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OGFR  -  opioid growth factor receptor

Homo sapiens

Synonyms: 7-60, OGFr, Opioid growth factor receptor, Protein 7-60, Zeta-type opioid receptor
 
 
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Disease relevance of OGFR

 

High impact information on OGFR

 

Chemical compound and disease context of OGFR

 

Biological context of OGFR

  • Functional studies using antisense oligonucleotides to OGFr demonstrated an enhancement in cell growth [8].
  • Receptor affinity and the gene expression of OGFr mRNA were unchanged in tumors of different sizes [9].
  • Potential involvement of OGFr in the depletion of mucous cells during prolonged and heavy G. salaris infection, via suppression of DNA synthesis and profound decrease in basal cell proliferation, is proposed [10].
  • Large tumors had a reduction of 3- to 7-fold in OGFr binding sites relative to small tumors, and medium size tumors showed a progressive diminishment in OGF receptors that ranged between that of small and large neoplasias [9].
  • Visual acuity and its meridional variations in children aged 7-60 months [11].
 

Anatomical context of OGFR

  • Immunocytochemistry demonstrated the presence of both opioid growth factor and OGFr within the endothelial cells and mesenchymal cells of the developing chorioallantoic membrane vessel wall [12].
  • Conversely, corneas transfected with antisense constructs of OGFr had corneal defects that were 56% and 48% smaller than the EV group at 16 and 24 hours, respectively [13].
  • The median time between aspirin withdrawal and lower limb ischemia was 23 days (range, 7-60 days) [14].
  • Treatment with antisense OGFr oligonucleotides increased the number of cells by over 2-fold compared to wild-type cultures of COS-7 cells and preparations receiving scrambled oligonucleotides [15].
  • Sixteen patients developed coronary artery disease (CAD) manifesting itself 7-60 months after HTx (20.7%) [16].
 

Associations of OGFR with chemical compounds

  • Ornidazole was administered at a dose of 500 mg every 12 h i.v. or/and orally, and clindamycin 600 mg every 8 h i.v. for 7-60 days [17].
  • Packing densities of aldehyde groups on the activated agarose surface could be controlled in a gel range of 7-60 micromol/ml aldehyde by the amount of glycidol used [18].
  • Di-n-butyl phthalate (DBP) was detected at a concentration of 7-60 ng/ml in most intravenous injection solutions in plastic containers, but it was not detected in solutions in glass bottles [19].
  • Laboratory evaluation revealed a morning cortisol concentration of <0.1 microg/dl (normal range [n.r.]: 4.3-22.4 microg/dl) and a simultaneous ACTH concentration of 2 pg/ml (n.r. 25-62 pg/ml); FSH 66.8 IU/l (n.r. for age: 1-12.8 IU/l); LH 41.1 IU/l (n.r. for age: 1-12 IU/l); E2 38 pg/ml (n.r. for age: 7-60 pg/ml) [20].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of OGFR

  • Expression of opioid growth factor receptor correlated with a longer recurrence-free period in basal cell carcinoma that recurred after radiotherapy (Kaplan-Meier analysis, P = 0.041) [2].
  • To investigate the relationship of OGFr to advancement of human pancreatic and colon cancers, tumor cells were transplanted into nude mice, and small, medium, and large neoplasias were assessed for OGFr number and affinity by receptor binding analysis, and for gene expression of OGFr mRNA by Northern blot analysis [21].
  • Gene therapy to reinstate more OGFr, and thus enhance OGFr function, could serve as a useful treatment for inhibiting tumor progression [9].
  • A case-control study was conducted among patients aged 7-60 yrs, who attended Wagga Hospital (NSW, Australia) for asthma during the period of 1 June 1997 to 31 October 1997 [22].
  • The OGFr number of the SCCHN tumors was 2.1-fold greater in the animals exposed to OGF or paclitaxel, and elevated 38% in the paclitaxel/OGF group; significant differences from the control group were found for the OGF and paclitaxel groups [23].

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  10. Gene expression profiles of some immune relevant genes from skin of susceptible and responding Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) infected with Gyrodactylus salaris (Monogenea) revealed by suppressive subtractive hybridisation. Matejusová, I., Felix, B., Sorsa-Leslie, T., Gilbey, J., Noble, L.R., Jones, C.S., Cunningham, C.O. Int. J. Parasitol. (2006) [Pubmed]
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  13. Regulation of corneal repair by particle-mediated gene transfer of opioid growth factor receptor complementary DNA. Zagon, I.S., Sassani, J.W., Malefyt, K.J., McLaughlin, P.J. Arch. Ophthalmol. (2006) [Pubmed]
  14. Aspirin withdrawal and acute lower limb ischemia. Albaladejo, P., Geeraerts, T., Francis, F., Castier, Y., Lesèche, G., Marty, J. Anesth. Analg. (2004) [Pubmed]
  15. The expression and function of the OGF-OGFr axis - a tonically active negative regulator of growth - in COS cells. Zagon, I.S., Verderame, M.F., McLaughlin, P.J. Neuropeptides (2003) [Pubmed]
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