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BEX4 is a member of the brain expressed X-linked gene family.
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present study provides the first evidence that BEX4 (zeige BEX1 Antikörper) upregulation induces alterations in Sertoli cell growth properties and protein expression profiles, which may be an explanation for Cd-induced testicular Sertoli cell injury
Study provides evidence that BEX4 functions as tumor suppressor by inhibiting proliferation and growth of oral squamous cell carcinoma (OSCC). Decreased BEX4 contributes to the increased proliferative propensity of OSCC.
BEX4 overexpression causes an imbalance between TUB (zeige TUB Antikörper) acetylation and deacetylation by SIRT2 (zeige SIRT2 Antikörper) inhibition and induces oncogenic aneuploidy transformation.
This gene is a member of the brain expressed X-linked gene family. The proteins encoded by some of the other members of this family act as transcription elongation factors which allow RNA polymerase II to escape pausing during elongation. Multiple alternatively spliced variants, encoding the same protein, have been identified.
brain expressed, X-linked 4
, BEX family member 4
, brain expressed X-linked-like 1
, protein BEX4
, BEX1-like protein 1
, brain-expressed X-linked protein 4 homolog
, brain expressed X-linked 4
, nerve growth factor receptor-associated protein 3
, BEX1-like 1
, brain expressed gene 4