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  • n. A multifunctional protein that binds calcium ions


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  • Illustrated in Figure 7 is the restriction enzyme and genetic map of a commercially available (BD Biosciences Clontech) bacterial plasmid derivative containing the coding sequence for enhanced yellow fluorescent protein fused to the endoplasmic reticulum targeting sequence of calreticulin (a resident protein).

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  • Although there are several ER-localized HSPs that can potentially chaperone PRRs, including calnexin, calreticulin, protein disulfide isomerase, gp96, thiol-oxidoreductase ERp57, and BiP, to date only gp96 has been demonstrated to function in PRR-folding

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  • In the current study, we explored the combination of the DNA vaccine encoding calreticulin

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  • Endogenous ER markers ERGIC-53 and calreticulin as well as plasma membrane protein markers Na/K ATPase and Na/Ca exchanger (NCX) were probed against to allow accurate visualization of the ER and the plasma membrane.

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  • Now, the new research has shown that calreticulin exists in a variety of cancers, including some types of leukemia, non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and bladder, brain and ovarian cancers.

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  • "The research also shows that most normal cell populations don't display calreticulin and are, therefore, not depleted when we expose them to a blocking anti-CD47 antibody."

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  • This research demonstrates that the reason that blocking the CD47 'don't eat me' signal works to kill cancer is that leukemias, lymphomas and many solid tumors also display a calreticulin

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  • The next step is to understand how calreticulin works.

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  • A study published online Dec. 22 in Science Translational Medicine reports that the cells send out the enticing "eat me" signal by displaying the protein calreticulin.

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  • Both the pre-apoptotic exposure of calreticulin (CRT) and the post-apoptotic release of high-mobility group box 1 protein (HMGB1) are required for immunogenic cell death elicited by anthracyclins.

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