ALPL

AcronymDefinition
ALPLAbraham Lincoln Presidential Library (Springfield, IL)
ALPLAlkaline Phosphatase, Liver
ALPLAvon Lake Public Library (Cleveland, OH)
ALPLAlbert Lea Public Library (Albert Lea, MN)
ALPLAthens-Limestone Public Library (Alabama)
ALPLAugusta-Lithgow Public Library (Augusta, ME)
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Similarly, the expression level of typical renal proximal tubule transporters, e.g., cubilin (CUBN), sodium/glucose cotransporter (SGLT) 1 and aquaporin 1 (AQP1), as well as the brush border markers, GGT1, LAP3 and ALPL, increased with complexity of the culture conditions (Fig.
The immune-precipitated genomic DNA was subjected to qPCR for the promoter regions of PPARG, KLF15 (related to adipogenesis) and SP7, ALPL (related to osteogenesis).
Serum Ca, P, ALP, PTH and vitamin D levels, urine Ca/Cr ratios, bone radiographs, lumber region dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DEXA) measurements, ALPL gene mutation analysis, urine PEA levels, and plasma PLP values were obtained from the medical records.
Bone ALP expression is acquired early in the differentiation of osteoblasts from mesenchymal progenitors, and bone ALP itself plays a key role in degrading the natural inhibitor of mineralization pyrophosphate, as evidenced by the potentially severe rickets-like skeletal disease in patients with hypophosphatasia due to mutations in ALPL.
These people are designated "ALPLs"-with the "A" signifying "assistant."
This result is in agreement with the findings reported by Mavenyengwa et al., in 2008, although they reported a higher rate of alpl gene and a lower rate of bca gene in serotype Ia.
They developed a fluorescent tag that could find and identify cells expressing a gene called ALPL. Expression of the gene is an indicator of bone-making potential.
Meanwhile, the ALPL-expressing cells produced on average more than twice as much bone matrix (and as much as nine times more in some trials) during three weeks of subsequent cultivation than a similar-sized population of unsorted adipose tissue cells and almost four times more bone matrix than cells that don't express ALPL. ALPL-expressing cells were also better at making cartilage or fat.
Gene ontology: biological Genes p-Value process terms Cell cycle CCNB1, CCNB2, MNAT1, CDC2, 2.7 E-14 CDKN 1 A, CDKN3, CDKN2A, ANAPC1, CDK10 Cellular metabolism KRT15, KIF1B, ZNF697, 4.3E-13 PRG2, P2RY2,IMMP2L Growth factor and growth BMP-2, TCF[beta]1, VEGF, 1.2E-11 factor receptor activity BMP8B, CSF1, FCFR1, BMPR2, 1GF2R, PDCFB, TGFBR2, NRP1, CCR2 Biosynthetic process CEL, COL11A2, ACPP, MMP14, 1.8E-9 CACNB1, ALPL, CDH1, ITGA3, SERPINB10, TAF4B, ABCB10, IRF8 Cell proliferation ATF3, MK167, S100A6, FTH1, DHCR7 2.1E-8 Signal transduction MAP2K3, MAPK14, MAP3K10, BAMBI, NDRG2, ECM1, SMAD7 5.5E-7 Apoptosis MYC, P53AIP1, ZBTB16, BBC3, 1.3E-5 VHL, CASP3, APITD1 Table 5 KEGG pathway analysis.
In the present study, we selected the following genes, sclerostin (Sost), low density lipoprotein receptor-related protein 6 (Lrp6), transcription factor 7-like 2 (Tcf7l2), alkaline phosphatase (Alpl), Mitogen-activated protein kinase kinase 6 (Map2k6) and nuclear factor of activated T cells, cytoplasmic, calcineurin dependent 4 (Nfatc4) involved in the significant signaling pathway "role of osteoblasts, osteoclasts, and chondrocytes in rheumatoid arthritis" (Figure 4) for additional evaluation.
PCR was performed using the primer assays for human collagen-1 (COL1A, NM_000088, catalog number PPH01299F), alkaline phosphatase (ALPL, NM.000478, catalog number PAHS-026), core binding factor-1 (cbfa-1 also known as Runt-related transcription factor 2, RUNX2, NM.004348.3, catalog number PPH01897B), osteocalcin (BGLAP, bone gamma-carboxyglutamate (gla) protein, NM_199173.3, catalog number PPH01898A), vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF, NM.003376.4, catalog number PPH00251B), and von Willebrand factor (vWF, NM_000552.3, catalog number PPH02567E); all purchased from Biomol (SuperArray, Frederick, MD, USA).
In contrast, genes upregulated following LBH589 treatment included markers of osteoblast differentiation (RUNX2, ALPL, BMP4, and SPP1), positive regulators of skeletal and bone development or ossification (TWSG1, SMAD3, TP63, and BMP2), and genes expressed by mature osteoblasts (IL6, LRP5, and CDH11) (Figure 2(c)).