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Abstract Environmental factors, including sunlight, are able to induce severe oxidative protein damage. The modified proteins are either repaired, degraded or escape from degradation and aggregate. In the present study we tested the effect of different sunlight components such as UV-A, UV-B, and...
Abstract We studied the interaction of the artificial 12-aa proline-rich peptide PD1 with the SH3 domain of the hematopoietic cell kinase Hck and the peptide's potency in competitively displacing HIV-1 Nef from the Hck SH3 domain. PD1 was obtained from a phage display screen and exhibits...
Abstract Niemann-Pick type C disease is an inherited fatal disorder characterized by the accumulation of unesterified cholesterol and other lipids in the endosomal/lysosomal compartment. Two independent genes responsible for this neurodegenerative disorder have been identified, but the precise...
Abstract AATF/Che-1 is a coactivator of several transcription factors, including steroid hormone receptors. In search of novel interaction partners of AATF, we identified BLOS2 (BLOC1S2, also termed Ceap) from a rat cDNA library. BLOS2 is extremely conserved with a high degree of homology to...
Abstract We previously reported cloning of the Taenia solium annexin B1 gene from a metacestode cDNA expression library and demonstrated that it acts as a protective antigen for effective vaccine development against cysticercosis. In the present study we produced recombinant annexin B1 and...
Abstract Calmodulin is a calcium ion-sensing signalling protein found in eukaryotics. Two calmodulin-like gene sequences were identified in an EST library from adult liver flukes. One codes for a protein (FhCaM1) homologous to mammalian calmodulins (98% identity), whereas the other protein...
Abstract Apoptosis is the major mechanism by which eukaryotic organisms eliminate potentially dangerous, superfluous and damaged cells. Initially, nuclei and mitochondria were found to be the key organelles involved in the process. However, recent data suggest that lysosomes and the endoplasmic...
Abstract The TGF-β signaling pathways are implicated in cancer. Cysteine cathepsins can contribute to the carcinogenic potential of tumor cells. The aim of this study was to investigate the regulation of cysteine cathepsin expression by TGF-β1 and the functional implications in tumor cells. We...
Abstract We recently demonstrated that heteromerization of innexins 2 and 3 from Drosophila melanogaster ( Dm ) is crucial for epithelial organization and polarity of the embryonic epidermis. Both innexins are thought to interact via their C-terminal cytoplasmic domains during the assembly of...
Abstract TNF-α is a major pro-inflammatory cytokine that regulates further cytokine induction, especially of IL-1 and IL-6, in many human diseases including cancer, inflammation and immune disorders. In a search for new inhibitors of inducible TNF-α promoter activity and expression, cultures of...
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