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  1. DDX3Y and other Male Specific Region of Y Chromosome Genes may modulate neuronal differentiation and mediate var... OmicsDI

    ID: PXD002428

    Date Released: 09-17-2015

    Description: proach to profile the male specific region of the Y chromosome (MSY) proteins. First, we profiled the expression of 23 Y chromosome genes and 15 of their X-linked homologues during neural cell differentiation from NT2 cells at three different developmental stages using qRT-PCR, western blotting and immunofluorescent (IF) tech...

  2. DDX3Y_PANTR UniProt:Swiss-Prot

    ID: Q6GVM6

    Description: Removed ATP-dependent RNA helicase DDX3Y Helicase ATP-binding Helicase C-terminal ATP ATP Q motif

  3. DDX3Y_PONAB UniProt:Swiss-Prot

    ID: Q5RF43

    Description: Removed ATP-dependent RNA helicase DDX3Y Helicase ATP-binding Helicase C-terminal ATP ATP Q motif

  4. Gene Expression Profiling Of Spinal Cord Injured Patients With Intractable Neuropathic Pain ArrayExpress

    ID: E-GEOD-69901

    Description: cut-off degree at 4 fold change. EIF1AY, RPS4Y1, DDX3Y, RPL31, ETS1, KLF3, JUN, CYorf15B, and ERAP2 were in up-regulated and HLA-C, XIST, C4BPA, FAM118A, ZNF506, OVOS2, and C1D were in down-regulated group. KEGG pathway database showed that 14.6% of genes were enriched in the nodes of immune system. Real time polymerase chain reaction analyses did not increase to statistically significant levels for confirmation of gene expression analyze results. Conclusions: Considering these data, findings of this first gene expression study in humans with SCI might provide valuable information for future targets for understanding neuropathic pain pathogenesis. The results of gene expression analyses were not confirmed by real time polymerase chain reaction. Studies with larger sample size are needed for confirmation. This is a cross-sectional study with a control group. Patients were divided into two groups according to intractable neuropathic pain existence.There were 12 patients in group A (Patients with pain) and 13 patients in control group....

  5. COMPLEX BETWEEN THE EXTRACELLULAR DOMAIN OF ERYTHROPOIETIN (EPO) RECEPTOR [EBP] AND AN INACTIVE PEPTIDE [EMP33] CONTAINS 3,5-DIBROMOTYROSINE IN POSITI... PDB

    ID: PDB:1EBA

    Description: PROTEIN (EPO RECEPTOR)

    dataset.creators: You, Y.
  6. DDX3Y and other Male Specific Region of Y Chromosome Genes may modulate neuronal differentiation and mediate var... ProteomeXchange

    ID: PXD002428

    Instrument: LTQ

    Date Released: 09-17-2015

  7. Gene Expression Profiling Of Spinal Cord Injured Patients With Intractable Neuropathic Pain BioProject

    ID: PRJNA287048

    Keywords: Transcriptome or Gene expression

    Access Type: download

    dataset.description: cut-off degree at 4 fold change. EIF1AY, RPS4Y1, DDX3Y, RPL31, ETS1, KLF3, JUN, CYorf15B, and ERAP2 were in up-regulated and HLA-C, XIST, C4BPA, FAM118A, ZNF506, OVOS2, and C1D were in down-regulated group. KEGG pathway database showed that 14.6% of genes were enriched in the nodes of immune system. Real time polymerase chain reaction analyses did not increase to statistically significant levels for confirmation of gene expression analyze results. Conclusions: Considering these data, findings of this first gene expression study in humans with SCI might provide valuable information for future targets for understanding neuropathic pain pathogenesis. The results of gene expression analyses were not confirmed by real time polymerase chain reaction. Studies with larger sample size are needed for confirmation. Overall design: This is a cross-sectional study with a control group. Patients were divided into two groups according to intractable neuropathic pain existence.There were 12 patients in group A (Patients with pain) and 13 patients in control group....
  8. Gene Expression Profiling Of Spinal Cord Injured Patients With Intractable Neuropathic Pain OmicsDI

    ID: E-GEOD-69901

    Date Released: 06-21-2015

    Description: cut-off degree at 4 fold change. EIF1AY, RPS4Y1, DDX3Y, RPL31, ETS1, KLF3, JUN, CYorf15B, and ERAP2 were in up-regulated and HLA-C, XIST, C4BPA, FAM118A, ZNF506, OVOS2, and C1D were in down-regulated group. KEGG pathway database showed that 14.6% of genes were enriched in the nodes of immune system. Real time polymerase chain reaction analyses did not increase to statistically significant levels for confirmation of gene expression analyze results. Conclusions: Considering these data, findings of this first gene expression study in humans with SCI might provide valuable information for future targets for understanding neuropathic pain pathogenesis. The results of gene expression analyses were not confirmed by real time polymerase chain reaction. Studies with larger sample size are needed for confirmation. This is a cross-sectional study with a control group. Patients were divided into two groups according to intractable neuropathic pain existence.There were 12 patients in group A (Patients with pain) and 13 patients in control group....

  9. Data from: Strong and stable geographic differentiation of swamp buffalo maternal and paternal lineages indicates domestication in the China/Indochina... Dryad

    DateIssued: 04-15-2016

    Description: tDNA Cytochrome b gene and control region and the Y-chromosomal ZFY, SRY and DBY sequences. Swamp buffalo has a higher diversity of both maternal and paternal lineages than river buffalo, with also a remarkable contrast between a weak phylogeographic structure of river buffalo and a strong geographic differentiation of swamp buffalo. The highest diversity of the swamp buffalo maternal lineages was found in South China and North Indochina on both banks of the Mekong River, while the highest diversity in paternal lineages was in the China-Indochina border region. We propose that domestication in this regi...

  10. Transcription profiling of post-mortem human brain to investigate gender specific gene expression ArrayExpress

    ID: E-GEOD-2164

    Description: expressed genes between males and females on the Y chromosome (DBY, SMCY, UTY, RPS4Y, and USP9Y) and X chromosome (XIST) were confirmed using real-time PCR measurements. In situ hybridization confirmed the differential expression of gender-specific genes and neuronal expression of XIST, RPS4Y, SMCY, and UTY in three brain regions examined. The XIST gene, which silences gene expression on regions of the X chromosome, is expressed in a subset of neurons. Since a subset of neurons express gender-specific genes, neural subpopulations may exhibit a subtle sexual dimorphism at the level of differences in gene regulation and function. The distinctive pattern of neuronal expression of XIST, RPS4Y, SMCY, and UTY and other sex chromosome genes in neuronal subpopulations may possibly contribute to gender differenc...

  11. Gender-specific gene expression in post-mortem human brain BioProject

    ID: PRJNA91433

    Keywords: Transcriptome or Gene expression

    Access Type: download

    dataset.description: expressed genes between males and females on the Y chromosome (DBY, SMCY, UTY, RPS4Y, and USP9Y) and X chromosome (XIST) were confirmed using real-time PCR measurements. In situ hybridization confirmed the differential expression of gender-specific genes and neuronal expression of XIST, RPS4Y, SMCY, and UTY in three brain regions examined. The XIST gene, which silences gene expression on regions of the X chromosome, is expressed in a subset of neurons. Since a subset of neurons express gender-specific genes, neural subpopulations may exhibit a subtle sexual dimorphism at the level of differences in gene regulation and function. The distinctive pattern of neuronal expression of XIST, RPS4Y, SMCY, and UTY and other sex chromosome genes in neuronal subpopulations may possibly contribute to gender differenc...
  12. Gender-specific gene expression in post-mortem human brain GEMMA

    ID: 300

    Keywords: functional genomics

    Description: expressed genes between males and females on the Y chromosome (DBY, SMCY, UTY, RPS4Y, and USP9Y) and X chromosome (XIST) were confirmed using real-time PCR measurements. In situ hybridization confirmed the differential expression of gender-specific genes and neuronal expression of XIST, RPS4Y, SMCY, and UTY in three brain regions examined. The XIST gene, which silences gene expression on regions of the X chromosome, is expressed in a subset of neurons. Since a subset of neurons express gender-specific genes, neural subpopulations may exhibit a subtle sexual dimorphism at the level of differences in gene regulation and function. The distinctive pattern of neuronal expression of XIST, RPS4Y, SMCY, and UTY and other sex chromosome genes in neuronal subpopulations may possibly contribute to gender differenc...


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