapeutic target.
The downregulation of miRNA30e induced the protein expression of Snai1, transforming growth factor (TGF)beta and mothers against decapentaplegic homolog 2 (Smad2) and suppressed that of NADPH oxidase 4 (Nox4) in vitro.
Data show that snail family zinc finger 1 (Snail1)-deficient mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) present higher levels of both telomerase activity and the long non-coding RNA called telomeric repeat-containing RNA (TERRA), an RNA that controls telomere integrity.
show that the PAR-atypical protein kinase C (aPKC) polarity complex inhibits epithelial-mesenchymal transition (EMT) both contribute to carcinoma progression and metastasisEMT and invasion by promoting degradation of the SNAIL family protein SNAI1.
High Snail expression is associated with atherosclerosis.
Impairment in the insulin-Snail1 axis may contribute to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in obesity.
Increased SNAI1 expression is associated with the development of severe pulmonary hypertension.
Snail knockdown in mouse ovarian cancer cell lines suppresses tumor growth and expression of CXCR2 ligands. Thus, Snail induces ovarian cancer progression via upregulation of CXCR2 ligands and recruitment of myeloid-derived suppressor cells.
CDK4/CDK6-dependent activation of DUB3 regulates cancer metastasis through SNAIL1.
Neutrophils and Snail orchestrate the establishment of a pro-tumor microenvironment in lung cancer.
Nrf2 attenuates Epithelial-mesenchymal transition and fibrosis process by regulating the expression of snail in pulmonary fibrosis.
Pbx-dependent Epithelial-mesenchymal transition programs mediate murine upper lip/primary palate morphogenesis and fusion via regulation of Snail1.
a Snail1-ATGL axis that regulates adipose lipolysis and fatty acid release, is reported.
A20 promotes metastasis of aggressive basal-like breast cancers through multi-monoubiquitylation of Snail1.
Metagenomic analysis revealed direct correlation between PPARGC1A, SNAI1, and metastatic lung disease.
both Snail and Slug are able to form binary complexes with either YAP or TAZ that, together, control YAP/TAZ transcriptional activity and function throughout mouse development.
results demonstrate that skeletal stem/stromal cell mobilize Snail/Slug-YAP/TAZ complexes to control stem cell function
these results might suggest that calcineurin inhibitor-induced tubular SNAI1 protein cytoplasmic accumulation, possibly because of impaired SNAI1 proteasomal degradation and nuclear translocation, might be a sign of a diseased profibrotic epithelial phenotype.
Snail1 as a molecular bypass that suppresses the anti-proliferative and pro-apoptotic effects exerted by wild-type p53 in breast cancer
Study finds that expression of Snail (Sna) in adult Drosophila intestinal Apc-Ras tumors leads to the formation of macrometastases, which shows remarkable parallels to human metastases and reveals that Snail activates a partial epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition in tumor cells and that tumor cells undergo collective cell migration and seed polyclonal metastases.
While either Snail or Serpent induced a profound loss of epithelial polarity and tissue organisation, Serpent but not Snail also induced an increase in the size of wing discs. Furthermore, the Serpent-induced tumour-like tissues were able to grow extensively when transplanted into the abdomen of adult hosts.
Disruption of Snail expression in follicle stem cells compromises proliferation, but not maintenance. FSCs with excessive Snail expression had increased proliferation and lifespan, accompanied by a moderate decrease inE-cadherin expression (required for adhesion of FSCs to their niche) at the junction between their adjacent cells, indicating a conserved role of Snail in E-cadherin inhibition.
during gastrulation of Drosophila embryos, Sna expression downregulates polarity protein Baz which in turn results in junction disassembly at protein levels.
evidence for mechanosensitivity of cell-cell junctions and implications that myosin-mediated tension can prevent Snail-driven Eepithelial-mesenchymal transitions
Snail can potentiate enhancer activation by collaborating with different activators, providing a new mechanism by which Snail regulates development.
Rapid transcription kinetics and negative autoregulation are responsible for the remarkable homogeneity of snail expression and the coordination of mesoderm invagination.
Study shows that Sna represses transcription of pbl in the mesoderm primordium of D. melanogaster via one or more Sna-binding sites, which are conserved among species of the Drosophila genus, but not in the mosquito, correlating with the different modes of gastrulation in the different genuses.
Complex interactions between cis-regulatory modules in native conformation are critical for Drosophila snail expression.
The Snail repressor positions Notch signaling in the Drosophila embryo.
results show that Sna has a positive regulatory function on sim expression in the presumptive mesectoderm; this positive effect of Sna depends on the Su(H)-binding sites within the sim promoter, suggesting that Sna regulates Notch signaling
snail is required for Drosophila gastrulation and is not replaceable by Escargot or Worniu.
Dorsal activates twist and snail, and the Dorsal/Twist/Snail network activates and represses other zygotic genes to form the dorsoventral axis in Drosophila.
Snail represses Tom expression in the mesoderm and thereby activates Delta trafficking.
The transcription factor Snail1 is essential for tissue separation, enabling paraxial protocadherin (PAPC) to promote tissue separation through novel functions.
Interaction with Snail1/2, and Twist function more generally, is regulated by GSK-3-beta-mediated phosphorylation of conserved sites in the WR domain.
the same E3 ubiquitin ligase known to regulate Snail family proteins, Partner of paired (Ppa), also controlled Twist stability and did so in a manner dependent on the Twist WR-rich domain
data support a Snail1-dependent mechanism of BBB disruption and penetration by meningeal pathogens.
Snail genes lie in regions of extensive paralogy, revealing their common origin through segmental or chromosomal duplication
data suggest that Nrz, in addition to its effect on apoptosis, contributes to cell movements during gastrulation by negatively regulating the expression of Snail-1, a transcription factor that controls cell adhesion
Snail genes not only act as inducers of epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition, but also as more general regulators of cell adhesion and movement.
NF-kappaB and Snail1a coordinate the cell cycle with gastrulation.
The Drosophila embryonic protein snail is a zinc finger transcriptional repressor which downregulates the expression of ectodermal genes within the mesoderm. The nuclear protein encoded by this gene is structurally similar to the Drosophila snail protein, and is also thought to be critical for mesoderm formation in the developing embryo. At least two variants of a similar processed pseudogene have been found on chromosome 2.
, protein snail homolog 1
, snail 1 homolog
, snail 1 zinc finger protein
, snail 1, zinc finger protein
, snail homolog 1
, zinc finger protein SNAI1
, snail like protein
, Protein snail-like protein 1
, snail homolog 1 (Drosophila)
, zinc-finger transcription factor Snail
, protein Xsnail
, protein snail homolog Sna
, protein xSna
, snail protein
, zinc finger protein with snail domain similar to escargot
, transcription factor protein
, snail zinc finger protein
, snail-like protein 1
, snail family zinc finger 1a