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Homo sapiens
Gene: ... in numerous other fetal tissues, all GRB10 splice variants are transcribed from both parental alleles. Upon...Disease relevance of GRB10 Owing to its location in 7p11. 2- p12, GRB10 has been considered... and pleckstrin homology domain- containing protein GRB10 and evaluation of its role in Hirschsprung disease. We... / Synonyms: GRB-IR; GRB10 adapter protein; Grb-10
Homo sapiens
Gene: ... reported that interleukin- 3, Steel factor, and erythropoietin all induce the tyrosine phosphorylation...Disease relevance of GRB2 We have used liposomes to deliver nuclease- resistant antisense oligodeoxynucleotides( oligos) specific for the GRB2 mRNA to breast cancer cells. Interestingly, when the phage display... / Synonyms: Adapter protein GRB2; EGFRBP-GRB2; Grb3-3
Mus musculus
Gene: ... High impact information on Grb10 In conclusion, Grb10 interacts preferentially with insulin vs. IGF... cellular responses. The adapter protein Grb10 associates preferentially with the insulin receptor as compared with the IGF- I receptor in mouse fibroblasts. Subsequent cloning of the full- length Grb10... / Synonyms: GRB10 adapter protein; Growth factor receptor-bound protein 10
Xenopus (Silurana) tropicalis
Gene: Synonyms: grb-10; grb-ir
Mus musculus
Gene: ... media are all rescued by reexpression of Grb2 containing mutations within the N- terminal Src homology 3...Disease relevance of Grb2 Furthermore, Grb2 is rate limiting for mammary carcinomas induced by polyomavirus middle T antigen. A direct binding site for the Grb2 adapter protein is required for the induction... / Synonyms: Adapter protein GRB2; SH2/SH3 adapter GRB2
Rattus norvegicus
Gene: Synonyms: GRB10 adapter protein; Growth factor receptor-bound protein 10
Danio rerio
Gene: Synonyms: grb10
Mus musculus
Gene: ... High impact information on Grb7 Grb10 is highly related to Grb7, an SH2 domain protein that we have previously identified. Grb10 maps to mouse chromosome 11 very close to the EGF- Receptor which is remarkably similar to Grb7 that maps near the EGF- Receptor related HER2 receptor. The growth factor receptor binding... / Synonyms: Epidermal growth factor receptor GRB-7; GRB7 adapter protein
Homo sapiens
Gene: ... - phosphorylated proteins, c- Cbl( Casitas B- lineage lymphoma) and Grb2- associated binder 2( Gab2 ), as PI 3... / Synonyms: GRB2-associated binder 2; GRB2-associated-binding protein 2
Homo sapiens
Gene: ... to FGF7 or FGF10. All five colorectal cancer cell lines expressed FGF- 10 mRNA and its protein... that FGF- 10 attenuates H2O2- induced AEC DNA damage by mechanisms that involve activation of Grb2- SOS...Disease relevance of FGF10 However, unlike the Apert syndrome Pro253Arg FGFR2c mutant, neither... / Synonyms: FGF-10; Fibroblast growth factor 10


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