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P. Scherer et al., Identification, sequence, and expression of caveolin-2 defines a caveolin gene family. PNAS. Jan. 1996.
http://www.pnas.org/content/93/1/131.short

 

P. Scherer et al., Cell-type and Tissue-specific Expression of Caveolin-2 Caveolins 1 and 2 Co-localize and form a stable hetero-olgiomeric complex in vivo*. JCB. Nov. 1997.
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S. Shi et al., Hepatitis C Virus RNA Replication Occurs on a Detergent-Resistant Membrane That Cofractionates with Caveolin-2, Journal of Virology. April 2003.
Hepatitis C virus RNA replication occurs on a detergent-resistant membrane that cofractionates with caveolin-2

 

T. Fujimoto et al., Caveolin-2 Is Targeted to Lipid Droplets, a New “Membrane Domain” in the Cell, JCB. March 2005.
http://www.jcb.rupress.org/content/152/5/1079.abstract

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A. Razani et al., Two distinct caveolin-1 domains mediate the functional interaction of caveolin-1 with protein kinase A
http://ajpcell.physiology.org/content/281/4/C1241.short

 

H. Je et al., Caveolin-1 regulates contractility in differentiated vascular smooth muscle. APS. Jan 2004
Caveolin-1 regulates contractility in differentiated vascular smooth muscle

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22-3462

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24-5678

Y. Li et al., Neuronal Damage and Plasticity Identified by Microtubule-Associated Protein 2, Growth-Associated Protein 43, and Cyclin D1 Immunoreactivity After Focal Cerebral Ischemia in Rats. AHA. 1998.
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T. Nguyen et al., NFAT-3 Is a Transcriptional Repressor of the Growth-associated Protein 43 during Neuronal Maturation. JBC. May 2009.
NFAT-3 is a transcriptional repressor of the growth-associated protein 43 during neuronal maturation

 

S. Westmoreland et al., Growth-associated protein-43 and ephrin B3 induction in the brain of adult SIV-infected rhesus macaques . Journal of Neurovirology. Nov. 2011. www.springerlink.com/content/02611404428t76hr/

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24-5680

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F. Barr et al., GRASP65, a Protein Involved in the Stacking of Golgi Cisternae. Cell, Oct 1997. 253-262.
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F. Barr et al., Mapping the Interaction Between GRASP65 and GM130, Components of a Protein Complex involved in the stacking of golgi cisternae. EMBO. Jan. 1998.
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P. Marra et al., The GM130 and GRASP65 Golgi protein cycle through and define a subdomain of the intermediate compartment. Nature cell biology. Nov. 2001. 1101-1113. http://www.nature.com/ncb/journal/v3/n12/abs/ncb1201-1101.html

 

M. Puthenveedu et al., GM130 and GRASP65-dependent lateral cisternal fusion allows uniform golgi-enzyme distribution. Nature cell biology. Feb. 2006. 238-248.
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J. Lane et al., Caspase-mediated cleavage of the stacking Protein GRASP65 is Required for golgi fragmentation during apoptosis. JCB. Jan. 2002. 495-509.
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C. Lin et al., Peripheral Golgi protein GRASP65 is a target of mitotic polo-like kinase (plk) and Cdc2. National Academy of Science. Oct. 2000.
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Y. Wang et al., A direct role for GRASP65 as a mitotically regulated golgi stacking factor. EMBO. Aug. 2003.
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C. Preisinger et al., Plk1 docking to GRASP65 phosphorylated by Cdk1 suggests a mechanism for Golgi checkpoint signaling. EMBO. March 2005. 753-765.
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C. Sutterlin et al., The Golgi-associated Protein GRASP65 Regulates Spindle Dynamics and is Essential for Cell Division. MBOC. Dec. 2004.
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Y. Wang et al., Mapping the Functional Domains of the Stacking Factor GRASP65. JBC. Feb. 2005.
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E. Oesterle et al., Sox2 and Jagged1 Expression in Normal and Drug-Damaged Adult Mouse Inner Ear. Journal of the Association for Researh in Otolaryngology, 2008.
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C. grimsley-Myers et al., The Small GTPase Rac1 Regulates Auditory Hair Cell Morphogenesis. Journal of Neuroscience. December 2009, 15859-15869.
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L. Yang et al., Effects of dietary salt on renal Na+ transporter subcellular distribution, abundance, and phosphorylation status. American Journal of Renal Physiology, Oct. 2008.
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Y. Yiling et al., In Vivo Proliferation of Postmitotic Cochlear Supporting Cells by Acute Ablation of the Retinoblastoma Protein in Neonatal Mice. Journal of Neuroscience, April 2010. 5927-5936.
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M. H. Muders et al., Expression and Regulatory Role of GAIP-interacting Protein GIPC in Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma. American Association for Cancer Research, Nov. 2006.
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O. Atar et al., Anti-apoptotic factor z-Val-Ala-Asp-flouromethylketone promotes the survival of cochlear hair cells in a mouse model for human deafness. Neuroscience, July 2010. 851-857.
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E. Y. Ma et al., Notch Signaling Regulates the Extent of Hair Cell Regeneration in Zebrafish Lateral Line. Neuroscience, Feb. 2008.
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L. S. Tang et al., COUP-TFI controls Notch Regulation of Hair Cell and Support Cell Differentiation. Development, September 2006.
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M. Matsumoto et al., Potential of embryonic stem cell-derived neurons for synapse formation with auditory hair cells. Journal of Neuroscience, Nov. 2008, 3075-3085.
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E. C. Driver et al., Hedgehog Signaling Regulates Sensory Cell Formation and Auditory Function in Mice and Humans. Neuroscience, July 2008.
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B. E. Jacques et al., Fgf8 Induces Pillar Cell Fate and Regulates Cellular Patterning in the Mammalian Cochlea. Development, Aug. 2007, 3021-3029.
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Yamamoto et al., Rbpj Regulates Development of Prosensory Cells in the Mammalian Inner Ear. Developmental, March 2011.
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S. More et al., Role of the Copper Transporter, CTR1, in Platinum-Induced Ototoxicity. Neuroscience, July 2010.
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M. Collado et al., The Postnatal Accumulation of Junctional E-Cadherin in Inversely Correlated with the Capacity for Supporting Cells to Convert Directly into Sensory Hair Cells in Mammalian Balance Organs. Neuroscience, August 2011.
http://www.neuro.cjb.net/content/31/33/11855.short

 

L. Wang et al., RGS-GAIP-Interacting Protein Controls Breast Cancer Progression. Molecular Cancer Research. Dec. 2010.
http://mcr.aacrjournals.org/content/8/12/1591.short

 

C. Saponaro et al., First Identification of Toll-like Receptor-4 in Avian Brain: Evolution of Lipopolysaccharide Recognition and Inflammatory-dependent Responses. Immunopharmacology & Immunotoxicology. March 2011, 64-72.
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G. A. Soukoup et al., Residual MicroDNA Expression Dictates the Extent of Inner Ear Development in Conditional Dicer Knockout Mice. Developmental Biology. April 2009, 328-341.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0012160609000918

 

C. Pulligilla et al., Sox2 Induces Neuronal Formation in the Developing Mammalian Cochlea. Neuroscience. Jan. 2010.
http://neuro.cjb.net/content/30/2/714.full

 

Sokal et al., Insight into the role of Ca2+ Binding Protein 5 in Vesicle Exocytosis. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. Oct. 2011.
http://www.iovs.org/content/early/2011/10/28/iovs.11-8246.abstract

 

Y. Lee et al., Novel Therapy of Hearing Loss: Delivery of Insulin-like Growth Factor 1 to the Cochlea Using Gelatin Hydrogel. Otolaryngology & Neurotology. Oct. 2007, 976-981.
http://journals.lww.com/otology-neurotology/Abstract/2007/10000/Novel_Therapy_for_Hearing_Loss__Delivery_of.20.aspx

 

C. Kaiser et al., Comparison of Activated Caspase Detection Methods in the Gentamicin-treated chick cochlea. Hearing Research. June 2008, 1-11.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378595508000580

 

L. Duncan et al., Differential Expression of Unconventional Myosins in Apoptotic and Regenerating Chick Hair Cells Confirms Two Regeneration Mechanisms. Comparative Neurology. Dec. 2006, 691-701.
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Shaofeng et al., Mouse Auditory Organ Development Required Bone Morphogenetic protein Signaling. NeuroReport. June 2011, 396-401.
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X. Lou et al., GIPC and GAIP Form a Complex with TrkA: A Putative Link between G Protein and Receptor Tyrosine Kinase Pathways. AAAS. March 2001. 615-627.
http://stke.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/abstract/molbiolcell;12/3/615

 

L. Hu et al., GIPC Interacts with the B1-Andrenergic Receptor and Regulates B1-Andrenergic Receptor-mediated ERK Activation. JBC. April 2003.
http://www.jbc.org/content/278/28/26295.short

 

X. Lou et al., GAIP, GIPC and Gai3 are Concentrated in Endocytic Compartments of Proximal Tubule Cells: Putative Role in Regulating Megalin’s Function. JASN. April 2002. 918-927.
http://jasn.asnjournals.org/content/13/4/918.short

 

T. Varsano et al., GIPC is recruitef by APPL to Peripheral TrkA Endosomes and Rgulates TrkA Trafficking and Signaling. MCB. October 2006.
http://mcb.asm.org/content/26/23/8942.short

 

S. Naccache et al., Binding of Internalized Receptors to the PDZ Domain of GIPC/synectin recruits myosin VI to endocytic vesicles. PNAS. Aug. 2006.
http://www.pnas.org/content/103/34/12735.short

 

A. Awan et al., 5T4 Interacts with TIP-2/GIPC, a PDZ Protein, with Implications for Metastasis. BBRC. Jan 2002. 1030-1036.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0006291X01962886

 

F. Jeanneteau et al., Interactions of GIPC with Dopamine D2, D3 but not D4 Receptors Define a Novel Mode of Regulation of G Protein-coupled Receptors. MBOC. Nov. 2003.
http://www.molbiolcell.org/content/15/2/696.short

 

A. Favre-Bonvin et al., Human Papillomavirus Type 18 E6 Protein Binds to Cellular PDZ Protein TIP-2/GIPC, Which is Involved in Transforming Growth factor B Signaling and triggers Its Degradation by the Proteasome. Journal of Virology. April 2005. 4229-4237.
http://jvi.asm.org/content/79/7/4229.short

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