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  1. TM156_RAT UniProt:Swiss-Prot

    ID: Q5BK38

    Description: Transmembrane protein 156 Cytoplasmic Helical Extracellular Helical Cytoplasmic N-linked (Glc...

  2. GP156_RAT UniProt:Swiss-Prot

    ID: Q8K451

    Description: Probable G-protein coupled receptor 156 Extracellular Helical; Name=1 Cytoplasmic Helical; Name=2 Extracellular Helical; Na...

  3. PRRG_PRB01 UniProt:Swiss-Prot

    ID: Q9F7P4

    Description: ind either sugar or lipid; when associated with S-156 and S-175 Changes in the photocycle Lower molecular weight on SDS gels potentially due to failure to bind either sugar or lipid; when associated with S-107 and S-175 Lower molecular weight on SDS gels potentially due to failure to bind either sugar or lipid; when associated with S-107 and S-156...

  4. VF177_ASFK5 UniProt:Swiss-Prot

    ID: P0CA80

    Description: Membrane protein I177L Helical Extracellular N-linked (GlcNAc...); by host

  5. A common promoter hypomethylation signature in invasive breast, liver and prostate cancer cell lines reveals novel targets involved in cancer invasive... BioProject

    ID: PRJNA291638

    Keywords: Transcriptome or Gene expression

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    dataset.description: ur genes from the list C11orf68, G0S2, SHISA2 and TMEM156 in invasiveness using siRNA depletion. Importantly these genes are upregulated in human cancer specimens as determined by immunostaining of human normal and cancer breast, liver and prostate tissue arrays. Since these genes are activated in cancer they constitute a group of targets for specific pharmacological inhibitors of cancer invasiveness. Our study provides evidence that common DNA hypomethylation signature exists between cancer cells derived from different tissues, pointing to a common mechanism of cancer invasiveness in cancer cells from different origins. Overall design: Total RNA obrtained from MCF7, MDA-MB-231, HepG2, SKHep1, LNCaP and PC3 cancer cell lines...
  6. A common promoter hypomethylation signature in invasive breast, liver and prostate cancer cell lines reveals novel targets involved in cancer invasive... BioProject

    ID: PRJNA291637

    Keywords: Epigenomics

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    dataset.description: ur genes from the list C11orf68, G0S2, SHISA2 and TMEM156 in invasiveness using siRNA depletion. Importantly these genes are upregulated in human cancer specimens as determined by immunostaining of human normal and cancer breast, liver and prostate tissue arrays. Since these genes are activated in cancer they constitute a group of targets for specific pharmacological inhibitors of cancer invasiveness. Our study provides evidence that common DNA hypomethylation signature exists between cancer cells derived from different tissues, pointing to a common mechanism of cancer invasiveness in cancer cells from different origins. Overall design: Genomic DNA obtained from MCF7, MDA-MB-231, HepG2, SKHep1, LNCaP and PC3 cancer cell lines. IDAT files were not submitted for GSM1841870 and GSM1841871...
  7. PHOQ_SALT1 UniProt:Swiss-Prot

    ID: D0ZV89

    Description: esponse. Further decrease; when associated with K-156 Retains a wild-type Mg(2+) response only at 10 mM Retains a wild-type Mg(2+) response only at 10 mM in strain PhoP* PhoQ expressing mutant phoP N-93. Loss of autophosphorylation, irrespective of the presence of Mg(2+). Unable to promote phoP dephosphorylation even in presence of added Mg(2+)...


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