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Human LMO4 Protein expressed in HEK-293 Cells - ABIN2724855
Jamesdaniel, Coling, Hinduja, Ding, Li, Cassidy, Seigel, Qu, Salvi: Cisplatin-induced ototoxicity is mediated by nitroxidative modification of cochlear proteins characterized by nitration of Lmo4. in The Journal of biological chemistry 2012
Lmo4 participates in the regulation of lung epithelial cell proliferation but is not essential for tumor progression.
LMO4 appears to form a hub in protein-protein interaction networks, linking numerous pathways within cells.
Clim2, in a complex with LMO4, supports mammary stem cells by directly targeting the Fgfr2 promoter in basal cells to increase its expression
Existence of a region in the lateral portion of the mammalian cochlea that is competent to make an organ of Corti is demonstrated in the absence of LMO4 function.
Low LMO4 mRNA levels were associated with response to erlotinib in non-small-cell lung cancer.
oncoprotein HBXIP is able to activate the transcriptional coregulatory protein LMO4 through transcription factor Sp1 in promotion of proliferation of breast cancer cells.
Data suggest that overexpression of LMO4 may disrupt some of the normal tumour suppressor activities of CtIP, thereby contributing to breast cancer progression.
the association of high levels of LMO4 with aggressive neuroblastomas is dependent on LMO4 regulation of cadherin expression and hence, tumor invasiveness
LMO4 is a direct target of p53 and inhibits p53-mediated proliferative inhibition of breast cancer cells through interacting p53
LMO4 is over-expressed in highly invasive rhabdomyosarcoma, alveolar cells
LMO4 expression in squamous cell carcinoma of the anterior tongue
data indicate that LMO4 has similar cellular effects in normal mammary epithelial cells and breast cancer cells, and also provide direct evidence for the idea that normal development and carcinogenesis share conserved molecular mechanisms
LMO4 protects neurons from ischemic brain injury, in part through its requirement as an essential cofactor of PPAR gamma
These findings reveal a novel complex between BRCA1, LMO4, and CtIP and indicate a role for LMO4 as a repressor of BRCA1 activity in breast tissue.
1H, 15N and 13C assignments of FLIN4, an intramolecular LMO4:ldb1 complex
Lmo4 RNA overexpression interferes with neuritic outgrowth,anti-sense Lmo4 RNA expression favors neuritogenesis in SH-SY5Y cells. Changes in Lmo4 RNA expression levels might alter the rate of neuritic outgrowth in the developing and adult nervous system.
LMO4 interaction modulates the interleukin-6 receptor subunit glycoprotein 130 complex and its signaling
LMO4 is consistently more highly expressed in the embryonic right perisylvian cerebral cortex than in the left
LMO4 in breast epithelium contributes directly to breast neoplasia by altering the rate of cellular proliferation and promoting cell invasion.
Artificial intramolecular cyclic protein complex between two interacting proteins: the largely unstable LIM-only protein 4 (LMO4) and an unstructured domain of LIM domain binding protein 1 (ldb1).
Multiple roles of Lmo4 during retinal development.
These results reveal a novel, LMO4-dependent transcriptional program within the basolateral amygdala that is essential to cue-reward learning.
activation of SLK by haptotactic signals requires its recruitment to the leading edge by LMO4 in a Src-dependent manner.
Thus, our study reveals an essential requirement for LMO4 to modulate central insulin signaling.
A novel sensory competent region in the lateral cochlear duct is regulated by LMO4.
By increasing neuronal activity in the paraventricular hypothalamus, food intake was suppressed in LMO4-deficient mice.
LMO4 is a novel modulator of adipogenesis.
The results of this study found that LIM domain only 4 (LMO4) inhibits PTP1B activity by increasing the oxidized inactive form of PTP1B in hypothalamus of mice.
results identify Lmo4 as a central developmental control over the diversity of motor cortex projection neuron subpopulations, establishing their area-specific identity and specialized connectivity.
LMO4 modulates the activity of the DEAF NES, causing nuclear accumulation of a construct containing the LMO4-interaction region of DEAF1.
a selective role for LMO4 in the basolateral complex in modulating learned but not unlearned fear
This study demonitratd that LMO4 as a key regulator of calcium-induced calcium release in central neurons, providing a mechanism for LMO4 to modulate a wide range of neuronal functions and behavior.
LMO4 is expressed in the ventromedial hypothalamic nuclei but not in the arcurate nucleus, and consistent with their predominant effects in regulating fate metabolism/energy expenditure and feeding.
LMO4 and estrogen receptor alpha are associated with the Alk promoter by chromatin immunoprecipitation and Alk is an estrogen-responsive gene in the striatum.
Results indicate that LMO4 promotes the acquisition of cortical neuronal identities by forming a complex with NGN2 and subsequently activating NGN2-dependent gene expression.
Our finding of an essential postnatal function of LMO4 in the differentiation of Bhlhb5-expressing inhibitory interneurons in the retina may be a general mechanism whereby LMO4 controls the production of inhibitory interneurons in the nervous system
Data indicated that there is a genetic interaction between Cited2 and Lmo4 in control of thymus development.
The LMO4 enhances GCSF-induced Stat3 signaling in neurons, in part by sequestering histone deacetylase.
Lmo4 controls the development of the dorsolateral otocyst into semicircular canals and cristae through two distinct mechanisms.
Expression of Lmo4 in a fusion protein in mammary epithelial cells inhibits mammary gland development in mice.
lmo4b has an essential role in forebrain development as a modulator of six3 and rx3 expression, and thus indirectly influences neural cell fate commitment, cell proliferation and tissue growth in the anterior CNS.
This gene encodes a cysteine-rich protein that contains two LIM domains but lacks a DNA-binding homeodomain. The encoded protein may play a role as a transcriptional regulator or as an oncogene.
LIM domain only protein 4
, LIM domain transcription factor LMO4
, breast tumor autoantigen
, LIM domain only 4
, ethanol induced 4
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