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Homo sapiens
Gene: ... Disease relevance of SPI1 To identify a novel protein( s) binding to PU. 1, we carried out affinity... typhimurium and an isogenic SPI- 1 type three secretion system( TTSS) mutant derivative( invA) were used... by AML1- ETO in t( 8; 21) myeloid leukemia. High impact information on SPI1 Using PU. 1 (-/-) progenitors... / Synonyms: SPI-1
Mus musculus
Gene: ... differentiation, respectively. The PU. 1 gene is identical to the Spi- 1 gene isolated from common proviral... is deregulation of the hematopoietic- specific transcription factor PU. 1( Spi- 1) by retroviral insertion... / Synonyms: Spi-1
SPI1  -  Spi1p
Saccharomyces cerevisiae S288c
Gene: ... Disease relevance of SPI1 This protein showed 52% identity to human TC4 and 50% identity to yeast Spi1 proteins, suggesting that it is closely related to the Ran proteins, and it was therefore... interactions between effector and chaperone proteins encoded within Salmonella pathogenicity island 1( SPI- 1... / Synonyms: Uncharacterized cell wall protein SPI1
Danio rerio
Gene: ... High impact information on spi1 The pu. 1 promoter drives myeloid gene expression in zebrafish. The spi1( pu. 1) gene has recently been identified as a useful marker of early myeloid cells in zebrafish..., in zebrafish, spi1 marks a rostral population of LPM cells committed to a myeloid fate anatomically separated... / Synonyms: spi1
Schizosaccharomyces pombe 972h-
Gene: ... High impact information on spi1 We show that the tomato Ran protein can suppress the Sch. pombe pim1 mutation, indicating that the tomato Ran protein and the Sch. pombe spi1 protein are functionally... are topologically segregated and that the nucleotide- bound state of spi1p may dictate its intracellular...
Xenopus (Silurana) tropicalis
Gene: Synonyms: spi-1
Danio rerio
Gene: Synonyms: spi1l
Gallus gallus
Gene: ... Disease relevance of SPI1 Later in disease progression, the emergence of leukemic clones is associated with recurrent genetic events, in particular the activation of the expression of SPI- 1, an ETS family transcriptional regulator. This cooperation between SPI- 1 and GP55 to induce primary erythroblast...
MeSH term: ... ) mutants with deletions of the SPI- 1 gene grow on monkey kidney cells( CV- 1) but do not plaque on normally permissive human lung carcinoma cells( A549). SPI- 1- dependent host range of rabbitpox virus... protease inhibitor SPI- 1( RPVDeltaSPI- 1 ), which exhibits a growth defect on A549 cells. Chemical...
Sus scrofa
Gene: ... Disease relevance of PU. 1 Salmonella Typhimurium SPI- 1 genes promote intestinal but not tonsillar colonization in pigs. High impact information on PU. 1 Salmonella Pathogenicity Island 1( SPI- 1) genes are indispensable for virulence of Salmonella Typhimurium in several animal species. All SPI- 1 mutants induced...


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