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Human Polyclonal WWTR1 Primary Antibody für ChIP, ICC - ABIN258561
Strakova, Reed, Ihnatovych: Human transcriptional coactivator with PDZ-binding motif (TAZ) is downregulated during decidualization. in Biology of reproduction 2010
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Human Polyclonal WWTR1 Primary Antibody für WB - ABIN153163
Chan, Lim, Guo, Ng, Lee, Hunziker, Zeng, Hong: A role for TAZ in migration, invasion, and tumorigenesis of breast cancer cells. in Cancer research 2008
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Human Polyclonal WWTR1 Primary Antibody für ICC, IF - ABIN4357944
Bhat, Salazar, Balasubramaniyan, Wani, Heathcock, Hollingsworth, James, Gumin, Diefes, Kim, Turski, Azodi, Yang, Doucette, Colman, Sulman, Lang, Rao, Copray, Vaillant, Aldape: The transcriptional coactivator TAZ regulates mesenchymal differentiation in malignant glioma. in Genes & development 2011
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Polyclonal WWTR1 Primary Antibody für IP, WB - ABIN540238
Hong, Hwang, McManus, Amsterdam, Tian, Kalmukova, Mueller, Benjamin, Spiegelman, Sharp, Hopkins, Yaffe: TAZ, a transcriptional modulator of mesenchymal stem cell differentiation. in Science (New York, N.Y.) 2005
Human Polyclonal WWTR1 Primary Antibody für ICC, IF - ABIN4357945
Pathak, Meng, Zhang, Gnosa, Nandy, Adell, Holmlund, Sun: Tafazzin protein expression is associated with tumorigenesis and radiation response in rectal cancer: a study of Swedish clinical trial on preoperative radiotherapy. in PLoS ONE 2014
ur work identifies a novel role for the Hippo/Taz pathway in micropylar cell specification in zebrafish, and uncovers the molecular basis of micropyle formation in teleosts.
The authors show that the Hippo pathway transcriptional coactivators Yap1 and Wwtr1 are specifically localized to the presumptive epidermis and notochord, and play a critical and unexpected role in posterior body extension by regulating Fibronectin assembly underneath the presumptive epidermis and surrounding the notochord.
Altogether, the data suggest that Wwtr1 establishes the compact wall architecture necessary for trabeculation, and that Nrg/Erbb2 signaling negatively regulates its nuclear localization and therefore its activity.
Yap/Taz-Tead activity is necessary and sufficient for optic vesicle progenitors to adopt retinal pigment epithelium identity in zebrafish.
Taz is required in the anteroposterior patterning of the pronephric progenitor domain in the intermediate mesoderm, acting in part by regulating retinoic acid signaling in the pronephric progenitor field in the intermediate mesoderm.
Taz-depleted larvae displayed patterning defects in ventral cranial vessels that correlate with lateral displacement of thyroid follicles
When transcriptional coactivators Yap and Taz were restricted from interacting with Tead transcription factors through expression of a dominant negative transgene, cardiac precursors failed to migrate completely to the midline.
TAZ has a critical role in osteoblast differentiation in vivo
MRTF is essential for TAZ expression; TAZ and MRTF inhibit each other's cytosolic mobility and stimulus-induced nuclear accumulation; they antagonize each other's stimulatory effect on the alpha-smooth muscle actin promoter, which harbours nearby cis-elements for both, but synergize on isolated TEAD-elements.
Study confirmed the increase of TAZ/YAP in skin biopsies from patients with diffuse systemic sclerosis.
The homologous proteins Yes-associated protein (YAP) and transcriptional coactivator with PDZ-binding motif (TAZ) are the key regulators in the Hippo pathway
Novel kindlin-2 signaling axis that senses the mechanical cues of cell microenvironment and controls mesenchymal stem cell fate decision through YAP1/TAZ.
Study shows YAP/TAZ function as key nodes of multiple signaling pathways and play multiple regulatory roles in cancer cells especially in metabolic reprogramming. [review]
The crosstalk between the Yes-associated protein/transcriptional coactivator with PDZ-binding motif (YAP/TAZ) transcription factors and Notch signaling influences cell self-renewal, stem cell differentiation, cell fate decisions, epithelial-stromal interactions, inflammation, morphogenesis, and large-scale gene oscillations.
Dickkopf-3 (DKK3) is a heat shock transcription factor 1 protein (HSF1) effector that modulates the pro-tumorigenic behaviour of cancer-associated fibroblasts (CAFs), and DKK3 orchestrates a concomitant activation of beta-catenin and YAP oncogene protein (YAP)/tafazzin protein (TAZ).
Molecular mechanisms of TAZ protein in the lung physiological conditions and lung diseases.[review]
TAZ/YAP is highly expressed in malignant melanoma tumor tissues; high expression of TAZ/YAP promotes the progression of malignant melanoma and affects the postoperative survival of patients
The C-terminal NLS of TAZ is necessary and sufficient for efficient nuclear uptake via a RAN-independent mechanism.
Knockdown of YAP/TAZ using siRNA significantly reduced the expression of the leukocyte adhesion molecule VCAM1 induced by TNF-alpha.
This study indicates that YAP/TAZ couples cell proliferation with a metabolism suited for DNA replication and facilitates escape from oncogene-induced senescence. We speculate that this activity might be relevant during the initial phases of tumour progression or during experimental stem cell reprogramming induced by YAP.
YAP/TAZ mechanotransduction integrates with cell-cell communication pathways for fine-grained orchestration of stem cell decisions.
The TAZ WW domain exhibits a binding preference for the second of the two PPxY motifs of LATS1 in vitro. We modelled the structure of the domain in complex with LATS1 PPxY2 peptide and, through molecular dynamics simulations, show that WW domain-PPxY2 complex is stable with some flexibility in the peptide region.
In the present review, we focus on the functions of YAP/TAZ in cancer, discuss their potential as new therapeutic target for tumor treatment, and provide valuable suggestions for further study in this field.
functional evaluation of a HTM cell monolayer using a permeability assay demonstrated that the inhibition of YAP and TAZ attenuated the DEX-induced impairment of permeability. These findings suggest that YAP and TAZ play pivotal roles in the DEX-induced cytoskeletal changes of HTM cells, and reveal novel potential mechanisms for the development and progression of glaucoma
WWTR1 promotes cell proliferation and inhibits apoptosis of GC cells by regulating cell cycle/apoptosisassociated factors, and effectors in the TGFbeta pathway.
EphA2-mediates glutaminolysis through YAP/TAZ activation in HER2-positive breast cancer and may serve as potential therapeutic targets in patients.
Depletion of either YES-associated protein (YAP) or transcriptional coactivator with PDZ-motif (TAZ) sensitised cancer cell lines to MLN8237, resulting in apoptosis and reduction in aurora-A.
High TAZ expression is associated with breast cancer.
Nuclear localization of YAP and TAZ was reduced in DMOG-treated primary tubular epithelial cells.
Hippo pathway is inactivated after hepatic ischemia-reperfusion injury and Yes-associated protein/transcriptional coactivator with PDZ-binding motif (YAP/TAZ) activation is detected in hepatic stellate cells, promoting cell proliferation and liver regeneration.
TAZ was activated in fibrosis through TGF-beta1-dependent mechanisms and sustained TAZ signaling promotes epithelial maladaptive repair. TAZ is also a novel non-SMAD downstream effector of renal TGF-beta1 signaling, establishing TAZ as a new antifibrosis target for treatment of CKD.
Taz is not essential for achieving proper liver size during development or in the perinatal period but is required to mount an effective regenerative response following hepatectomy.
During and after liver development, the activation of YAP/TAZ induced by loss of Lats1/2 forces hepatoblasts or hepatocytes to commit to the biliary epithelial cell lineage.
Wnt/beta-catenin signaling via Axin2 is required for myogenesis and, together with YAP/Taz and Tead1, active in IIa/IIx muscle fibers
Epicardial YAP/TAZ orchestrate an immunosuppressive response following myocardial infarction
Yap and Taz are activated in Schwann cells by mechanical stimuli and regulate Schwann cell proliferation and transcription of basal lamina receptor genes
YAP/TAZ are crucial for Schwann cells to myelinate developing nerve and to maintain myelinated nerve in adulthood.
transient expression of exogenous YAP or its closely related paralogue TAZ in primary differentiated mouse cells can induce conversion to a tissue-specific stem/progenitor cell state.
The results uncover an important aspect of the cross-talk between TGFbeta and Hippo signaling, showing that TGFbeta induces TAZ via a Smad3-independent, p38- and MRTF-mediated and yet MRTF translocation-independent mechanism.
These data demonstrate that YAP and TAZ combinatorially promote bone development through regulation of osteoblast activity, matrix quality, and osteoclastic remodeling.
MOB1-dependent YAP1/TAZ-TEAD complex functions as a transcriptional repressor of SOX9 and thereby negatively regulates chondrogenesis.
TAZ regulates cell fate depends on not only the cell type but also its subcellular localization.
The results suggested that TAZ may suppress apoptosis and premature senescence in spermatogenic cells by inhibiting the p53-p21 signaling pathway, thus playing important roles in the maintenance and control of reproductive function.
The role of Yap and Wwtr1 in the Hippo signaling pathway and the regulation of spermatogenesis in mice are reported.
Taz and Yap have overlapping functions in promoting myoblast proliferation but Taz then switches to enhance myogenic differentiation.
A crucial role for YAP and TAZ in the maintenance of the postnatal adrenal cortex.
TAZ is a critical factor for SRC kinase-mediated intestinal tumor formation and regeneration.
This gene encodes a binding protein of the 14-3-3 family of proteins that regulate cell cycle progression, differentiation and apoptosis. The encoded protein is a transcriptional co-activator that binds to the PPXY motif present on transcription factors. The gene product contains a WW domain and, in the C-terminus, a conserved PDZ-binding motif. This gene is distinct from the gene encoding tafazzin. Both genes share the gene symbol Taz. Multiple transcript variants encoding different isoforms have been described.
WW domain containing transcription regulator 1
, WW domain-containing transcription regulator protein 1
, WW domain-containing transcription regulator protein 1-like
, transcriptional co-activator with PDZ-binding motif
, transcriptional coactivator with PDZ-binding motif
, transcriptional coactivator with PDZ binding motif
, transcriptional co-activator with PDZ-binding motif (TA)Z
, transcriptional co-activator with PDZ-binding motif (TAZ)