CREB


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CREB

[¦sē¦är¦ē′bē or kreb]
(cell and molecular biology)
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Phosphorylation of CREB at the Ser133 site is known to play an important role in regulating the memory process.
miR-134 regulates ischemia/ reperfusion injury-induced neuronal cell death by regulating CREB signaling," Journal of Molecular Neuroscience, vol.
Vianna y colaboradores (2000) investigaron la activacion de proteinas kinasas y la fosforilacion de CREB en el hipocampo luego de diferentes intervalos de tiempo posteriormente a la exposicion de los animales a un ambiente novedoso.
In order to analyze CREB involvement in different memory processes, transgenic mice have been derived under the control of [alpha]-calmodulin kinase II ([alpha]-CaMKII) promoter with an inducible and reversible CREB repressor (CREBZR), by fusing CREBS133A to a tamoxifen (TAM)-dependent mutant of an estrogen receptor ligand-binding domain (Kida et al, 2002).
BDNF is regulated by many factors, including transcription factors such as NF-[kappa]B and CREB.
For example, some BDNFtranscripts are regulated by the CREB transcription factor, and transcription of the same BDNF mRNAs is increased after consolidation of fear learning (Lubin et al.
2+] signals activate CaM kinases, CREB, and transcription of genes encoding [Ca.
Protecting against cocaine addiction may be a side benefit of miR-212's normal job of regulating CREB production and other biochemical processes in the brain, Kenny says.
2+], factores de trascripcion tal como CREB (proteina elemento conjugadora de respuesta a AMPc), histonas y genes (28, 37, 39, 40).
The CREB program was modeled after the Qualified Zone Academy Bond program, enacted in 1998 to provide tax incentives for the rehabilitation of public school buildings.