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human homolog is expressed in response to a germline translocation associated with familial urothelial carcinoma [RGD, Feb 2006].. 再加上，我们可以发TP53INP2 蛋白 (2)和数多这个蛋白质的别的产品。
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TP53INP2 repression is part of an adaptive mechanism aimed at preserving muscle mass under conditions in which insulin (显示 INS 抗体) action is deficient.
TP53INP2 promotes ribosome biogenesis through facilitating rRNA synthesis at the nucleolus
We conducted a replication study using a dataset outside of the Challenge, and found the association between TP53INP2 and ER-negative breast cancer was significant (p = 5.07x10-3). Expression of HP (16q22.2) showed a suggestive association with ER-negative breast cancer in the discovery phase (Z = 4.30, p = 1.70x10-5) although the association was not significant after Bonferroni adjustment.
The results reveal the association of TP53INP2-related basal autophagy with cell growth and malignant progression of human liposarcoma.
nucleolus integrity is not essential for both DOR nucleo-cytoplasmic shuttling and DOR function on basal autophagy
Mutation of conserved hydrophobic residues in region 1 of TP53inp2 reduces transcriptional activity, and blocks nuclear exit and autophagic activity under autophagy-activated conditions.
DOR plays an important role in thyroid hormone (显示 PTH 抗体)-mediated osteoblast differentiation, and a DOR SNP associates with plasma osteocalcin (显示 BGLAP 抗体) in men.
TP53INP2 is a novel gene involved in the autophagy of mammalian cells.
Alternative splicing of an exon in the 5' untranslated region of a gene termed TP53INP2 is a key event downstream of hnRNP A2 that is necessary for cells to invade the extracellular matrix.
human homolog is expressed in response to a germline translocation associated with familial urothelial carcinoma
tumor protein p53 inducible nuclear protein 2
, diabetes and obesity-regulated protein
, tumor protein p53-inducible nuclear protein 2
, diabetes and obesity regulated
, diabetes and obesity-regulated
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