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results suggest BRAP plays an important role in airway inflammation and its overexpression may regulate NE-induced MUC5AC hypersecretion in HBE16 cells via the EGFR/ERK/NF-kappaB signaling pathway
Data show that BRAP locates in the membrane and cytoplasm, suggesting that this protein is a cytoplasm protein, which promotes cell cycle and wound repair of HBECs.
Data indicate that bombesin receptor-activated protein (BRAP) might increase histone deacetylases 1/2 (HDAC) activity that leads to NF-kappa B (NF-kappaB) activation via its putative C-terminal domain.
C6orf89 encodes one soluble and two type II membrane proteins that function as histone deacetylase enhancers. The 34sp is selectively targeted to the nucleolus and is retained in nucleolar organizer regions in mitotic cells. The 34sp is integrated into the ribosomal gene transcription machinery and is relocalized to the nucleolus upon the arrest of rDNA transcription, protein synthesis, and PI3K/mTORC signalling.
Overexpression of BRAP may play a role during the antigen presenting process of bronchial epithelium by inhibiting the antigen uptake ability of bronchial epithelial cells.
May play a role in cell cycle progression and wound repair of bronchial epithelial cells.
, bombesin receptor activated protein
, bombesin receptor-activated protein C6orf89