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Interaction with the Na,K-ATPase and Tissue Distribution of FXYD5 (Related to Ion Channel)*
FXYD5 (related to ion channel, dysadherin) is a member of the FXYD family of single span type I membrane proteins. Five members of this group have been shown to interact with the Na,K-ATPase and toExpand
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Influence of chronic and acute spinal cord injury on skeletal muscle Na+-K+-ATPase and phospholemman expression in humans.
Na(+)-K(+)-ATPase is an integral membrane protein crucial for the maintenance of ion homeostasis and skeletal muscle contractibility. Skeletal muscle Na(+)-K(+)-ATPase content displays remarkableExpand
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Structural and functional interactions between FXYD5 and the Na+-K+-ATPase.
FXYD5 is a member of a family of tissue-specific regulators of the Na(+)-K(+)-ATPase expressed in kidney tubules. Previously, we have shown that FXYD5 interacts with the alphabeta-subunits of theExpand
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Structure-Function Relations of Interactions between Na,K-ATPase, the γ Subunit, and Corticosteroid Hormone-induced Factor*
Corticosteroid hormone-induced factor (CHIF) and the γ subunit of the Na,K-ATPase (γ) are two members of the FXYD family whose function has been elucidated recently. CHIF and γ interact with the Na+Expand
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FXYD5 (dysadherin) regulates the paracellular permeability in cultured kidney collecting duct cells.
FXYD5 (dysadherin or RIC) is a member of the FXYD family of single-span transmembrane proteins associated with the Na(+)-K(+)-ATPase. Several studies have demonstrated enhanced expression of FXYD5Expand
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Structural and functional interactions between FXYD 5 and the Na-K-ATPase
Lubarski I, Karlish SJ, Garty H. Structural and functional interactions between FXYD5 and the Na -K -ATPase. Am J Physiol Renal Physiol 293: F1818–F1826, 2007. First published September 19, 2007;Expand
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Modulation of cell polarization by the Na+-K+-ATPase-associated protein FXYD5 (dysadherin).
FXYD5 (dysadherin or also called a related to ion channel, RIC) is a transmembrane auxiliary subunit of the Na(+)-K(+)-ATPase shown to increase its maximal velocity (Vmax). FXYD5 has also beenExpand
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Co-IP Co-immunoprecipitation EDTA Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid EGTA ethylene glycol tetraacetic acid ENaC Epithelial sodium channel ER Endoplasmic reticulum FCS Fetal calf serum FRAP Fluorescence
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