GPI Anchoring

Glycosylphosphatidylinositol (GPI) is a glycolipid anchor for several cell-surface proteins that play a role in various biological processes, including signal transduction, prion disease pathogenesis, and immune response. Here is the latest research.

January 2, 2021
Review
Open Access

Three Decades of Advances in Arabinogalactan-Protein Biosynthesis

Frontiers in Plant Science
Jessy SilvaSílvia Coimbra
October 2, 2020
Open Access

Inhibition of phospholipase D2 augments histone deacetylase inhibitor-induced cell death in breast cancer cells

Biological Research
Won Chan HwangDo Sik Min
November 10, 2020
Review

A reference guide for paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria: recent updates and points of medical treatment

[Rinshō ketsueki] The Japanese journal of clinical hematology
Akihiko Gotoh
January 18, 2021
Review
Open Access

Protein glycosylation during infection by plant pathogenic fungi

The New Phytologist
Caiyun LiuXiao-Lin Chen
October 29, 2020
Open Access

Cdc1p is a Golgi-localized Glycosylphosphatidylinositol-anchored Protein Remodelase

Molecular Biology of the Cell
Gege Yang, David K Banfield
October 21, 2020
Preprint
Open Access

Limb-clasping, cognitive deficit and increased vulnerability to kainic acid -induced seizures in neuronal GPI anchor deficiency mouse models

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
L. C. KandasamyQi Zhang
December 3, 2020
Preprint
Open Access

Sca1+ cells as direct isolate (ex vivo) versus in vitro cultured exhibit differential proteomic signatures in murine skeletal muscle

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
S. KapoorBipasha Bose
October 13, 2020

Dietary and lifestyle factors effect erythrocyte PIG-A mutant frequency in humans

Mutagenesis
Rachel LawrenceGareth Jenkins
October 1, 2020
Review
Open Access

Cellular Prion Protein (PrPc): Putative Interacting Partners and Consequences of the Interaction

International Journal of Molecular Sciences
Hajar Miranzadeh Mahabadi, Changiz Taghibiglou
October 14, 2020
Open Access

D-series Resolvins activate Phospholipase D in phagocytes during inflammation and resolution

FASEB Journal : Official Publication of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology
Ramya GanesanJulian Gomez-Cambronero
January 7, 2021
Open Access

A CRISPR-Cas9-engineered mouse model for GPI-anchor deficiency mirrors human phenotypes and exhibits hippocampal synaptic dysfunctions

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Miguel Rodríguez de Los SantosPeter M Krawitz
January 8, 2021
Open Access

LY6D-induced macropinocytosis as a survival mechanism of senescent cells

The Journal of Biological Chemistry
Taiki NaganoShinji Kamada
November 3, 2020
Open Access

CD14 release induced by P2X7 receptor restricts inflammation and increases survival during sepsis

ELife
Cristina Alarcón-VilaPablo Pelegrin
November 11, 2020
Open Access

LY6D-induced macropinocytosis as a survival mechanism of senescent cells

The Journal of Biological Chemistry
Taiki NaganoShinji Kamada
December 15, 2020
Open Access

Ceramide chain length-dependent protein sorting into selective endoplasmic reticulum exit sites

Science Advances
Sofia Rodriguez-GallardoManuel Muñiz
October 22, 2020
Open Access

Phosphatidylinositol-specific phospholipase C enhances epidermal penetration by Staphylococcus aureus

Scientific Reports
Yoshikazu NakamuraKiyoko Fukami

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