Citations for
1APH1A, NCSTN, PSEN1, PSEN2, PSENEN
Pen-2 and Presenilin are Sufficient to Catalyze Notch Processing.
Hu C, Xu J, Zeng L, Li T, Cui MZ, Xu X.
J Alzheimers Dis 56(4):1263-1269. doi: 10.3233/JAD-161094. 2017
2APH1A, APH1B, LMAN1, NCSTN, PSENEN
N-glycosylation of human nicastrin is required for interaction with the lectins from the secretory pathway calnexin and ERGIC-53.
Morais VA, Brito C, Pijak DS, Crystal AS, Fortna RR, Li T, Wong PC, Doms RW, Costa J.
Biochim Biophys Acta 1762(9):802-10. Epub 2006 Jul 26. 2006
3PSEN1, PHB, NCSTN, PSENEN, APH1A
Purification and characterization of the human gamma-secretase complex.
Fraering PC, Ye W, Strub JM, Dolios G, LaVoie MJ, Ostaszewski BL, van Dorsselaer A, Wang R, Selkoe DJ, Wolfe MS.
Biochemistry 43(30):9774-89. 2004
4APH1A, APH1B, NCSTN, PSENEN, PSEN1, PSEN2
APH1, PEN2, and Nicastrin increase Abeta levels and gamma-secretase activity.
Marlow L, Canet RM, Haugabook SJ, Hardy JA, Lahiri DK, Sambamurti K.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun 305(3):502-9.Erratum in: Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 2003 Aug 1;307(3):756. 2003
5APH1A, PSENEN, PSEN1
The role of presenilin cofactors in the gamma-secretase complex.
Takasugi N, Tomita T, Hayashi I, Tsuruoka M, Niimura M, Takahashi Y, Thinakaran G, Iwatsubo T.
Nature 422(6930):438-41. Epub 2003 Mar 16. 2003
6APH1A, APH1B, PSENEN
aph-1 and pen-2 are required for Notch pathway signaling, gamma-secretase cleavage of betaAPP, and presenilin protein accumulation.
Francis R, McGrath G, Zhang J, Ruddy DA, Sym M, Apfeld J, Nicoll M, Maxwell M, Hai B, Ellis MC, Parks AL, Xu W, Li J, Gurney M, Myers RL, Himes CS, Hiebsch R, Ruble C, Nye JS, Curtis D.
Dev Cell 3(1):85-97. 2002
7ADIPOR1, AIG1, AMDHD2, ANKHD1, ANKRD20A1, ANKRD27, ANKRD32, APH1A, APH1B, APIP, APOLD1, ARS2, ASCC1, ATXN10, BOLA1, C10orf10, C14orf166, C19orf56, C20orf109, C20orf4, C2orf14, C2orf16, C6orf60, C6orf62, CALCOCO1, CAMKK1, CCDC113, CCDC53, CCDC9, CCNB2, CD99L2, CDK5RAP1, CDK5RAP1, CGI-96, CHMP5, CHPF, CIAO2B, CLIC4, CLPB, COPZ1, COQ4, COQ6, CRELD1, CUTC, CYBRD1, DDX47, DERA, DHRS7, DHRS7B, DHRS7B, DPH5, DTNB, DYNC1LI2, EEF1AKNMT, ELOVL1, EMC9, ERGIC3, ESPN, EXOSC1, EXOSC3, FAHD2A, FAM108B1, FAM164A, FAM18B, FAM32A, FAM82B, FCF1, FIP1L1, FLYWCH1, FYTTD1, GABARAPL1, GET4, GLOD4, GLRX2, GOLT1B, GOLT1B, GPR89A, GPS2, GRIPAP1, HDDC2, HDGFRP3, HIGD1A, IER3IP1, IFT52, ISOC1, KIF18A, KIF20B, KIRREL2, KL3, KLC2, LACTB2, LHX6, LMAN2L, LUC7L2, MAF1, MAGMAS, MECR, MED23, MED31, MEMO, METTL9, MIS12, MOABHD5, MOB4, MPC1, MRPL11, MRPL2, MRPL4, MRPL48, MRPS15, MRPS16, MRPS16P2, MRPS18C, MRPS23, MRPS33, MTCH1, MTERF3, MTO1, MYCBPAP, NCALD, NCIE2, NDUFAF1, NELF, NELFB, NFU1, NMD3, NOSIP, NRBF2, NRIP2, NRIP2, NRSN2, NUDT12, OTUD6B, PARVB, PCBD2, PHF20L1, PIGT, PMFBP1, PNAS-4, PRPF31, PRSS23, PTRH2, QRSL1, RBMX2, RGMA, RGMB, RNF103-CHMP3, RNF123, RNF146, RRNAD1, RRP15, RWDD1, RWDD3, SAMHD1, SAMM50, SCCPDH, SECISBP2, SEMA4F, SERBP1, SERBP1, SERP1, SH3BP5L, SIDT2, SLC25A24, SLC25A39, SLC25A39, SLC35C2, SLC37A3, SLC41A2, SLC6A16, SLMO2, SMC6, SPEF1, SQRDL, STARD10, STMN2, SYF2, TARDBP, TBC1D3, TBL2, TFB1M, TFIP11, THAP4, THAP4, TIGD6, TIMMDC1, TMED5, TMED7, TMEM47, TPPP3, TRAF7, TRAPPC12, TRAPPC4, TRMT6, TRNT1, TSC22D3, TSPAN14, TWF2, UBE1DC1, UBE2J1, UCHL5, UNC50, USP39, UTP11L, VPS36, WDR37, WDR50, WDR91, WSB1, YARS2, YIPF3, YPEL5, ZC3H13, ZDHHC9, ZMYND12, ZMYND15, ZRANB3
Identification of novel human genes evolutionarily conserved in Caenorhabditis elegans by comparative proteomics.
Lai CH, Chou CY, Ch'ang LY, Liu CS, Lin W.
Genome Res 10(5):703-13. 2000