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, testicular cell adhesion molecule 1, pseudogene
National Institutes of Health
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Toll-like receptor pathway evolution in deuterostomes
Michael G. Tassia
Nathan V. Whelan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
Corpus ID: 24410556
Significance Innate immunity provides critical defense against pathogen invasion, and mutations in its cellular mechanisms have…
Characterization of the human TCAM1P pseudogene and its activation by a potential dual promoter–enhancer: Comparison with a protein‐coding mouse orthologue
Corpus ID: 39570383
TCAM1P is a unitary pseudogene, which was disabled since the human–mouse divergence. Here we found that TCAM1P was specifically…
A conserved noncoding sequence can function as a spermatocyte-specific enhancer and a bidirectional promoter for a ubiquitously expressed gene and a testis-specific long noncoding RNA.
Journal of molecular biology
Corpus ID: 38166897
Tissue-specific gene expression is tightly regulated by various elements such as promoters, enhancers, and long noncoding RNAs…
Testicular cell adhesion molecule 1 (TCAM1) is not essential for fertility
Roopa L. Nalam
Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology
Corpus ID: 29705552
Testicular cell adhesion molecule 1 (Tcam1) is a testis-expressed gene that is evolutionarily conserved in most mammalian species…
Gene structure of rat testicular cell adhesion molecule 1 (TCAM-1), and its physical linkage to genes coding for the growth hormone and BAF60b, a component of SWI/SNF complexes.
Corpus ID: 30779604
In the +9.7 to +21.7kb downstream region from the transcriptional start site of the rat growth hormone (GH) gene, a gene…
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