BMP-10, human recombinant

Product name : BMP-10, human recombinant

Catalog number : 4581-20

Supplier : Biovision

Price : 246 EUR

Size : 20 μg

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Classification : Bone morphogenetic proteins Endogenous ligands

Concept : Scope note: The initial culturing of cells derived directly from fresh TISSUES.

Discovery year : 2003-04-16

Entrez Gene : BMP binding endothelial regulator  (BMPER)  (GDF11)

Entrez gene record : 27302

GenBank acession : AF101441

Gene : BMP10

Gene ontology - Biological process : ureteric bud development blood vessel endothelial cell proliferation involved in sprouting angiogenesis regulation of endothelial cell migration negative regulation of BMP signaling pathway endothelial cell activation endothelial cell differentiation inner ear development regulation of pathway-restricted SMAD protein phosphorylation positive regulation of ERK1 and ERK2 cascade

Gene ontology - Cellular component : extracellular space

Havana BLAST/BLAT : OTTHUMG00000129573

Identity : 20869

InterPro : VWFC domain BMP-binding endothelial regulator protein  (GDF11) von Willebrand factor, type D domain Uncharacterised domain, cysteine-rich Trypsin Inhibitor-like, cysteine rich domain

Locus : 2p13.3

Locus Specific Databases : LRG_403

Long gene name : bone morphogenetic protein 10

Name : Primary Cell Culture

PubMed : BMPER is a novel BMP-binding protein that is expressed by endothelial cell precursors, has BMP-antagonizing activity, and may play a role in endothelial cell differentiation by modulating local BMP activity Crossveinless-2 is an inhibitor of BMP function BMPER is an endothelial cell regulator and controls bone morphogenetic protein-4-dependent angiogenesis. The data unequivocally demonstrated that BMPER is highly expressed in malignant tumors and that the growth of lung, colon, and uterine carcinomas is dependent on the presence of BMPER. Mutual regulation by BMP-9 and CV2 is essential in regulating the development of the vascular endothelium. BMPER is a novel regulator of the osteoblast-like differentiation of HCASMCs. these results suggest that BMPER and Tsg maintain a fine-tuned equilibrium that controls BMP pathway activity and is necessary for vascular cell homeostasis. The proangiogenic BMPER effect in endothelial cells is mediated by inhibition of antiangiogenic thrombospondin-1 and enhanced expression and activation of the FGF signaling pathway that is crucial in the promotion of angiogenesis. BMPER variants associated with a novel, attenuated subtype of diaphanospondylodysostosis. that BMPER-modulated BMP pathway activity regulates VE-cadherin expression and vascular barrier function

Pubmed identfication : 10072785

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RefSeq identity : NM_014482

Synonyms : BMP-3b

Tree numbers : E01.370.225.500.223.500 E05.200.500.265.500 E05.242.223.500 E05.481.500.249.500