Citations for
1VPS39
Merkel cell polyomavirus large T antigen disrupts lysosome clustering by translocating human Vam6p from the cytoplasm to the nucleus.
Liu X, Hein J, Richardson SC, Basse PH, Toptan T, Moore PS, Gjoerup OV, Chang Y.
J Biol Chem 286(19):17079-90. Epub 2011 Mar 16. 2011
2TGFBRAP1, VPS39
The TGF-β signaling modulators TRAP1/TGFBRAP1 and VPS39/Vam6/TLP are essential for early embryonic development.
Messler S, Kropp S, Episkopou V, Felici A, Würthner J, Lemke R, Jerabek-Willemsen M, Willecke R, Scheu S, Pfeffer K, Wurthner JU.
Immunobiology 216(3):343-50. Epub 2010 Aug 19. 2011
3TBC1D15, VPS39
Differential effects of TBC1D15 and mammalian Vps39 on Rab7 activation state, lysosomal morphology, and growth factor dependence.
Peralta ER, Martin BC, Edinger AL.
J Biol Chem 285(22):16814-21. Epub 2010 Apr 2. 2010
4VPS39
The zebrafish mutant lbk/vam6 resembles human multisystemic disorders caused by aberrant trafficking of endosomal vesicles.
Schonthaler HB, Fleisch VC, Biehlmaier O, Makhankov Y, Rinner O, Bahadori R, Geisler R, Schwarz H, Neuhauss SC, Dahm R.
Development 135(2):387-99. Epub 2007 Dec 12. 2008
5VPS39
Spatio-temporal organization of Vam6P and SNAP on mouse spermatozoa and their involvement in sperm-zona pellucida interactions.
Brahmaraju M, Shoeb M, Laloraya M, Kumar PG.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun 318(1):148-55. 2004
6VPS39
TLP, a novel modulator of TGF-beta signaling, has opposite effects on Smad2- and Smad3-dependent signaling.
Felici A, Wurthner JU, Parks WT, Giam LR, Reiss M, Karpova TS, McNally JG, Roberts AB.
EMBO J 22(17):4465-77. 2003
7CDAN1, STARD9, TTBK2, VPS39
Congenital dyserythropoietic anemia type I is caused by mutations in codanin-1.
Dgany O, Avidan N, Delaunay J, Krasnov T, Shalmon L, Shalev H,Eidelitz-Markus T, Kapelushnik J, Cattan D, Pariente A, Tulliez M, Cretien A,Schischmanoff PO, Iolascon A, Fibach E, Koren A, Rossler J, Le Merrer M, YanivI, Zaizov R, Ben-Asher E, Olender T, Lancet D, Beckmann JS, Tamary H.
Am J Hum Genet 71(6):1467-74. Epub 2002 Nov 14. 2002
8ADNP, AKAP9, ANGEL1, ARHGAP32, ATP10B, ATP1A2, BAG5, BAIAP3, CAMKK2, CLCC1, CLSTN3, DDHD2, DDN, DDX46, DDX46, DGKB, DIP, DOCK4, DST, EIF5B, EPM2AIP1, FAM131B, FAM153A, FARP2, FCHSD2, GPR116, HDAC9, IPO13, KBTBD11, KIAA0748, KIAA0753, KIAA0754, KIAA0802, KLHL18, LARP1, LPHN2, LPHN3, LRIG2, MAST2, MTUS2, MYO10, MYO1D, NFASC, NRXN3, NUP155, OSBPL2, PCNX, PHF14, PPP1R13B, RAD54L2, RBM12, RHOBTB1, RHOBTB2, RIMS2, SACS, SASH1, SEC24A, SEC24B, SEC24C, SEC24D, SENP6, SLC4A8, SNRNP200, SNX13, SORBS2, SPATA2, SPON1, SUPT7L, SV2A, SV2B, SYNE1, TBKBP1, TCAF1, TMCC1, TMEM63A, TOMM70A, TSPYL4, UBXN7, ULK1, USP34, VPRBP, VPS39, VPS8, WSCD2, XPO7, ZBED1, ZBED1Y, ZNF294, ZNF423, ZNF432
Prediction of the coding sequences of unidentified human genes. XI. The complete sequences of 100 new cDNA clones from brain which code for large proteins in vitro.
Nagase T, Ishikawa K, Suyama M, Kikuno R, Miyajima N, Tanaka A, Kotani H, Nomura N, Ohara O.
DNA Res 5(5):277-86. 1998