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In this review, we summarize the current understanding of the assembly and functions of STRIPAK complexes( striatin-centered multicomponent supramolecular structures containing both kinases and phosphatases), with a special focus on cell signaling and cancer
we report 2 cases of renal cell carcinomas harboring a novel STRN-ALK (show ALK ELISA Kits) fusion
PP2A/striatin complex modulates microtubule dynamics by regulating MAP2 phosphorylation
the rapid, nongenomic mineralocorticoid receptor (show NR3C2 ELISA Kits) pathway (mediated via striatin) has a role in modulating the interaction between salt intake and blood pressure.
A recurrent STRN/ALK (show ALK ELISA Kits) fusion found in thyroid carcinomas.
Our data demonstrate that STRN-ALK (show ALK ELISA Kits) fusion occurs in a subset of patients with highly aggressive types of thyroid cancer and provide initial evidence suggesting that it may represent a therapeutic target for these patients.
Striatin orchestrates the regulation of Mst3 by PP2A.
identify striatin as a molecular scaffold required for rapid, nongenomic estrogen-mediated activation of downstream signaling pathways
Taken together, splicing variation of SG2NA might have some critical roles in differentiation and maturation in metazoan cells.
striatin deficiency is associated with salt sensitivity of blood pressure, enhanced vasoconstriction, and decreased vascular relaxation, suggesting a critical role for striatin in regulation of vascular function and BP during changes in sodium intake.
these results provide evidence that increased striatin levels is a component of MR activation in the vasculature and suggest that regulation of striatin by ALDO may modulate estrogen's nongenomic effects.
striatin, calmodulin binding protein
, striatin, calmodulin-binding protein