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The glandular kallikrein family is composed of structurally related serine proteases. Studies show that the mouse family encompasses at least 14 highly conserved functional genes, but of these only the tissue kallikarein has a human ortholog. In man, the tissue kallikrein display high sequence...
Protein kinase C (PKC) ζ is a phospholipid-dependent serine/threonine kinase that appears to perform important cell signaling functions. Two forms of PKC ζ RNA, with different 5′ ends, have been reported. The major form (ζ) is expressed in most, if not all tissues, while the minor form...
We employed cDNA microarrays representing 4000 distinct sequences to profile changes in gene expression in a rodent model of heart disease, namely, progression to heart failure after myocardial infarction. Differential gene expression in the left ventricle was examined at 4-week intervals over a...
Thimet oligopeptidase (TOP) is a thiol-dependent metallopeptidase, which can cleave and thereby modulate the activity of many neuropeptides. The enzyme is active in many endocrine tissues, including testis, brain, and pituitary. In rat, the richest source of TOP is the testes, with a specific...
We compiled a comprehensive database of alternative exons from the literature and analyzed them statistically. Most alternative exons are cassette exons and are expressed in more than two tissues. Of all exons whose expression was reported to be specific for a certain tissue, the majority were...
The human genome contains six arylsulfatase genes (ARSA-ARSF), of which four are clustered in a distal region of the short arm of the X chromosome (Xp22.3). They were probably generated by a series of evolutionary duplication events; their exon-intron boundaries are identical. Nevertheless,...
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