Gene Symbol: Glut4EF
Description: Glucose transporter 4 enhancer factor
Alias: BcDNA:GH25505, BcDNA:GM06804, BcDNA:RE66512, BcDNA:RH63124, CG11676, CG12802, CG12804, CG12805, CG32469, CG33975, CG34360, CG43757, D-Glut4EF, Dmel\CG34360, Dmel_CG12802, Dmel_CG33975, stretch, glucose transporter 4 enhancer factor, BcDNA:GH25505, BcDNA:GM06804, CG34360-PA, CG34360-PB, CG34360-PC, CG34360-PD, CG34360-PE, CG34360-PF, CG34360-PG, CG34360-PH, Glut4EF-PA, Glut4EF-PB, Glut4EF-PC, Glut4EF-PD, Glut4EF-PE, Glut4EF-PF, Glut4EF-PG, Glut4EF-PH, stretched out
Species: fruit fly

Top Publications

  1. Yazdani U, Huang Z, Terman J. The glucose transporter (GLUT4) enhancer factor is required for normal wing positioning in Drosophila. Genetics. 2008;178:919-29 pubmed publisher
    ..find that an ortholog of the poorly understood transcription factor, glucose transporter (GLUT4) enhancer factor (Glut4EF, GEF) [also known as the Huntington's disease gene regulatory region-binding protein (HDBP) 1], plays a critical ..
  2. Vazquez M, Moore L, Kennison J. The trithorax group gene osa encodes an ARID-domain protein that genetically interacts with the brahma chromatin-remodeling factor to regulate transcription. Development. 1999;126:733-42 pubmed
    ..The OSA protein contains an ARID domain, a DNA-binding domain also present in the yeast SWI1 and Drosophila DRI proteins. We propose that the OSA protein may target the BRM complex to Antennapedia and other regulated genes. ..
  3. Gutierrez L, Zurita M, Kennison J, Vázquez M. The Drosophila trithorax group gene tonalli (tna) interacts genetically with the Brahma remodeling complex and encodes an SP-RING finger protein. Development. 2003;130:343-54 pubmed
    ..We propose that Tna is involved in postranslational modification of transcription complexes. ..
  4. Beuchle D, Schwarz H, Langegger M, Koch I, Aberle H. Drosophila MICAL regulates myofilament organization and synaptic structure. Mech Dev. 2007;124:390-406 pubmed
    ..As a model, we suggest that the filamentous network around synaptic boutons restrains the spreading of synaptic branches. ..
  5. Urwyler O, Zhang L, Li X, Imboden H, Suter B. Tissue-dependent subcellular localization of Drosophila arginine methyl-transferase 4 (DART4), a coactivator whose overexpression affects neither viability nor differentiation. Differentiation. 2007;75:757-65 pubmed
  6. Miller D, Cook K, Arvanitakis A, Hawley R. Third Chromosome Balancer Inversions Disrupt Protein-Coding Genes and Influence Distal Recombination Events in Drosophila melanogaster. G3 (Bethesda). 2016;6:1959-67 pubmed publisher
    ..Overall, this work demonstrates the practical importance of precisely identifying the position of inversion breakpoints of balancer chromosomes and characterizing the mutant alleles carried by them. ..
  7. Montgomery S, Vorojeikina D, Huang W, Mackay T, Anholt R, Rand M. Genome-wide association analysis of tolerance to methylmercury toxicity in Drosophila implicates myogenic and neuromuscular developmental pathways. PLoS ONE. 2014;9:e110375 pubmed publisher
    ..Furthermore, our observations that caffeine can ameliorate the toxic effects of MeHg show that nutritional factors and dietary manipulations may offer protection against the deleterious effects of MeHg exposure. ..