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Journal of Molecular Signaling
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  • Transcriptional and Post-Translational Targeting of Myocyte Stress Protein 1 (MS1) by the JNK Pathway in Cardiac Myocytes

    Hay, Joanna M.; Jordan, Eva S.; Browne, Gareth J.; Bottrill, Andrew R; Prigent, Sally A.; Dickens, Martin (2017)
    Myocyte Stress Protein 1 (MS1) is a muscle-specific, stress-responsive, regulator of gene expression. It was originally identified in embryonic mouse heart which showed increased expression in a rat model of left ventricular hypertrophy. To determine if MS1 was responsive to other stresses relevant to cardiac myocyte function, we tested if it could be induced by the metabolic stresses associated with ischaemia/reperfusion injury in cardiac myocytes. We found that metabolic stress increased MS...

    ER Stress Activates the TOR Pathway through Atf6

    Allen, Dylan; Seo, Jin (2018)
    Cellular signaling pathways are often interconnected. They accurately and efficiently regulate essential cell functions such as protein synthesis, cell growth, and survival. The target of rapamycin (TOR) signaling pathway and the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) stress response pathway regulate similar cellular processes. However, the crosstalk between them has not been appreciated until recently and the detailed mechanisms remain unclear. Here, we show that ER stress-inducing drugs activate the TO...

    siRNA knockdown of GPR18 receptors in BV-2 microglia attenuates N-arachidonoyl glycine-induced cell migration

    McHugh, Douglas; Wager-Miller, James; Page, Jeremy; Bradshaw, Heather B (2012)
    Background: Neurons are known to employ the endogenous cannabinoid system to communicate with other cells of the CNS. Endocannabioid signaling recruits microglia toward neurons by engaging cannabinoid CB2 and abnormal cannabidiol (Abn-CBD) receptors. The Abn-CBD receptor is a prominent atypical cannabinoid receptor that had been discriminated by means of various pharmacological and genetic tools but remained to be identified at the molecular level. We recently introduced N-arachidonoyl glycin...

    Estradiol effects on the dopamine transporter ? protein levels, subcellular location, and function

    Watson, Cheryl S; Alyea, Rebecca A; Hawkins, Bridget E; Thomas, Mary L; Cunningham, Kathryn A; Jakubas, Adrian A (2006)
    Background: The effects of estrogens on dopamine (DA) transport may have important implications for the increased incidence of neurological disorders in women during life stages when hormonal fluctuations are prevalent, e.g. during menarche, reproductive cycling, pregnancy, and peri-menopause.Results: The activity of the DA transporter (DAT) was measured by the specific uptake of 3H-DA. We found that low concentrations (10-14 to 10-8 M) of 17β-estradiol (E2) inhibit uptake via the DAT in PC12...

    Seminal plasma induces the expression of IL-1α in normal and neoplastic cervical cells via EP2/EGFR/PI3K/AKT pathway

    Adefuye, Anthonio O; Sales, Kurt J; Katz, Arieh A (2014)
    Background: Cervical cancer is a chronic inflammatory disease of multifactorial etiology usually presenting in sexually active women. Exposure of neoplastic cervical epithelial cells to seminal plasma (SP) has been shown to promote the growth of cancer cells in vitro and tumors in vivo by inducing the expression of inflammatory mediators including pro-inflammatory cytokines. IL-1α is a pleotropic pro-inflammatory cytokine induced in several human cancers and has been associated with virulent ...
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