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Rattus norvegicus
Gene: ... Disease relevance of Fos To characterize the properties of these proteins, we have expressed polypeptides comprised of the dimerization and DNA- binding domains of Fos and Jun in Escherichia coli. In this study we examined in vitro the role of Fos/ Jun protein in transcriptional regulation of the AVP gene... / Synonyms: Cellular oncogene fos; Proto-oncogene c-Fos
MeSH term: ... in all 10 NSCLC cell lines examined. Previous experiments have shown that noxious stimulation increases...Disease relevance of Genes, fos During cardiocyte hypertrophy evoked by endothelin- 1..." induction of the c- fos gene expression, and reached a maximal level within 1 h. Well differentiated... / Synonyms: c fos Genes; c fos Proto Oncogenes; c-fos Gene
Homo sapiens
Gene: ... Disease relevance of FOS CONCLUSIONS: We conclude that independent expression of RAS, JUN, and FOS... oncoproteins, JUN and FOS( Abbreviations used in this paper are lower case letters for oncogenes and upper case.... Immunohistochemical detection of RAS, JUN, FOS, and p53 oncoprotein expression in human colorectal adenomas... / Synonyms: C-FOS; Cellular oncogene fos; Proto-oncogene c-Fos
Mus musculus
Gene: ... Disease relevance of Fos Moreover, a transgene expressing Fra- 1 rescues the osteopetrosis of c- Fos- mutant mice in vivo. Fos- Jun double- transgenic mice develop osteosarcomas at a higher frequency than single- Fos transgenic mice with no differences in the time of onset of tumor formation... / Synonyms: Cellular oncogene fos; Proto-oncogene c-Fos; c-fos
Homo sapiens
Gene: ... induced prominent phenotypic changes in all three malignant glioma cell lines examined: H4, U- 87 MG... proteins is increased many- fold upon their interaction with Fos( or a Fos- related antigen) expressed from...- 1 proteins( c- jun, junB, junD, c- fos, fosB, fra- 1, fra- 2) with 41 endometrial carcinomas. Fos... / Synonyms: Fos-related antigen 1
Xenopus (Silurana) tropicalis
Gene: ... High impact information on fos These findings show that Pl- 3 kinase can stimulate diverse Ras- dependent cellular processes, including oocyte maturation and fos transcription. Expression of p110 in NIH 3T3 cells induced transcription from the fos promoter. The protein products of the jun and fos... / Synonyms: c-fos
Caenorhabditis elegans
Gene: ... High impact information on fos- 1 We have identified the fos transcription factor ortholog fos- 1 as a critical regulator of basement- membrane removal. In fos- 1 mutants, the gonadal anchor cell extends... separating the gonad from the vulval epithelium. fos- 1 is expressed in the anchor cell and controls invasion...
Felis catus
Gene: ... Disease relevance of FOS To investigate which neurons in the medulla oblongata produced the nuclear protein FOS during stimulation of respiration by hypercapnia, we subjected six anaesthetized cats to 10% CO2 in air for one hour. High impact information on FOS Coronal sections from the medulla oblongata...
Gallus gallus
Gene: ... Disease relevance of FOS In contrast, none of the Salmonella serotypes grew in media containing the pure formulation of FOS as the only carbohydrate source. In the growth experiments, E. faecium, L. lactis, and Pediococcus sp. grew in media with either FOS- 50 or the pure formulation of FOS as the sole...
Bos taurus
Gene: ... High impact information on FOS Repeated exposures to IGF- I attenuated c- fos transcriptional activity with a temporal coincidence of 90% repression and maximal FOS protein levels. The results also show that the IGHG2 locus, which is linked to NP and FOS on human chromosome 14, is separated from...


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