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Post-translational modifications of intermediate filament proteins: mechanisms and functions.
Snider NT and Omary MB. Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol 2014 - Review. PMID 24556839 Free PMC article.
Intermediate filaments (IFs) are cytoskeletal and nucleoskeletal structures that provide mechanical and stress-coping resilience to cells, contribute to subcellular and tissue-specific biological functions, and facilitate intracellular communication. ...
Intermediate filaments (IFs) are cytoskeletal and nucleoskeletal structures that provide mechanical and stress-coping resilience to c
Phospho-Specific Antibody Probes of Intermediate Filament Proteins.
Goto H, et al. Methods Enzymol 2016. PMID 26795468
Intermediate filaments (IFs) form one of the major cytoskeletal systems in the cytoplasm or beneath the nuclear membrane. Accumulating data have suggested that IF protein phosphorylation dramatically changes IF structure/dynamics in cells. ...
Intermediate filaments (IFs) form one of the major cytoskeletal systems in the cytoplasm or beneath the nuclear membrane. Accumulatin
Type III Intermediate Filaments Desmin, Glial Fibrillary Acidic Protein (GFAP), Vimentin, and Peripherin.
Hol EM and Capetanaki Y. Cold Spring Harb Perspect Biol 2017 - Review. PMID 29196434 Free PMC article.
SummaryType III intermediate filament (IF) proteins assemble into cytoplasmic homopolymeric and heteropolymeric filaments with other type III and some type IV IFs. ...
SummaryType III intermediate filament (IF) proteins assemble into cytoplasmic homopolymeric and heteropolymeric filamen …
Intermediate filament proteins in adult human arteries.
Johansson B, et al. Anat Rec 1997. PMID 9096782 Free article.
The distribution of these proteins in human vessels is not fully known. We have mapped the distribution of intermediate filament proteins in human arterial walls. ...Each artery studied had an intermediate filament pattern typical for the anatomical location. There were no interindividual variations in the distribution of intermediate filament proteins....
The distribution of these proteins in human vessels is not fully known. We have mapped the distribution of intermediate fil
Elucidation of GlcNAc-binding properties of type III intermediate filament proteins, using GlcNAc-bearing polymers.
Ise H, et al. Genes Cells 2017. PMID 28898551 Free article.
Vimentin, desmin, glial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP) and peripherin belong to type III intermediate filament family and are expressed in mesenchymal cells, skeletal muscle cells, astrocytes and peripheral neurons, respectively. ...These proteins present high affinity to GlcNAc-bearing polymers, as shown by surface plasmon resonance. These results show that type III intermediate filament proteins possess GlcNAc-binding activities on cell surfaces. ...
Vimentin, desmin, glial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP) and peripherin belong to type III intermediate filament family and ar …
Intermediate filaments control collective migration by restricting traction forces and sustaining cell-cell contacts.
De Pascalis C, et al. J Cell Biol 2018. PMID 29980627 Free PMC article.
Here, using an in vitro wound healing assay to induce polarization and collective directed migration of primary astrocytes, we show that the intermediate filament (IF) network composed of vimentin, glial fibrillary acidic protein, and nestin contributes to directed collective movement by controlling the distribution of forces in the migrating cell monolayer. ...
Here, using an in vitro wound healing assay to induce polarization and collective directed migration of primary astrocytes, we show that the …
Differential expression of intermediate filament proteins in metastatic and nonmetastatic variants of the BSp73 tumor.
Ben-Ze'ev A, et al. Cancer Res 1986. PMID 3940642 Free article.
The differences in the expression of the intermediate filament proteins between the variants were also reflected at the level of the corresponding mRNAs as revealed by RNA blot analysis with complementary DNA clones specific to vimentin and the acidic as well as the basic cytokeratin subfamily. ...The ASML variant cells which are characterized by a round configuration in both monolayer and suspension culture continue to synthesize the same intermediate filament proteins under both culture conditions. ...
The differences in the expression of the intermediate filament proteins between the variants were also reflected at the …
Intermediate filament proteins in human testis and testicular germ-cell tumors.
Miettinen M, et al. Am J Pathol 1985. PMID 2412445 Free PMC article.
Normal testicular tissue and 76 testicular germ-cell tumors of various types were immunohistochemically evaluated for the expression of intermediate filament proteins of different types. ...It is considered that antibodies to intermediate filaments are suitable tools to characterize the differentiation patterns of testicular germ-cell tumors and have the potential to aid in the differential diagnosis especially between seminoma and embryonal carcinoma....
Normal testicular tissue and 76 testicular germ-cell tumors of various types were immunohistochemically evaluated for the expression of i
Distribution of intermediate filament proteins in normal and diseased human glomeruli.
Stamenkovic I, et al. Am J Pathol 1986. PMID 2432791 Free PMC article.
The distribution of intermediate filament proteins (vimentin, desmin, and cytokeratin) was studied by means of immunofluorescence in the normal human and rat glomerulus and in pathologic human glomeruli. ...Mesangial cells may have slightly different differentiation paths in humans and rats, leading to a distinct expression of intermediate filament proteins....
The distribution of intermediate filament proteins (vimentin, desmin, and cytokeratin) was studied by means of immunofl …
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