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clusterin


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clusterin

clusterin

Binding of human clusterin by Staphylococcus epidermidis

Clusterin, a Haploinsufficient Tumor Suppressor Gene in Neuroblastomas

Higher clusterin immunolabeling and sperm DNA damage levels in hypertensive men compared with controls

Small interfering RNA targeted to secretory clusterin blocks tumor growth, motility, and invasion in breast cancer

Fucosylated clusterin in semen promotes the uptake of stress-damaged proteins by dendritic cells via DC-SIGN

A Phase I Pharmacokinetic and Pharmacodynamic Study of OGX-011, a 2′-Methoxyethyl Antisense Oligonucleotide to Clusterin, in Patients With Localized Prostate Cancer

Cellular distribution and molecular heterogeneity of MAC393 antigen (clusterin, beta-chain) on the surface membrane of bull spermatozoa.

The chemopreventive action of catechins in the TRAMP mouse model of prostate carcinogenesis is accompanied by clusterin over-expression

Mechanisms of platelet-stimulated colon cancer invasion: role of clusterin and thrombospondin 1 in regulation of the P38MAPK–MMP-9 pathway

Upregulation of Clusterin in Prostate and DNA Damage in Spermatozoa from Bisphenol A–Treated Rats and Formation of DNA Adducts in Cultured Human Prostatic Cells

Decrease of both stem cell factor and clusterin mRNA levels in testicular biopsies of azoospermic patients with constitutive or idiopathic but not acquired spermatogenic failure

P118 Reduced secretory clusterin in IPF is associated with increased elastin binding and down-regulation of fibroblast expression potentially mediated by TGF-β

 

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A glycoprotein (complement-associated protein SP-40, complement cytolysis inhibitor, CLI, apolipoprotein J, sulphated glycoprotein 2, SGP-2, dimeric acid glycoprotein, DAG, glycoprotein III, GpIII, 449 aa) of uncertain function. It is expressed in a variety of tissues; binds to cells, membranes, and hydrophobic proteins; and has been associated with apoptosis.

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