Cx43


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Cx43Gap Junction Protein Connexin43 (gene)
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A mechanism for ATP release was provided by the detection of functional Panx1 channels in RBCs and by the lack of Cx43 and vesicular release of ATP in RBCs under physiological conditions.
Also, as shown by previous studies, ischaemic reperfusion injury causes rapid dephosphorylation of hexameric structure on cardiomyocyte membrane gap junctions of cardiomyocytes and leads the dominant form of Cx43 degradation within first few hours.
There are 21 members in Cx family of humans gene spectrum, which are named according to relative molecular mass (Mr), for example, Cx43 refers to a Cx with Mr = 43,000.
Real-time reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) was performed using a Biosystem 7300 (Applied Biosystems, Foster City, CA, USA) with TaqMan Assay-on Demand gene expression primer/probe sets (Applied Biosystems) for Cx43 (Assay ID; Hs00748445_s1), TNF-[alpha] (Assay ID; Hs01113624_g1), and IL-6 (Hs00985639_m1).
facilitating afterdepolarization Effect on myocyte Affecting assembling of Cx43 at gap -myocyte coupling junctions [?
MicroRNA-1 represses Cx43 expression in viral myocarditis.
73) Exposure of COCs in vitro to 6-diazo-5-oxo-1-norleucine or anti-CD44 antibody had no effect on the expression of total Cx43 but significantly inhibited its tyrosine phosphorylation.
celular; (73) es decir, la expresion de Cx43 promueve el contacto
Connexins CX26, CX32, and CX43, that form gap junctions and provide long range cell signaling within epithelia, appear down-regulated as the expression profiles of three malignant odontogenic tumors with those of the three benign ameloblastomas.
In agreement with the role of gap junctions in folliculogenesis, Cx43 knockout mice have had folliculogenesis arrest in their primary stage and developed incompetent oocytes (24, 25).
As an important family member of gap junctional proteins, the abundance of Cx43 is considered to be related to the quality of embryos.