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Homo sapiens
Gene: ... Disease relevance of MAZ These findings suggest epitope spreading between the Tr antigen and the MAZ- DCC complex and offer a possible model of immune- mediated cerebellar disease. In neuronal cells, MAZ interacts with DCC( Deleted in Colorectal Cancer product ), the receptor for netrin- 1, a neuronal...
Mus musculus
Gene: ... Disease relevance of Maz SAF- 1- overexpressing mice spontaneously developed AA amyloidosis... phase response, leading to an extended period of SAA synthesis. High impact information on Maz Pur- 1... transgenic mouse model. Biological context of Maz The cloned Pur- 1 gene spans a 5- kb region encompassing...
Escherichia coli str. K-12 substr. MG1655
Gene: ... F, located in the Escherichia coli rel operon, have all of the properties required for an addiction module... showed that the mazF gene of this organism is cotranscribed with the sigmaB operon in response to heat shock, providing the first example that the expression of the mazEFlocus might be indeed associated...
Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica serovar Typhimurium str. LT2
Gene: ... High impact information on mazG DNA sequences flanking the B. melitensis galE gene shared no identity with other gal genes and, as for B. abortus, were located adjacent to a mazG homologue....
Escherichia coli CFT073
Gene: ... Disease relevance of mazG Thermotoga maritima MazG protein has both nucleoside triphosphate pyrophosphohydrolase and pyrophosphatase activities. MazG -- a regulator of programmed cell death in Escherichia coli. In addition, MazG solves a frequently encountered biological problem: how to avoid the persistence of a toxic...
Escherichia coli str. K-12 substr. MG1655
Gene: ... Disease relevance of mazG A mazG deletion strain of E. coli was constructed by replacing the maz... pyrophosphohydrolase activity. High impact information on mazG On the same operon, downstream to the mazEF genes, we found another open reading frame, which was called mazG. Interactions of the products, 8- oxo- dGMP, d...
Escherichia coli str. K-12 substr. MG1655
Gene: ... Disease relevance of chpR Here we show that the chromosomal genes mazE and mazF, located in the Escherichia coli rel operon, have all of the properties required for an addiction module. TasA- tasB, a new... composite mazE- doc TA system. High impact information on chpR Later induction of transcription...
Escherichia coli O157:H7 str. Sakai
Gene: ... Disease relevance of ECs3643 TasA- tasB, a new putative toxin- antitoxin( TA) system from Bacillus thuringiensis pGI1 plasmid is a widely distributed composite mazE- doc TA system. High impact information on ECs3643 This module specifies for the toxic stable protein MazF and the labile antitoxic protein MazE....
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Synechococcus phage S-RSM4
Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv


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