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, CELL GROWTH REGULATOR WITH RING FINGER DOMAIN 1
, CELL GROWTH REGULATORY GENE 19
National Institutes of Health
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CGRRF1, a growth suppressor, regulates EGFR ubiquitination in breast cancer
Joshua D. Graves
Breast Cancer Research
Corpus ID: 208620630
BackgroundCGRRF1 is a growth suppressor and consists of a transmembrane domain and a RING-finger domain. It functions as a RING…
Genome-wide identification and gene expression profiling of ubiquitin ligases for endoplasmic reticulum protein degradation
Corpus ID: 4790163
Endoplasmic reticulum (ER)-associated degradation (ERAD) is a mechanism by which unfolded proteins that accumulate in the ER are…
CGRRF1 as a novel biomarker of tissue response to metformin in the context of obesity.
Corpus ID: 9831933
OBJECTIVE Obesity-associated hyperestrogenism and hyperinsulinemia contribute significantly to the pathogenesis of endometrial…
Molecular cloning and characterization of RNF26 on human chromosome 11q23 region, encoding a novel RING finger protein with leucine zipper.
Biochemical and biophysical research…
Corpus ID: 13630923
Genetic alterations of RING finger genes, encoding an ubiquitin-protein ligase, are implicated in several types of human cancer…
Induction of cell growth regulatory genes by p53.
G. A. Beaudry
Corpus ID: 10039386
Transcriptionally regulated growth-response genes play a pivotal role in the determination of the fate of a cell. p53 is known to…
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