NRIP1Nuclear Receptor Interacting Protein 1
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In addition, the NRIP1 gene, which is involved in diabetes or angiogenesis, is believed to be a target of miR-134, where its expression is reduced in dfECFCs overexpressing miR-134 and is increased in ECFCs treated with FIR.
Frequently selected genes include RMI1, NRIP1, TOP1, ZFHX3, CEP350, NFYA, PSENEN, ANP32A, SEMA4C, and SP1.
To achieve these functions, some genes must be down-regulated, such as Nuclear receptor-interacting protein 1 (Nrip1) (SUGIURA et al., 2010).