Citations for
1CRIP1
Cytoskeleton-interacting LIM-domain protein CRP1 suppresses cell proliferation and protects from stress-induced cell death.
Latonen L, Järvinen PM, Laiho M.
Exp Cell Res 314(4):738-47. Epub 2007 Dec 8.PMID: 18177859 2008
2CRIP1
Identification and rational redesign of peptide ligands to CRIP1, a novel biomarker for cancers.
Hao J, Serohijos AW, Newton G, Tassone G, Wang Z, Sgroi DC, Dokholyan NV, Basilion JP.
PLoS Comput Biol 4(8):e1000138.PMID: 18670594 2008
3CRIP1, S100P, WNT5A
Hypomethylation of WNT5A, CRIP1 and S100P in prostate cancer.
Wang Q, Williamson M, Bott S, Brookman-Amissah N, Freeman A, Nariculam J, Hubank MJ, Ahmed A, Masters JR.
Oncogene 26(45):6560-5. Epub 2007 May 7.PMID: 17486081 2007
4CRIP1
Overexpression of CRIP in transgenic mice alters cytokine patterns and the immune response.
Lanningham-Foster L, Green CL, Langkamp-Henken B, Davis BA, Nguyen KT, Bender BS, Cousins RJ.
Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab 282(6):E1197-203.PMID: 12006348 2002
5CRIP1
The origin of a developmentally regulated Igh replicon is located near the border of regulatory domains for Igh replication and expression.
Zhou J, Ashouian N, Delepine M, Matsuda F, Chevillard C, Riblet R, Schildkraut CL, Birshtein BK.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 99(21):13693-8. Epub 2002 Oct 7.PMID: 12370427 2002
6CRIP1
Regulation of cysteine-rich intestinal protein, a zinc finger protein, by mediators of the immune response.
Cousins RJ, Lanningham-Foster L.
J Infect Dis 182 Suppl 1:S81-4. Review.PMID: 10944488 2000
7CRIP1
Mapping of the human cysteine-rich intestinal protein gene CRIP1 to the human chromosomal segment 7q11.23.
Garcia-Barcelo M, Tsui SK, Chim SS, Fung KP, Lee CY, Waye MM.
Genomics 47(3):419-22. 1998
8CRIP1
Human cysteine-rich intestinal protein: cDNA cloning and expression of recombinant protein and identification in human peripheral blood mononuclear cells.
Khoo C, Blanchard RK, Sullivan VK, Cousins RJ.
Protein Expr Purif 9(3):379-87. 1997
9CRIP1
Isolation and characterization of a cDNA that codes for a LIM-containing protein which is developmentally regulated in heart.
Tsui SK, Yam NY, Lee CY, Waye MM.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun 205(1):497-505. 1994