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GCH1 encodes a member of the GTP cyclohydrolase family. Zusätzlich bieten wir Ihnen GTP Cyclohydrolase 1 Antikörper (90) und GTP Cyclohydrolase 1 Proteine (12) und viele weitere Produktgruppen zu diesem Protein an.
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This study indicates that mutations in GCH1 are rare in late-onset Parkinson disease.
This study shown GCH1 genetic variants for Parkinson's disease are associated with the risk of incident Parkinson's disease in the general population and with impairment in daily functioning in individuals without clinical parkinsonism.
GCH1 variants affect early PD risk through altered dopamine uptake, and aging alters how genetic factors contribute to disease development.
This study demonstrated that whole-exome sequencing show reveled GCH1 mutation with early-onset generalized dystonia.
Deletion of GCH1 likely contributes to dopa-responsive dystonia.
High GCH1 expression is associated with esophageal squamous cell carcinoma.
Dopa-responsive dystonia phenotype may have heterogeneous genetic background and may be caused by point mutations or rearrangements in the GCH1 gene as well as in the PARK2 (zeige PARK2 ELISA Kits) gene.
This study found that rs11158026 (GCH1) is associated with Parkinson disease in Iran population.
No association between the GCH1 pain-protective haplotype and cervical dilation was found, but a previously demonstrated association with increased use of second-line analgesia was confirmed.
GTPCH/Ang-1 (zeige ANGPT1 ELISA Kits) interaction in stromal fibroblasts and activation of Tie2 (zeige TEK ELISA Kits) on breast tumor cells could play an important role in supporting breast cancer growth. GTPCH may be an important mechanism of paracrine tumor growth and hence a target for therapy in breast cancer.
Cardiomyocyte-specific overexpression of GTP cyclohydrolase I (mGCH) increases BH4 several-fold in the heart.
gene expression analysis after iNOS (zeige NOS2 ELISA Kits) induction identified 78 genes that were altered between wild-type and Gch1(fl/fl (zeige FLT3LG ELISA Kits))Tie2cre macrophages
Data indicate that global deficiency in GTP cyclohydrolase I (Gch1) is embryonically lethal between E11.5 and E13.5.
There is a cell-autonomous role of endothelial GTP cyclohydrolase 1 and tetrahydrobiopterin in blood pressure regulation.
Inhibition of GCH1 prevented the Escherichia coli K1 induced expression of CD64 (zeige FCGR1A ELISA Kits) in macrophages in vitro and the development of bacteremia in a newborn mouse model of meningitis.
The GTPCH I/Tetreahydrobiopterin pathway is critical to preserve endothelial progenitor cells quantity, function, and regenerative capacity during wound healing in type 1 diabetic mice.
maintenance of endothelial GTPCH I expression and the resulting improvement in BH4 biosynthesis ameliorate diabetic nephropathy
The involvement of the GCH1 gene in pain models using the hyperphenylalaninemia 1 (hph-1) mouse, is reported.
GTPCH1 non-covalently interacts with polyubiquitin via an ubiquitin-binding domain.
The data suggest that GCH1 inhibition reduces tumor growth by (i) direct killing of tumor cells, (ii) by inhibiting angiogenesis, and (iii) by enhancing the antitumoral immune response
This gene encodes a member of the GTP cyclohydrolase family. The encoded protein is the first and rate-limiting enzyme in tetrahydrobiopterin (BH4) biosynthesis, catalyzing the conversion of GTP into 7,8-dihydroneopterin triphosphate. BH4 is an essential cofactor required by aromatic amino acid hydroxylases as well as nitric oxide synthases. Mutations in this gene are associated with malignant hyperphenylalaninemia and dopa-responsive dystonia. Several alternatively spliced transcript variants encoding different isoforms have been described\; however, not all variants give rise to a functional enzyme.
GTP cyclohydrolase I
, dystonia 14
, guanosine 5'-triphosphate cyclohydrolase I
, GTP cyclohydrolase 1 (dopa-responsive dystonia)
, GTP cyclohydrolase 1
, GTP cyclohydrolase I (form A; N-terminus)