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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.

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A. Razani et al., Two distinct caveolin-1 domains mediate the functional interaction of caveolin-1 with protein kinase A


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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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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F. Barr et al., GRASP65, a Protein Involved in the Stacking of Golgi Cisternae. Cell, Oct 1997. 253-262.


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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.


C. grimsley-Myers et al., The Small GTPase Rac1 Regulates Auditory Hair Cell Morphogenesis. Journal of Neuroscience. December 2009, 15859-15869.


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.


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.


M. H. Muders et al., Expression and Regulatory Role of GAIP-interacting Protein GIPC in Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma. American Association for Cancer Research, Nov. 2006.


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. C. Driver et al., Hedgehog Signaling Regulates Sensory Cell Formation and Auditory Function in Mice and Humans. Neuroscience, July 2008.


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L. Wang et al., RGS-GAIP-Interacting Protein Controls Breast Cancer Progression. Molecular Cancer Research. Dec. 2010.


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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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.;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.


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.


T. Varsano et al., GIPC is recruitef by APPL to Peripheral TrkA Endosomes and Rgulates TrkA Trafficking and Signaling. MCB. October 2006.


S. Naccache et al., Binding of Internalized Receptors to the PDZ Domain of GIPC/synectin recruits myosin VI to endocytic vesicles. PNAS. Aug. 2006.


A. Awan et al., 5T4 Interacts with TIP-2/GIPC, a PDZ Protein, with Implications for Metastasis. BBRC. Jan 2002. 1030-1036.


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.


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.

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