Human calmodulin-like protein is an epithelial-specific protein regulated during keratinocyte differentiation.

@article{Rogers2001HumanCP,
  title={Human calmodulin-like protein is an epithelial-specific protein regulated during keratinocyte differentiation.},
  author={Michael S. Rogers and Tetsu Kobayashi and Mark R. Pittelkow and Emanuel E. Strehler},
  journal={Experimental cell research},
  year={2001},
  volume={267 2},
  pages={216-24}
}
Human calmodulin-like protein (CLP) is a calcium-binding protein down-regulated in a cell culture model of mammary tumorigenesis as well as in a majority of breast cancers in vivo. CLP down-regulation may be a result of the poorly differentiated state of these cell lines and tumors, or CLP expression may be incompatible with the uncontrolled cell growth associated with tumorigenesis. To learn more about CLP expression and regulation, we determined the distribution of CLP in various human… CONTINUE READING

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