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Human Polyclonal TIE1 Primary Antibody for CyTOF, FACS - ABIN4899695
Danet, Pan, Luongo, Bonnet, Simon: Expansion of human SCID-repopulating cells under hypoxic conditions. in The Journal of clinical investigation 2003
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Human Polyclonal TIE1 Primary Antibody for ICC, WB - ABIN871088
Gu, Zhang, Wang, Mo, Zhou, Chen, Liu, Zhang: Global expression of cell surface proteins in embryonic stem cells. in PLoS ONE 2011
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Human Monoclonal TIE1 Primary Antibody for ELISA, WB - ABIN449623
Saulle, Guerriero, Petronelli, Coppotelli, Gabbianelli, Morsilli, Spinello, Pelosi, Castelli, Testa, Coppola: Autocrine role of angiopoietins during megakaryocytic differentiation. in PLoS ONE 2012
Expression of a non-phosphorylatable mutant of the Tie1 juxtamembrane domain threonine site (T794A) significantly disrupted vascular development, resulting in fish with stunted and (show TEK Antibodies)poorly branched intersomitic vessels.
Tie-1 and Tie-2 (show TEK Antibodies) are not required for early heart development, yet they have redundant roles for the maintenance of endocardial-myocardial connection in later stages.
A natural antisense transcript was identified for tyrosine kinase containing immunoglobulin and epidermal growth factor (show EGF Antibodies) homology domain-1 (tie-1), tie-1AS long noncoding RNA in zebrafish, mouse, and humans.
Tie1 directly interacts with Tie2 (show TEK Antibodies) to promote ANG (show ANG Antibodies)-induced vascular responses under noninflammatory conditions, whereas in inflammation, Tie1 cleavage contributes to loss of ANG2 (show ANGPT2 Antibodies) agonist activity and vascular stability
Ang (show ANG Antibodies),Tie1 and Tie2 (show TEK Antibodies) play roles in vascular development and pathogenesis of vascular diseases.[review]
In vitro binding assays with purified components reveal that Tie-integrin recognition is direct, and further demonstrate that the receptor binding domain of the Tie2 ligand (show ANGPT2 Antibodies) Ang-1 (show ANGPT1 Antibodies), but not the receptor binding domain of Ang-2 (show ANGPT2 Antibodies), can independently associate with a5b1 or aVb3. cooperative Tie/integrin interactions selectively stimulate ERK/MAPK (show MAPK1 Antibodies) signaling in the presence of both Ang-1 (show ANGPT1 Antibodies) and fibronectin (show FN1 Antibodies)
The inhibition of Tie-2 (show TEK Antibodies) exerted by Tie-1can be relieved by Tie-1 ectodomain cleavage mediated by tumor- and inflammatory-related factors, which causes destabilization of vessels and initiates vessel remodeling in cancer. (Review)
T794A-expressing human umbilical vein endothelial cells formed significantly shorter tubes with fewer branches in three-dimensional Matrigel cultures, but did not alter Tie1 or Tie2 (show TEK Antibodies) tyrosine phosphorylation or downstream signaling.
The decreasing expression of Tie1 may play an important role in the pathogenesis of primary lower extremity varicose veins.
Data propose that EndMT associated with Tie1 downregulation participates in the pathological development of stroma observed in tumours.
the effects of factors activating ectodomain cleavage on both Tie1 and Tie2 (show TEK Antibodies) within the same population of cells, and their impact on angiopoietin signalling
these results suggest that the expression level of Tie1 and its physical interaction with Tie2 (show TEK Antibodies) defines whether Ang2 (show ANGPT2 Antibodies) functions as a Tie2 (show TEK Antibodies) agonist or antagonist, thereby determining the context-dependent differential endothelial sensitivity to Ang2 (show ANGPT2 Antibodies).
The Tie-1 immunoreactivity was dominantly observed in the heamangiogenic cells and cells cords, whereas the matured villi showed immunoreactivity only in other components.
Data support an interactive model of Tie1 and Tie2 (show TEK Antibodies) function, in which dynamically regulated Tie1 versus Tie2 (show TEK Antibodies) expression determines the net positive or negative effect of Tie1 on Tie2 (show TEK Antibodies) signaling.
Data indicate that receptor tyrosine kinase (show ERBB3 Antibodies) Tie1 deletion resulted in lack of lymphatic valves and collecting vessel defects.
In contrast to the important role of Tie2 (show TEK Antibodies) in the regulation of blood vascular development, Tie1 is crucial in the process of lymphatic remodeling and maturation, which is independent of Tie2 (show TEK Antibodies).
Tie1 regulates tumor angiogenesis, postnatal sprouting angiogenesis, and endothelial cell survival, which are controlled by VEGF (show VEGFA Antibodies), Angpt, and Notch (show NOTCH1 Antibodies) signals
Shear stress conditions that modulate atherogenic events also regulate Tie1 expression. Therefore, Tie1 may play a novel proinflammatory role in atherosclerosis.
Developing lymphatic vasculature is particularly sensitive to alterations in Tie1 expression in mice.
Loss of Tie1 results in lymphatic vascular abnormalities that precede the blood vessel phenotype, suggesting that Tie1 is involved in lymphangiogenesis.
A natural antisense transcript was identified for tyrosine kinase (show TYRO3 Antibodies) containing immunoglobulin and epidermal growth factor (show EGF Antibodies) homology domain-1 (tie-1), tie-1AS long noncoding RNA in zebrafish, mouse, and humans.
In the lung, Tie1 expression increases prior to birth and rises in the newborn animal, a pattern not found in other organs.
Blood vessel homeostasis and endothelial cell survival depend on proper signalling through angiopoietin receptors such as the receptor tyrosine kinases Tie-1 and Tie-2 (show TEK Antibodies). Tie-1 and Tie-2 (show TEK Antibodies) localized to motile cilia of the oviduct.
This gene encodes a member of the tyrosine protein kinase family. The encoded protein plays a critical role in angiogenesis and blood vessel stability by inhibiting angiopoietin 1 signaling through the endothelial receptor tyrosine kinase Tie2. Ectodomain cleavage of the encoded protein relieves inhibition of Tie2 and is mediated by multiple factors including vascular endothelial growth factor. Alternatively spliced transcript variants encoding multiple isoforms have been observed for this gene.
tyrosine-protein kinase receptor Tie-1
, tyrosine kinase with immunoglobulin and epidermal growth factor homology domains 1
, tyrosine kinase with immunoglobulin and epidermal growth factor homology domains
, tyrosine kinase receptor 1