Experts and Doctors on mutation in Uppsala, Sweden


Locale: Uppsala, Sweden
Topic: mutation

Top Publications

  1. Hu X, Pang T, Asplund A, PONTEN J, Nister M. Clonality analysis of synchronous lesions of cervical carcinoma based on X chromosome inactivation polymorphism, human papillomavirus type 16 genome mutations, and loss of heterozygosity. J Exp Med. 2002;195:845-54 pubmed
    ..Our results also supported the view that HPV16 as a "field factor" causes cervical carcinoma, which is probably promoted by the loss of chromosomal material as indicated by the LOH. ..
  2. Johansson A, Staal J, Dixelius C. Early responses in the Arabidopsis-Verticillium longisporum pathosystem are dependent on NDR1, JA- and ET-associated signals via cytosolic NPR1 and RFO1. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2006;19:958-69 pubmed
    ..longisporum resistance. ..
  3. Matsson H, Klar J, Draptchinskaia N, Gustavsson P, Carlsson B, Bowers D, et al. Truncating ribosomal protein S19 mutations and variable clinical expression in Diamond-Blackfan anemia. Hum Genet. 1999;105:496-500 pubmed
    ..The mutations presented here further support the role of RPS19 in erythropoietic differentiation and proliferation. ..
  4. Skoglund L, Brundin R, Olofsson T, Kalimo H, Ingvast S, Blom E, et al. Frontotemporal dementia in a large Swedish family is caused by a progranulin null mutation. Neurogenetics. 2009;10:27-34 pubmed publisher
    ..In conclusion, the PGRN Gly35fs mutation causes frontotemporal dementia with variable clinical presentation in a large Swedish family, most likely through nonsense-mediated decay of mutant PGRN mRNA and resulting haploinsufficiency. ..
  5. Skoglund L, Matsui T, Freeman S, Wallin A, Blom E, Frosch M, et al. Novel progranulin mutation detected in 2 patients with FTLD. Alzheimer Dis Assoc Disord. 2011;25:173-8 pubmed publisher
    ..From the screening of these 51 FTLD patients, we could also identify the earlier reported mutation Gln130fs, and several coding sequence variants that are most likely nonpathogenic. ..
  6. Staiger E, Almén M, Promerová M, Brooks S, Cothran E, Imsland F, et al. The evolutionary history of the DMRT3 'Gait keeper' haplotype. Anim Genet. 2017;48:551-559 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, the mutation occurred either just before domestication or more likely some time after domestication and then spread across the world as a result of selection on locomotion traits. ..
  7. Pavlov M, Freistroffer D, Heurgué Hamard V, Buckingham R, Ehrenberg M. Release factor RF3 abolishes competition between release factor RF1 and ribosome recycling factor (RRF) for a ribosome binding site. J Mol Biol. 1997;273:389-401 pubmed
    ..The overproduction of RF1 in cells deficient in RRF or lacking RF3 has effects on growth rate predicted by the in vitro experiments. ..
  8. Sahlin C, Lord A, Magnusson K, Englund H, Almeida C, Greengard P, et al. The Arctic Alzheimer mutation favors intracellular amyloid-beta production by making amyloid precursor protein less available to alpha-secretase. J Neurochem. 2007;101:854-62 pubmed
  9. Krampert M, Heldin C, Heuchel R. A gain-of-function mutation in the PDGFR-beta alters the kinetics of injury response in liver and skin. Lab Invest. 2008;88:1204-14 pubmed publisher
    ..We confirmed this hypothesis with a second injury model, cutaneous wound healing, where we observed earlier proliferation and formation of granulation tissue in D849N-mutant mice. ..

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  1. Ochala J, Gokhin D, Penisson Besnier I, Quijano Roy S, Monnier N, Lunardi J, et al. Congenital myopathy-causing tropomyosin mutations induce thin filament dysfunction via distinct physiological mechanisms. Hum Mol Genet. 2012;21:4473-85 pubmed
    ..Therefore, administration of troponin activators may constitute a promising therapeutic approach in the future. ..
  2. Holmborn K, Habicher J, Kasza Z, Eriksson A, Filipek Gorniok B, Gopal S, et al. On the roles and regulation of chondroitin sulfate and heparan sulfate in zebrafish pharyngeal cartilage morphogenesis. J Biol Chem. 2012;287:33905-16 pubmed
  3. Näsvall J, Sun L, Roth J, Andersson D. Real-time evolution of new genes by innovation, amplification, and divergence. Science. 2012;338:384-7 pubmed publisher
    ..This rapid process, completed in fewer than 3000 generations, shows the efficacy of the IAD model and allows the study of gene evolution in real time. ..
  4. Tängdén T, Adler M, Cars O, Sandegren L, Löwdin E. Frequent emergence of porin-deficient subpopulations with reduced carbapenem susceptibility in ESBL-producing Escherichia coli during exposure to ertapenem in an in vitro pharmacokinetic model. J Antimicrob Chemother. 2013;68:1319-26 pubmed publisher
    ..Inappropriate use of ertapenem should be avoided to minimize the risk of selection of ESBL-producing bacteria with reduced susceptibility to carbapenems. ..
  5. Börjesson S, Guillard T, Landén A, Bengtsson B, Nilsson O. Introduction of quinolone resistant Escherichia coli to Swedish broiler population by imported breeding animals. Vet Microbiol. 2016;194:74-78 pubmed publisher
    ..coli can be introduced through imported breeding birds and spread by vertical transmission to all levels of the broiler production pyramid. ..
  6. Åkerström T, Maharjan R, Sven Willenberg H, Cupisti K, Ip J, Moser A, et al. Activating mutations in CTNNB1 in aldosterone producing adenomas. Sci Rep. 2016;6:19546 pubmed publisher
    ..This report provides compelling evidence that aberrant WNT signaling caused by mutations in CTNNB1 occur in APAs. This also suggests that other mechanisms that constitutively activate the WNT pathway may be important in APA formation. ..
  7. Sillen A, Holmgren G, Wadelius C. First prenatal diagnosis by mutation analysis in a family with Sjögren-Larsson syndrome. Prenat Diagn. 1997;17:1147-9 pubmed
    ..Prenatal diagnosis and PCR-based mutation analysis was performed in a pregnancy where the parents are heterozygous carriers for this mutation. The fetus was found to be homozygous for the mutation and thus affected by SLS. ..
  8. Tamas I, Klasson L, Canback B, Näslund A, Eriksson A, Wernegreen J, et al. 50 million years of genomic stasis in endosymbiotic bacteria. Science. 2002;296:2376-9 pubmed
    ..The genomic stasis of B. aphidicola, likely attributable to the loss of phages, repeated sequences, and recA, indicates that B. aphidicola is no longer a source of ecological innovation for its hosts...
  9. Gustavsson M, Barmark G, Larsson J, Murén E, Ronne H. Functional genomics of monensin sensitivity in yeast: implications for post-Golgi traffic and vacuolar H+-ATPase function. Mol Genet Genomics. 2008;280:233-48 pubmed publisher
    ..The synthetic lethality of vma1 with mutations affecting retrograde transport to the Golgi further suggests that it is in the late Golgi that a low pH must be maintained. ..
  10. Orlén H, Melberg A, Raininko R, Kumlien E, Entesarian M, Söderberg P, et al. SPG11 mutations cause Kjellin syndrome, a hereditary spastic paraplegia with thin corpus callosum and central retinal degeneration. Am J Med Genet B Neuropsychiatr Genet. 2009;150B:984-92 pubmed publisher
    ..We anticipate that degeneration of the central retina is a common and previously unrecognized feature in SPG11 related disease. ..
  11. Dahlqvist J, Torma H, Badhai J, Dahl N. siRNA silencing of proteasome maturation protein (POMP) activates the unfolded protein response and constitutes a model for KLICK genodermatosis. PLoS ONE. 2012;7:e29471 pubmed publisher
    ..Our findings underline a critical role for the proteasome in human epidermal differentiation. ..
  12. Crona J, Delgado Verdugo A, Maharjan R, Stalberg P, Granberg D, Hellman P, et al. Somatic mutations in H-RAS in sporadic pheochromocytoma and paraganglioma identified by exome sequencing. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2013;98:E1266-71 pubmed publisher
    ..Mutations in RAS subtypes H, K, and N are common in human cancers; however, previous studies have been inconsistent regarding the mutational status of RAS in PCC and PGL...
  13. Gobl A, Berg M, Lopez Egido J, Oberg K, Skogseid B, Westin G. Menin represses JunD-activated transcription by a histone deacetylase-dependent mechanism. Biochim Biophys Acta. 1999;1447:51-6 pubmed
    ..This would result in loss of repression of menin/JunD target genes, as well as non-target genes through indirect mechanisms, deregulation of cellular growth control and endocrine tumorigenesis. ..
  14. Kaczmarczyk A, Thuveson M, Fries E. Intracellular coupling of the heavy chain of pre-alpha-inhibitor to chondroitin sulfate. J Biol Chem. 2002;277:13578-82 pubmed
    ..These results suggest that in vivo there might be other, as yet unknown, chondroitin sulfate-containing polypeptides linked to the heavy chain. ..
  15. Andersson L. Genome-wide association analysis in domestic animals: a powerful approach for genetic dissection of trait loci. Genetica. 2009;136:341-9 pubmed publisher
    ..This is an excellent illustration of how the characterization of alleles selected during animal domestication contributes to an improved understanding of genotype-phenotype relationships. ..
  16. Lannergård J, Cao S, Norström T, Delgado A, Gustafson J, Hughes D. Genetic complexity of fusidic acid-resistant small colony variants (SCV) in Staphylococcus aureus. PLoS ONE. 2011;6:e28366 pubmed publisher
    ..Reversion analysis and genome sequencing support the hypothesis that these combinations of mutations in the rplF, hem, and/or men genes can account for the SCV and auxotrophic phenotypes of FusE mutants. ..
  17. Jiao X, Wood L, Lindman M, Jones S, Buckhaults P, Polyak K, et al. Somatic mutations in the Notch, NF-KB, PIK3CA, and Hedgehog pathways in human breast cancers. Genes Chromosomes Cancer. 2012;51:480-9 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings strengthen the evidence for involvement of the Notch, Hedgehog, NF-KB, and PIK3CA pathways in breast cancer development, and point to novel processes that likely are involved. ..
  18. Diaz I, Pedersen S, Kurland C. Effects of miaA on translation and growth rates. Mol Gen Genet. 1987;208:373-6 pubmed
    ..The data suggest that the conditional streptomycin-dependent phenotype of the double mutant cannot be due simply to the depressed polypeptide elongation rates of the double mutant. ..
  19. Matsumoto T, Turesson I, Book M, Gerwins P, Claesson Welsh L. p38 MAP kinase negatively regulates endothelial cell survival, proliferation, and differentiation in FGF-2-stimulated angiogenesis. J Cell Biol. 2002;156:149-60 pubmed
    ..These results implicate p38 in organization of new vessels and suggest that p38 is an essential regulator of FGF-2-driven angiogenesis. ..
  20. Amiri H, Davids W, Andersson S. Birth and death of orphan genes in Rickettsia. Mol Biol Evol. 2003;20:1575-87 pubmed
    ..Such reconstructions support the identification of lost protein functions and hint at important lifestyle changes. ..
  21. Melin M, Klar J, Jr Gedde Dahl T, Fredriksson R, Hausser I, Brandrup F, et al. A founder mutation for ichthyosis prematurity syndrome restricted to 76 kb by haplotype association. J Hum Genet. 2006;51:864-71 pubmed
    ..This region spans four known genes, all of which are expressed in mature epidermal cells. We present the results from the analysis of these four genes and their corresponding transcripts in normal and patient-derived samples. ..
  22. Innocenti P, Morrow E, Dowling D. Experimental evidence supports a sex-specific selective sieve in mitochondrial genome evolution. Science. 2011;332:845-8 pubmed publisher
    ..These were mostly male-biased in expression, with enrichment hotspots in the testes and accessory glands. Our results suggest an evolutionary mechanism that results in mitochondrial genomes harboring male-specific mutation loads. ..
  23. Li H, Loriè E, Fischer J, Vahlquist A, Torma H. The expression of epidermal lipoxygenases and transglutaminase-1 is perturbed by NIPAL4 mutations: indications of a common metabolic pathway essential for skin barrier homeostasis. J Invest Dermatol. 2012;132:2368-2375 pubmed publisher
    ..Altogether, our data indicate that ichthyin and TGM1 are functionally closely related in the lipid processing and that this metabolic pathway can be modified by retinoids. ..
  24. Goh G, Scholl U, Healy J, Choi M, Prasad M, Nelson Williams C, et al. Recurrent activating mutation in PRKACA in cortisol-producing adrenal tumors. Nat Genet. 2014;46:613-7 pubmed publisher
    ..PKA activity induces cortisol production and cell proliferation, providing a mechanism for tumor development. These findings define distinct mechanisms underlying adrenal cortisol-producing tumors. ..
  25. Bikos V, Karypidou M, Stalika E, Baliakas P, Xochelli A, Sutton L, et al. An Immunogenetic Signature of Ongoing Antigen Interactions in Splenic Marginal Zone Lymphoma Expressing IGHV1-2*04 Receptors. Clin Cancer Res. 2016;22:2032-40 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings support ongoing antigen involvement in a sizable portion of SMZL and further argue that IGHV1-2*04 SMZL may represent a distinct molecular subtype of the disease. ..
  26. Frändberg P, Doufexis M, Kapas S, Chhajlani V. Cysteine residues are involved in structure and function of melanocortin 1 receptor: Substitution of a cysteine residue in transmembrane segment two converts an agonist to antagonist. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 2001;281:851-7 pubmed
  27. Enqvist S, Sletten K, Stevens F, Hellman U, Westermark P. Germ line origin and somatic mutations determine the target tissues in systemic AL-amyloidosis. PLoS ONE. 2007;2:e981 pubmed
    ..Eventual identification of such determinants could lead to improved treatment of patients with AL amyloidosis. ..
  28. Morrison D. How old are the extant lineages of Toxoplasma gondii?. Parassitologia. 2005;47:205-14 pubmed
    ..The MRCA may have existed approximately 150,000 years ago, with the clonal lineages expanding in prevalence approximately 10,000 years ago. ..
  29. Klasson L, Andersson S. Strong asymmetric mutation bias in endosymbiont genomes coincide with loss of genes for replication restart pathways. Mol Biol Evol. 2006;23:1031-9 pubmed
    ..We hypothesize that cytosine deaminations accumulate during single-strand exposure at arrested replication forks and that inefficient restart mechanisms may lead to high DNA strand asymmetry in bacterial genomes. ..
  30. Whittle C, Sun Y, Johannesson H. Degeneration in codon usage within the region of suppressed recombination in the mating-type chromosomes of Neurospora tetrasperma. Eukaryot Cell. 2011;10:594-603 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings demonstrate that the fungus N. tetrasperma provides an effective system for the study of degenerative genomic changes in young regions of recombination suppression in sex-regulating chromosomes...
  31. Lindholm D, Mercer E, Yu L, Chen Y, Kukkonen J, Korhonen L, et al. Neuronal apoptosis inhibitory protein: Structural requirements for hippocalcin binding and effects on survival of NGF-dependent sympathetic neurons. Biochim Biophys Acta. 2002;1600:138-47 pubmed
  32. Norström T, Lannergård J, Hughes D. Genetic and phenotypic identification of fusidic acid-resistant mutants with the small-colony-variant phenotype in Staphylococcus aureus. Antimicrob Agents Chemother. 2007;51:4438-46 pubmed
    ..aureus SCV mutants. A clinical implication of these data is that FA resistance could be selected by antimicrobial agents other than FA. ..
  33. Suzuki S, Heldin C, Heuchel R. Platelet-derived growth factor receptor-beta, carrying the activating mutation D849N, accelerates the establishment of B16 melanoma. BMC Cancer. 2007;7:224 pubmed
    ..Our findings suggest that the activated PDGFR-beta (D849N) in the host animal increased the total vessel area and the average vessel surface even in PDGF-negative tumors, resulting in a shorter lag phase during tumor establishment. ..
  34. Holmqvist K, Cross M, Rolny C, Hägerkvist R, Rahimi N, Matsumoto T, et al. The adaptor protein shb binds to tyrosine 1175 in vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) receptor-2 and regulates VEGF-dependent cellular migration. J Biol Chem. 2004;279:22267-75 pubmed
    ..This is achieved by Shb binding to tyrosine 1175 in the VEGFR-2, which regulates VEGF-induced formation of focal adhesions and cell migration, of which the latter occurs in a phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase-dependent manner. ..
  35. Willander H, Hermansson E, Johansson J, Presto J. BRICHOS domain associated with lung fibrosis, dementia and cancer--a chaperone that prevents amyloid fibril formation?. FEBS J. 2011;278:3893-904 pubmed publisher
  36. Larsson E, Sundstrom J, Sitbon F, von Arnold S. Expression of PaNAC01, a Picea abies CUP-SHAPED COTYLEDON orthologue, is regulated by polar auxin transport and associated with differentiation of the shoot apical meristem and formation of separated cotyledons. Ann Bot. 2012;110:923-34 pubmed publisher
    ..The results show that CUC-like genes with distinct signature motifs existed before the separation of angiosperms and gymnosperms approx. 300 million years ago, and suggest a conserved function between PaNAC01 and CUC1/CUC2. ..
  37. Leblanc N, Rasmussen T, Fernandez J, Sailleau C, Rasmussen L, Uttenthal A, et al. Development of a real-time RT-PCR assay based on primer-probe energy transfer for the detection of all serotypes of bluetongue virus. J Virol Methods. 2010;167:165-71 pubmed publisher
    ..This assay provides an important tool for early and rapid detection of a wide range of BTV strains, including emerging strains...
  38. Dahlqvist J, Klar J, Hausser I, Anton Lamprecht I, Pigg M, Gedde Dahl T, et al. Congenital ichthyosis: mutations in ichthyin are associated with specific structural abnormalities in the granular layer of epidermis. J Med Genet. 2007;44:615-20 pubmed
    ..The results also suggest that EM provides a tool for specific diagnosis in a genetically homogenous subgroup of patients with ARCI. ..
  39. Chen Y, Koripella R, Sanyal S, Selmer M. Staphylococcus aureus elongation factor G--structure and analysis of a target for fusidic acid. FEBS J. 2010;277:3789-803 pubmed publisher
    ..thermophilus EF-G in complex with the 70S ribosome with fusidic acid [Gao YG et al. (2009) Science326, 694-699]. The mutations can be classified as affecting FA binding, EF-G-ribosome interactions, EF-G conformation, and EF-G stability. ..
  40. Parducci L, Jørgensen T, Tollefsrud M, Elverland E, Alm T, Fontana S, et al. Glacial survival of boreal trees in northern Scandinavia. Science. 2012;335:1083-6 pubmed publisher
    ..Our findings imply that conifer trees survived in ice-free refugia of Scandinavia during the last glaciation, challenging current views on survival and spread of trees as a response to climate changes. ..
  41. Kurland C, Harish A. The phylogenomics of protein structures: The backstory. Biochimie. 2015;119:284-302 pubmed publisher
    ..The ToL is rooted in a surprisingly complex universal common ancestor (UCA) that is distinct from any specific modern descendant and d. HGT including endosymbiosis is a negligible player in genome evolution from UCA to the present. ..
  42. Smertenko A, Moschou P, Zhang L, Fahy D, Bozhkov P. Characterization of Cytokinetic Mutants Using Small Fluorescent Probes. Methods Mol Biol. 2016;1370:199-208 pubmed publisher
    ..This chapter describes techniques for staining DNA with the probes DAPI and SYTO82, for staining membranes with FM4-64, and for staining cell wall with propidium iodide. ..
  43. Andersson R, Koiv V, Norman Setterblad C, Pirhonen M. Role of RpoS in virulence and stress tolerance of the plant pathogen Erwinia carotovora subsp. carotovora. Microbiology. 1999;145 ( Pt 12):3547-56 pubmed
    ..These results suggest that a functional rpoS gene is needed mainly for survival in a competitive environment and during stress conditions, and not for effective infection of plants. ..
  44. Fröjmark A, Badhai J, Klar J, Thuveson M, Schuster J, Dahl N. Cooperative effect of ribosomal protein s19 and Pim-1 kinase on murine c-Myc expression and myeloid/erythroid cellularity. J Mol Med (Berl). 2010;88:39-46 pubmed publisher
    ..Our findings suggest that combined Rps19 insufficiency and Pim-1 deficiency promote murine myeloid cell growth through a deregulation of c-Myc and a simultaneous up-regulation of anti-apoptotic Bcl proteins. ..
  45. Kirsebom L, Svard S. The kinetics and specificity of cleavage by RNase P is mainly dependent on the structure of the amino acid acceptor stem. Nucleic Acids Res. 1992;20:425-32 pubmed
    ..In addition, it appears that the C5 protein of RNase P is involved in the interaction between the enzyme and its substrate in a substrate-dependent manner, as previously suggested. ..
  46. Pigg M, Gedde Dahl T, Cox D, Hausser I, Anton Lamprecht I, Dahl N. Strong founder effect for a transglutaminase 1 gene mutation in lamellar ichthyosis and congenital ichthyosiform erythroderma from Norway. Eur J Hum Genet. 1998;6:589-96 pubmed
    ..The mutation was previously observed in one family with a resulting cDNA that included the entire intron 5. These results suggest that the mutation can result in variant transcripts in different individuals. ..
  47. Svensson Ek M, Abramson J, Larsson G, T rnroth S, Brzezinski P, Iwata S. The X-ray crystal structures of wild-type and EQ(I-286) mutant cytochrome c oxidases from Rhodobacter sphaeroides. J Mol Biol. 2002;321:329-39 pubmed
    ..These differences between the structures could reflect conformational changes that take place upon deprotonation of E(I-286) during turnover of the wild-type enzyme, which could be part of the proton-pumping machinery of the enzyme...
  48. Zavialov A, Mora L, Buckingham R, Ehrenberg M. Release of peptide promoted by the GGQ motif of class 1 release factors regulates the GTPase activity of RF3. Mol Cell. 2002;10:789-98 pubmed
    ..Therefore, the sequence of steps during termination of translation is regulated by removal of the polypeptide, an event that might trigger a conformational change in the ribosome. ..
  49. Vahlquist A, Bygum A, Gånemo A, Virtanen M, Hellström Pigg M, Strauss G, et al. Genotypic and clinical spectrum of self-improving collodion ichthyosis: ALOX12B, ALOXE3, and TGM1 mutations in Scandinavian patients. J Invest Dermatol. 2010;130:438-43 pubmed publisher
    ..In conclusion, ALOX12B mutations are the leading cause of SICI in Scandinavia, followed by ALOXE3 mutations, which have not been previously associated with this variant of ARCI. ..
  50. Wootz H, Fitzsimons Kantamneni E, Larhammar M, Rotterman T, Enjin A, Patra K, et al. Alterations in the motor neuron-renshaw cell circuit in the Sod1(G93A) mouse model. J Comp Neurol. 2013;521:1449-69 pubmed publisher
    ..We conclude that the loss of presynaptic motor axon input on Renshaw cells occurs at early stages of ALS and disconnects the recurrent inhibitory circuit, presumably resulting in diminished control of motor neuron firing. ..
  51. Korkmaz G, Sanyal S. R213I mutation in release factor 2 (RF2) is one step forward for engineering an omnipotent release factor in bacteria Escherichia coli. J Biol Chem. 2017;292:15134-15142 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose that the R213I mutation in RF2 brings us one step forward toward engineering an omnipotent RF in bacteria, capable of reading all three stop codons. ..
  52. Thelander M, Olsson T, Ronne H. Snf1-related protein kinase 1 is needed for growth in a normal day-night light cycle. EMBO J. 2004;23:1900-10 pubmed publisher
    ..This suggests that SnRK1 is needed for metabolic changes that help the plant cope with the dark hours of the night...
  53. Lannergård J, von Eiff C, Sander G, Cordes T, Seggewiss J, Peters G, et al. Identification of the genetic basis for clinical menadione-auxotrophic small-colony variant isolates of Staphylococcus aureus. Antimicrob Agents Chemother. 2008;52:4017-22 pubmed publisher
    ..These data show that mutations in menB cause the SCV phenotype in these clinical isolates. This is the first report on the genetic basis of menadione-auxotrophic SCVs determined in clinical S. aureus isolates. ..
  54. Jäderkvist Fegraeus K, Lawrence C, Petäjistö K, Johansson M, Wiklund M, Olsson C, et al. Lack of significant associations with early career performance suggest no link between the DMRT3 "Gait Keeper" mutation and precocity in Coldblooded trotters. PLoS ONE. 2017;12:e0177351 pubmed publisher
  55. Bohman S, Staal J, Thomma B, Wang M, Dixelius C. Characterisation of an Arabidopsis-Leptosphaeria maculans pathosystem: resistance partially requires camalexin biosynthesis and is independent of salicylic acid, ethylene and jasmonic acid signalling. Plant J. 2004;37:9-20 pubmed
    ..The data presented point to the existence of multiple defence mechanisms controlling the containment of L. maculans in Arabidopsis. ..
  56. Almlöf M, Aqvist J, Smalås A, Brandsdal B. Probing the effect of point mutations at protein-protein interfaces with free energy calculations. Biophys J. 2006;90:433-42 pubmed
    ..Our results clearly demonstrate the potential of free energy calculations for probing the effect of point mutations at protein-protein interfaces and for exploring the principles of specificity of hot spots at the interface. ..
  57. Pettersson M, Berg O. Muller's ratchet in symbiont populations. Genetica. 2007;130:199-211 pubmed
  58. Klar J, Schweiger M, Zimmerman R, Zechner R, Li H, Torma H, et al. Mutations in the fatty acid transport protein 4 gene cause the ichthyosis prematurity syndrome. Am J Hum Genet. 2009;85:248-53 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results further emphasize the importance of fatty acid metabolism for normal epidermal barrier function illustrated by deficiency of a member in the FATP family of proteins. ..
  59. Mansouri L, Grabowski P, Degerman S, Svenson U, Gunnarsson R, Cahill N, et al. Short telomere length is associated with NOTCH1/SF3B1/TP53 aberrations and poor outcome in newly diagnosed chronic lymphocytic leukemia patients. Am J Hematol. 2013;88:647-51 pubmed publisher
    ..Altogether, these novel data indicate that short TL already at diagnosis is associated with poor outcome in CLL and that TL can be measured at later stages of the disease. ..
  60. Pang Y, Kurella S, Voisset C, Samanta D, Banerjee D, Schabe A, et al. The antiprion compound 6-aminophenanthridine inhibits the protein folding activity of the ribosome by direct competition. J Biol Chem. 2013;288:19081-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, we conclude that 6AP competitively occludes the protein substrates from binding to rRNA and thereby inhibits PFAR. Finally, we propose a scheme clarifying the mechanism by which 6AP inhibits PFAR. ..
  61. Li X, Padhan N, Sjöström E, Roche F, Testini C, Honkura N, et al. VEGFR2 pY949 signalling regulates adherens junction integrity and metastatic spread. Nat Commun. 2016;7:11017 pubmed publisher
    ..Blocking VEGFA-induced disassembly of endothelial junctions, thereby suppressing tumour oedema and metastatic spread, may be preferable to full vascular suppression in the treatment of certain cancer forms. ..
  62. Lindroos K, Liljedahl U, Raitio M, Syvanen A. Minisequencing on oligonucleotide microarrays: comparison of immobilisation chemistries. Nucleic Acids Res. 2001;29:E69-9 pubmed
    ..The best genotyping results were observed using mercaptosilane-coated slides attaching disulfide-modified oligonucleotides. ..
  63. Söderhäll I, Wu C, Novotny M, Lee B, Soderhall K. A novel protein acts as a negative regulator of prophenoloxidase activation and melanization in the freshwater crayfish Pacifastacus leniusculus. J Biol Chem. 2009;284:6301-10 pubmed publisher
    ..Overall, a new negative regulator of melanization was identified in freshwater crayfish that shows interesting parallels with proteins (i.e. ficolins) involved in vertebrate immune response. ..
  64. Grip S, Johansson J, Hedhammar M. Engineered disulfides improve mechanical properties of recombinant spider silk. Protein Sci. 2009;18:1012-22 pubmed publisher
    ..These results show that mutagenesis of 4RepCT can reveal spidroin structure-activity relationships and generate recombinant fibers with improved mechanical properties. ..
  65. Mohammad F, Mondal T, Guseva N, Pandey G, Kanduri C. Kcnq1ot1 noncoding RNA mediates transcriptional gene silencing by interacting with Dnmt1. Development. 2010;137:2493-9 pubmed publisher
  66. Rolny C, Lu L, Agren N, Nilsson I, Roe C, Webb G, et al. Shb promotes blood vessel formation in embryoid bodies by augmenting vascular endothelial growth factor receptor-2 and platelet-derived growth factor receptor-beta signaling. Exp Cell Res. 2005;308:381-93 pubmed
    ..The findings suggest that Shb may play a crucial role during early ES cell differentiation to vascular structures by transducing VEGFR-2 and PDGFR-beta signals. ..
  67. Fange D, Elf J. Noise-induced Min phenotypes in E. coli. PLoS Comput Biol. 2006;2:e80 pubmed
    ..Our results emphasize that local copy number fluctuation may result in phenotypic differences although the total number of molecules of the relevant species is high. ..
  68. Wardega P, Heldin C, Lennartsson J. Mutation of tyrosine residue 857 in the PDGF beta-receptor affects cell proliferation but not migration. Cell Signal. 2010;22:1363-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Interestingly, PDGFRbeta(Y857F) was unable to mediate PDGF-BB-induced mitogenic signaling, whereas it could elicit a chemotactic response. ..
  69. Schwochow Thalmann D, Ring H, Sundström E, Cao X, Larsson M, Kerje S, et al. The evolution of Sex-linked barring alleles in chickens involves both regulatory and coding changes in CDKN2A. PLoS Genet. 2017;13:e1006665 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results show that CDKN2A is a major locus driving the differentiation of avian melanocytes in a temporal and spatial manner. ..
  70. Nilsson P, Henriksson N, Niedzwiecka A, Balatsos N, Kokkoris K, Eriksson J, et al. A multifunctional RNA recognition motif in poly(A)-specific ribonuclease with cap and poly(A) binding properties. J Biol Chem. 2007;282:32902-11 pubmed
    ..RRM is one of the most commonly occurring RNA-binding domains identified so far, suggesting that other RRMs may have both cap and RNA binding properties just as the RRM of PARN. ..
  71. Martinez Barrio A, Eriksson O, Badhai J, Fröjmark A, Bongcam Rudloff E, Dahl N, et al. Targeted resequencing and analysis of the Diamond-Blackfan anemia disease locus RPS19. PLoS ONE. 2009;4:e6172 pubmed publisher
    ..We suggest that the detected interactions are of importance for hematopoiesis and could provide new insights into individual response to treatment. ..
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