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1,313 Possible Causes for MYO2, S, cerevisiae, protein

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  • Saccharomyces Cerevisiae

    It is a rare example of disease caused by S cerevisiae, which, like many saprophytes, can become pathogenic in the debilitated.[] RESULTS: S. boulardii and S. cerevisiae helped to mediate the effects of stress on the small and large intestine.[] […] machinery, especially the protein secretory pathway.[] Cerevisiae comes from Latin and means "of beer".[]

    Missing: MYO2
  • Candida Albicans

    In S. mutans , the gene SMU.836 is 100% identical to cbpD , the key fratricin of S. pneumoniae .[] […] interacting proteins ( Kerppola 2009 ).[] […] protein with no close S. cerevisiae ortholog.[] Like the polarisome proteins, Mlc1 localises to the bud tip where it interacts with Myo2 ( Boyne et al., 2000 ).[]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    Presence of S. capitata infection was not known.[] Bacterial Vaccines Cytokines Immunoglobulin A Immunoglobulin G Immunoglobulin Isotypes Interleukin-17 Recombinant Proteins mrpA protein, Proteus mirabilis Flagellin Interferon-gamma[] Bilateral ureteral obstruction due to Saccharomyces cerevisiae fungus balls , Clin Infect Dis , 1996 , vol. 23 (pg. 636 - 7 ) 27.[] An iron-trafficking protein that binds to iron through its interaction with siderophores.[]

    Missing: MYO2
  • LIG4 Syndrome

    .}, author {S. C. Unal and Karen Cerosaletti and Duygu Uçkan-Çetinkaya and M.[] Tandem BRCT domains of LigIV mediate a unique mode of protein-protein interaction.[] For these reasons, we have performed mutational analysis of Dnl4 in S. cerevisiae , where an extensive set of outcomes can be assessed.[] .; Weitzman, S.; Nezarati, M. M. : A patient with mutations in DNA ligase IV: clinical features and overlap with Nijmegen breakage syndrome. Am. J. Med.[]

    Missing: MYO2
  • Hereditary Thrombophilia due to Congenital Protein S Deficiency

    Routine molecular testing using Sanger sequencing identifies pathogenic variants in the PRKCSH (15 %) and SEC63 (where SEC63 is Saccharomyces cerevisiae homolog 63 (MIM*608648[] Diagnostic methods Diagnosis is based on the measurement of protein S antigen levels (total protein S or free protein S) and anticoagulant activity.[] : 0 Messages: 0 RESEARCH / NEWS The lastest on Hereditary Thrombophilia due to Congenital Protein S Deficiency research.[] […] non-polyposis colorectal cancer, Lynch syndrome) gene analysis; duplication/deletion variants [Not covered for OvaNext] 81317 PMS2 (postmeiotic segregation increased 2 [S. cerevisiae[]

    Missing: MYO2
  • Congenital Sucrase-Isomaltase Deficiency

    We found that 0.3 g of lyophilized Saccharomyces cerevisiae, given after loading with 2 g of sucrose per kilogram of body weight, reduced hydrogen excretion in all patients[] Co-expression of mutants found on each SI allele in patients did not alter the protein's biosynthetic features or improve its enzymatic activity.[] McFann, Mark S. Segal, Richard J. Johnson and Julie A.[] BACKGROUND: The purpose of this study was to determine if sacrosidase, a liquid produced from Saccharomyces cerevisiae containing 6000 IU of sucrase activity per mg protein[]

    Missing: MYO2
  • Streptococcus Sanguis

    Functional profiling of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae genome . Nature 418 , 387–91 (2002). 8. Akerley, B. J. et al.[] […] sanguis and S. pyogenes.[] In contrast, both antisera reacted equally strongly with cell-free extracts of the remaining two clones (encoding dihydrofolate synthase and an unknown protein).[] The PAE of amoxicillin was 2.0 h with S. gordonii DL1 and 0.7 h with S. sanguis MPC1.[]

    Missing: MYO2
  • Malignant Neoplasm

    Tsukamoto Y, Kato J, Ikeda H (1997) Silencing factors participate in DNA repair and recombination in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Nature 388: 900–903.[] PATIENT(S): One hundred eighteen couples undergoing IVF-ICSI using pretreatment frozen sperm. INTERVENTION(S): Treatment follow-up.[] […] of the Hmga1 protein and the Brca1 gene.[] Daigaku Y, Endo K, Watanabe E, Ono T, Yamamoto K (2004) Loss of heterozygosity and DNA damage repair in Saccharomyces cerevisiae . Mutat Res 556: 183–191.[]

    Missing: MYO2
  • Werner Syndrome

    Genet. 62 , 25–30 (1982). 32 Samantray, S. K., Samantray, S., Johnson, S. C. & Bhaktaviziam, A. Aust. N.Z. J. Med. 7 , 309–311 (1977). 33 Sparkes, R. S. et al.[] Here we report that the WS protein does indeed catalyze DNA unwinding.[] Genetics November 1, 1996 vol. 144 no. 3 935-945 Abstract The Saccharomyces cerevisiae SGS1 gene is homologous to Escherichia coli RecQ and the human BLM and WRN proteins[] The conserved RecQ family also includes RecQ1, Bloom syndrome protein (BLM), RecQ4, and RecQ5 in humans, as well as Sgs1 in Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Rqh1 in Schizosaccharomyces[]

    Missing: MYO2
  • Barth Syndrome

    Rugolotto S, Prioli MD, Toniolo D, Pellegrino P, Catuogno S, Burlina AB (2003) Long-term treatment of Barth syndrome with pantothenic acid: a retrospective study.[] Combining those profiles with gene set enrichment analysis allows detecting significantly affected protein complexes.[] The Saccharomyces cerevisiae taz1 gene ( YPR140w ) is homologous to the human TAZ gene and highly conserved and the studies have had a considerable influence on our understanding[] New heterologous modules for classical or PCR-based gene disruptions in Saccharomyces cerevisiae . Yeast 10 , 1793-1808.[]

    Missing: MYO2