Expression of the recessive glomerulosclerosis gene Mpv17 regulates MMP-2 expression in fibroblasts, the kidney, and the inner ear of mice.

@article{Reuter1998ExpressionOT,
  title={Expression of the recessive glomerulosclerosis gene Mpv17 regulates MMP-2 expression in fibroblasts, the kidney, and the inner ear of mice.},
  author={Alexander Reuter and Andrea Nestl and Ralf M. Zwacka and Jan P Tuckermann and Ruediger Waldherr and Elke Maria Wagner and Matti H{\"o}yhty{\"a} and Angela M Meyer zum Gottesberge and Peter Angel and Hermann Weiher},
  journal={Molecular biology of the cell},
  year={1998},
  volume={9 7},
  pages={
          1675-82
        }
}
The recessive mouse mutant Mpv17 is characterized by the development of early-onset glomerulosclerosis, concomitant hypertension, and structural alterations of the inner ear. The primary cause of the disease is the loss of function of the Mpv17 protein, a peroxisomal gene product involved in reactive oxygen metabolism. In our search of a common mediator exerting effects on several aspects of the phenotype, we discovered that the absence of the Mpv17 gene product causes a strong increase in… CONTINUE READING

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