"Protein Deglycase DJ-1" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
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A protein deglycase that repairs methylglyoxal- and glyoxal-glycated amino acids and proteins, releasing repaired proteins and lactate or glycolate. It deglycates CYSTEINE, ARGININE and LYSINE residues to reactivate proteins by reversing glycation and prevent the formation of ADVANCED GLYCATION END PRODUCTS. It protects cells against OXIDATIVE STRESS and CELL DEATH by functioning as an oxidative stress sensor and redox-sensitive MOLECULAR CHAPERONE and PROTEASE. Mutations in the PARK7 gene are associated with autosomal-recessive, early-onset PARKINSON DISEASE.
|Protein Deglycase DJ-1
- Protein Deglycase DJ-1
- DJ-1, Protein Deglycase
- DJ-1-PARK7 Protein
- DJ 1 PARK7 Protein
- DJ-1 Protein
- DJ 1 Protein
- Parkinson Protein 7
- DJ1 Protein
- PARK7 Protein
- Parkinsonism Associated Deglycase
- Deglycase, Parkinsonism Associated
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?zoguz A, Uyan ?, Birdal G, Iskender C, Kartal E, Lahut S, ?m?r ?, Agim ZS, Eken AG, Sen NE, Kavak P, Saygi C, Sapp PC, Keagle P, Parman Y, Tan E, Ko? F, Deymeer F, Oflazer P, Hanagasi H, G?rvit H, Bilgi? B, Durmus H, Ertas M, Kotan D, Akalin MA, G?ll?oglu H, Zarifoglu M, Aysal F, D?soglu N, Bilguvar K, G?nel M, Keskin ?, Akg?n T, ?z?elik H, Landers JE, Brown RH, Basak AN. The distinct genetic pattern of ALS in Turkey and novel mutations. Neurobiol Aging. 2015 Apr; 36(4):1764.e9-1764.e18.