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Disease relevance of HTN1

 

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  • Other fish at 125 PPB exhibited transient lethargy and increased opercular movement but recovered within 24 hr [6].
 

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Chemical compound and disease context of HTN1

 

Biological context of HTN1

 

Anatomical context of HTN1

 

Associations of HTN1 with chemical compounds

  • The results suggest that the anticandidal properties of histatin 5 could be impaired by the conformations resulting from mineral adsorption, or that putative cellular receptors necessary for candidacidal activity are inaccessible when histatin 5 is adsorbed on hydroxyapatite [17].
  • Native histatin 1 (containing a phosphoserine at residue 2) was purified from parotid saliva, whereas a bacterial expression system was used to produce a recombinant form of histatin 1 (re-Hst1) that lacked phosphorylated serine [24].
  • Histatin 5 has no defined structure in H2O but adopts a more helical conformation in dimethyl sulfoxide and aqueous trifluoroethanol [25].
  • Divergent solid-phase synthesis and candidacidal activity of MUC7 D1, a 51-residue histidine-rich N-terminal domain of human salivary mucin MUC7 [26].
  • Lack of detection of C-terminal fragments, with the exception of 26-32, 28-32, and 29-32 fragments, suggested that arginine 25 should be the first cleavage site, generating histatin 6 and 26-32 fragments [27].
 

Physical interactions of HTN1

 

Regulatory relationships of HTN1

  • The results showed that only salivary statherin and egg yolk phosvitin promote histatin 5 adsorption significantly [28].
  • The dramatic conservation of the 5' non-coding region between the feather keratin sequences and an unrelated but co-expressed gene encoding a histidine-rich protein suggests that this segment may play an important role in transcriptional regulation [33].
  • Histatin 5 strongly inhibited a trypsin-like protease produced by Bacteroides gingivalis with an IC50 value of 55 nM [34].
  • As the morphological defects induced by histatin 5 are much smaller than those induced by LL-37, but the efflux of nucleotides is similar at comparable candidacidal concentrations, we suggest that the loss of nucleotides plays an important role in the killing process [35].
 

Other interactions of HTN1

  • The structural data suggest that histatins 1 and 3 are derived from different structural genes, whereas histatin 5 is a proteolytic product of histatin 3 [36].
  • The HIS1 sequence data were also compared with that of STATH [1].
  • MUC7 12-mer (residues 40-51 of the parent MUC7) peptide, having the optimal size and a net charge of +6, was found to be anticandidal in human saliva (clarified and unclarified), and its candidacidal potency was found to be superior to that of histatin 5 12-mer (Hsn5 12-mer) [37].
  • Comparison of inhibitory activity on calcium phosphate precipitation by acidic proline-rich proteins, statherin, and histatin-1 [38].
  • Tissue-type plasminogen activator, plasminogen activator inhibitor, and histidine-rich glycoproteins in stressed human newborns [39].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of HTN1

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