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expression of the co-chaperone BAG3 and other chaperone-assisted selective autophagy factors was analyzed in the cellular, zebrafish and ky/ky mouse models.
kyphoscoliosis peptidase (Ky), which plays a vital role in muscle growth, was also up-regulated in the transgenic mice.
The Ky gene was downregulated in CAPN3KO muscles suggesting that Ky protease may play a complementary role in regulating muscle cytoskeleton homeostasis in response to changes in muscle activity.
KY, IGFN1 and FLNC are part of a Z-band associated protein complex likely to provide structural support to the skeletal muscle sarcomere.
The Ky protein has a putative key function in muscle development and has homologues in invertebrates, fungi and a cyanobacterium.
KY is an intrinsic part of the protein networks underlying the molecular mechanism of several limb-girdle muscular dystrophies.
Changes in expression of MLP, MARP2 and Xin have been related to the onset of dystrophic and adaptive changes that operate in ky/ky muscles
This study shown Kyphoscoliosis peptidase (KY) mutation causes a novel congenital myopathy with core targetoid defects in two bother.
Homozygous KY mutation was identified as a cause of progressive hereditary spastic paraplegia. High KY transcript levels were demonstrated in muscular organs and lower expression in the CNS.
Homozygous c.1071delG, p.(Thr358Leufs*3) variant of KY causes neuromuscular disorder by introducing a premature stop codon.
KY expression is significantly downregulated in human masticatory mucosa during wound healing
May play a role in modulating tissue specificity to insulin (isoform 3).