CRABP1


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CRABP1Cellular Retinoic Acid Binding Protein 1
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Follicular mesenchymal cells (Lat RNA-seq and Med RNAseq in Figure 4) expressed CRABP1, GDF10, and GREM1 genes higher than germ cells (PS RNA-seq and RS RNA-seq in Figure 4).
To demonstrate the effect of H3K4me3/H3K27me3 bivalent state on transcription inhibition of germ cells [2,7], we chose CRABP1, GDF10, and GREM1 as candidate genes due to their redundant lineage-specific transcriptions in follicular mesenchymal cells [11].
Chromatin histone 3 (H3) trimethylation state and transcription of cellular retinoic acid binding protein 1 (CRABP1), growth differentiation factor 10 (GDF10), and gremlin 1 (GREM1) genes.
Overexpression of CRABP1. The human CRABP1 cDNA was cloned into the pGIPZ CMV-MCS-IRES-tdTom-F vector and the lentivirus was produced in 293TN cells by the calcium phosphate method.
Correlation of p75NTR and CRABP1 Levels in Neuroblastoma Cell Lines.
Regulation of CRABP1 Expression by p75NTR in SH-EP1 Cells.
Transient knockdown of p75NTR using siRNA resulted in transient knockdown of CRABP1 in the p75OE SH-EP1 cells, with levels returning to baseline upon recovery of p75NTR expression (Figure 2(c)).
Effects of Altered Expression of CRABP1 on Impairment of Cellular Metabolic Function by Fenretinide.
Six loci (DAPK, HOXA1, CRABP1, TWIST1, GRIN2B, and TIMP3) showed statistically higher methylation levels in adult samples than in pediatric samples (all values, P < .05, both Student t test and Mann-Whitney U test; Figure 4, A).
DAPK, HOXA1, CRABP1, TW1ST1, GR1N2B, T1MP3, NEUROG1, and SMAD9 showed statistically higher methylation levels in adult samples than in pediatric samples (all values, P < .01, both Student t test and Mann-Whitney U test; Figure 4, B).
We also noted differences in the methylation levels of individual loci between results from H pylori-negative adult samples and H pylori-negative pediatric samples: 6 loci (DAPK, HOXA1, CRABP1, TW1ST1, GR1N2B, and T1MP3) showed statistically higher methylation levels in adult samples than in pediatric samples (all values, P < .05).