FABP3


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AcronymDefinition
FABP3Fatty Acid-Binding Protein 3 (antibody)
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The AKR1C1, HMGCS2, and FABP3 genes are associated with regulation of rumen development during early weaning.
Overexpression of FABP3 inhibits human bone marrow derived mesenchymal stem cell proliferation but enhances their survival in hypoxia.
FABP3 is involved in the uptake, transport, and metabolism of fatty acids (FAs) and is mainly expressed in cardiac and skeletal muscle.
Whereas, the FABP3 gene had a negative relationship according to PC1.
The treatments with addition of 500 to 600 pM stearate in culture medium had lower expression of FASN, ACACA, SCD, and FABP3 than the control and those with addition of 200 to 400 pM stearate.
FABP3 involved in intracellular LCFA transport and FABP3 mRNA abundance was up-regulated during lactation in the bovine mammary gland (Bionaz and Loor, 2008a).
Expression of FABP1 was much greater in liver, while FABP3 and FABP4 transcripts were much more abundant in mammary tissues.