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Atopic dermatitis
Weidinger S, et al. Nat Rev Dis Primers 2018 - Review. PMID 29930242
Intermediate filament proteins of digestive organs: physiology and pathophysiology.
Omary MB. Am J Physiol Gastrointest Liver Physiol 2017 - Review. PMID 28360031 Free PMC article.
Intermediate filament proteins (IFs), such as cytoplasmic keratins in epithelial cells and vimentin in mesenchymal cells and the nuclear lamins, make up one of the three major cytoskeletal protein families. ...
Intermediate filament proteins (IFs), such as cytoplasmic keratins in epithelial cells and vimentin in mesenchymal cell
Evolutionary aspects in intermediate filament proteins.
Peter A and Stick R. Curr Opin Cell Biol 2015 - Review. PMID 25576801
Intermediate filament (IF) proteins, together with tubulins and actins, constitute the majority of cytoskeletal proteins in metazoans. Proteins of the IF family fulfil increasingly diverse functions but share common structural features. Phylogenetic analysis within the metazoan lineage traces back their origin to a common lamin-like ancestor. ...
Intermediate filament (IF) proteins, together with tubulins and actins, constitute the majority of cytoskeletal prot
Crystallographic Studies of Intermediate Filament Proteins.
Guzenko D, et al. Subcell Biochem 2017 - Review. PMID 28101862
Intermediate filaments (IFs), together with microtubules and actin microfilaments, are the three main cytoskeletal components in metazoan cells. ...Most IF proteins are tissue- or organelle-specific, which includes lamins, the IF proteins of the nucleus. The building block of IFs is an elongated dimer, which consists of a central α-helical 'rod' domain flanked by flexible N- and C-terminal domains. ...
Intermediate filaments (IFs), together with microtubules and actin microfilaments, are the three main cytoskeletal components in meta
Mechanical Properties of Intermediate Filament Proteins.
Charrier EE and Janmey PA. Methods Enzymol 2016. PMID 26795466 Free PMC article.
Purified intermediate filament (IF) proteins can be reassembled in vitro to produce polymers closely resembling those found in cells, and these filaments form viscoelastic gels. The cross-links holding IFs together in the network include specific bonds between polypeptides extending from the filament surface and ionic interactions mediated by divalent cations. ...
Purified intermediate filament (IF) proteins can be reassembled in vitro to produce polymers closely resembling those f …
Order and disorder in intermediate filament proteins.
Kornreich M, et al. FEBS Lett 2015 - Review. PMID 26231765 Free article.
Intermediate filaments (IFs), important components of the cytoskeleton, provide a versatile, tunable network of self-assembled proteins. IF proteins contain three distinct domains: an α-helical structured rod domain, flanked by intrinsically disordered head and tail domains. ...
Intermediate filaments (IFs), important components of the cytoskeleton, provide a versatile, tunable network of self-assembled pro
Assays for Posttranslational Modifications of Intermediate Filament Proteins.
Snider NT and Omary MB. Methods Enzymol 2016. PMID 26795469 Free PMC article.
Intermediate filament (IF) proteins are known to be regulated by a number of posttranslational modifications (PTMs). Phosphorylation is the best-studied IF PTM, whereas ubiquitination, sumoylation, acetylation, glycosylation, ADP-ribosylation, farnesylation, and transamidation are less understood in functional terms but are known to regulate specific IFs under various contexts. ...
Intermediate filament (IF) proteins are known to be regulated by a number of posttranslational modifications (PTMs). Ph
Lessons from Animal Models of Cytoplasmic Intermediate Filament Proteins.
Bouameur JE and Magin TM. Subcell Biochem 2017 - Review. PMID 28101863
Cytoplasmic intermediate filaments (IFs) represent a major cytoskeletal network contributing to cell shape, adhesion and migration as well as to tissue resilience and renewal in numerous bilaterians, including mammals. ...Surprisingly, other IF proteins contribute to tissue integrity to a much lesser extent than anticipated, pointing towards their role in stress situations. ...
Cytoplasmic intermediate filaments (IFs) represent a major cytoskeletal network contributing to cell shape, adhesion and migration as …
Roles and potential clinical applications of intermediate filament proteins in brain tumors.
Quick Q, et al. Semin Pediatr Neurol 2015 - Review. PMID 25976260
Intermediate filament (IF) proteins are cytoplasmic and nuclear cytoskeletal proteins. Of the ~70 IF proteins, nearly 12 are found in the nervous system, where their expression is largely cell-type specific. ...Further evidence for the potential of IF proteins as therapeutic targets derives from animal models showing the influence of IF proteins on tumor growth. ...
Intermediate filament (IF) proteins are cytoplasmic and nuclear cytoskeletal proteins. Of the ~70 IF proteins
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