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Identification of differentially expressed genes in human heart with ventricular septal defect using suppression subtractive hybridization.Ventricular septal defect (VSD) accounts for the largest number of birth congenital heart defects in human, but the genetic programs that control ventricular septation are poorly understood. To identify differentially expressed genes between ventricular septal defect and normal ventricular septum myocardium, we have undertaken suppression subtractive hybridization (SSH) and generated reciprocal cDNA collections of representative mRNAs specific to human heart with ventricular septal defect versus normal control. Following SSH, 1378 clones were sequenced and found to derive from 551 different genes. These predominately expressed genes included genes involved in energy metabolism, cell cycle and growth, cytoskeleton and cell adhesion, LIM protein, zinc finger protein, and development. It is anticipated that further study of genes identified will provide insights into their specific roles in the etiology of VSD, even in cardiac development, aging, and disease.
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Expression of human SOX18 in normal tissues and tumors.SOX proteins are a family of transcription factors with high-mobility-group DNA-binding domain (HMG box) homologous to SRY, which play key roles in embryogenesis. Xenopus Sox17alpha, Sox17beta, Sox3 and mouse Sox7 are reported to be negative regulators of the WNT-beta-catenin-TCF signaling pathway. SOX7, SOX17, and SOX18 constitute a subfamily among the SOX gene family. Here, expression of SOX18 mRNA was investigated using Northern blot analysis, RNA dot blot analysis, and cDNA-PCR. SOX18 mRNA was significantly highly expressed in ventricles and inter-ventricular septum of adult heart among various normal human tissues. SOX18 mRNA was relatively highly expressed in stomach and jejunum in the gastrointestinal tract. SOX18 mRNA was relatively highly expressed in TMK1 and MKN45 among 7 gastric cancer cell lines. SOX18 mRNA was expressed in all out of 7 pancreatic cancer cell lines, and was relatively highly expressed in PANC-1, Hs700T, Hs766T and MIA PaCa-2. Expression level of SOX18 mRNA in MCF-7 cells (breast cancer) was not affected by beta-estradiol. SOX18 mRNA was expressed in all out of 5 embryonal tumor cell lines, and was relatively highly expressed in NT2 with the potential to differentiate into neuronal cells. Expression level of SOX18 mRNA in NT2 cells was down-regulated by all-trans retinoic acid. This is the first report on comprehensive expression analyses of SOX18 mRNA in normal human tissues and tumors.
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Genomic sequence and cardiac expression of atrial natriuretic peptide in cats.To determine the nucleotide and amino acid sequence of atrial natriuretic peptide (ANP) in cats and its typical regions of cardiac expression.
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Slow troponin T mRNA in striated muscles is expressed in both cell type and developmental stage specific manner.We have cloned cDNA sequences of both rat and mouse slow troponin T gene. These sequences share a high level of homology with each other and with the human slow troponin T gene although we were unable to detect an alternatively spliced exon present at 3' end of human slow troponin T cDNA in either mouse or rat cDNAs. Northern blot analysis detected a high level expression of slow troponin T in adult mouse Soleus with a lower level expression in mixed postnatal skeletal muscles. Unlike late fetal and postnatal skeletal muscles in which slow troponin T expression is restricted to slow muscle fibre rich regions only, in situ hybridisation analysis detected this isoform to be highly expressed in somitic myotome and all muscle masses at 10-14 days of gestation after which its expression was rapidly downregulated. The unexpected expression of slow troponin T mRNA in fetal heart was apparent by both northern blotting and in situ hybridisation analyses. Slow troponin T mRNA in fetal heart was first detected at 10 day in utero reaching maximum levels of expression at 12-15 days gestation. The slow troponin T in the heart was mainly expressed in the ventral ventricles until day 15 after which low level expression was also observed in both atria. Slow troponin T mRNA in both atrium and ventricle was mainly expressed in outer wall of the myocardium although it was also expressed in interventricular septum. This study therefore shows that in addition to being a cell type specific marker during later fetal and postnatal skeletal muscle development, slow troponin T represented one of the major developmental isoforms expressed in embryonic and fetal skeletal muscle as well as in the cardiac muscle.
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Corin, a mosaic transmembrane serine protease encoded by a novel cDNA from human heart.A novel cDNA has been identified from human heart that encodes an unusual mosaic serine protease, designated corin. Corin has a predicted structure of a type II transmembrane protein and contains two frizzled-like cysteine-rich motifs, seven low density lipoprotein receptor repeats, a macrophage scavenger receptor-like domain, and a trypsin-like protease domain in the extracellular region. Northern analysis showed that corin mRNA was highly expressed in the human heart. In mice, corin mRNA was detected by in situ hybridization in the cardiac myocytes of the embryonic heart as early as embryonic day (E) 9.5. By E11.5-13.5, corin mRNA was most abundant in the primary atrial septum and the trabecular ventricular compartment. Expression in the heart was maintained through the adult. In addition, mouse corin mRNA was also detected in the prehypertrophic chrondrocytes in developing bones. By fluorescent in situ hybridization analysis, the human corin gene was mapped to 4p12-13 where a congenital heart disease locus, total anomalous pulmonary venous return, had been previously localized. The unique domain structure and specific embryonic expression pattern suggest that corin may have a function in cell differentiation during development. The chromosomal localization of the human corin gene makes it an attractive candidate gene for total anomalous pulmonary venous return.
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The cardiac expression of striated muscle LIM protein 1 (SLIM1) is restricted to the outflow tract of the developing heart.LIM proteins perform critical roles in development and tissue differentiation. The skeletal muscle LIM protein 1 (SLIM1) comprises four and a half LIM domains. Northern blot analysis demonstrated high level expression of SLIM1 mRNA in adult human skeletal muscle with intermediate expression in adult heart and lower expression in other tissues. Western blot analysis using specific affinity-purified anti-SLIM1 antipeptide antibodies demonstrated a 32 kDa polypeptide in the aorta and atria of rabbit heart, but not in vena cava, interventricular septum or ventricular muscle. SLIM1 was also demonstrated in rabbit skeletal muscle. In situ hybridization of whole mouse embryos confirmed the cardiac expression of SLIM1 was restricted to the cardiac outflow tract from embryonic day 8.5-11. No expression was seen in atrial or ventricular muscle. SLIM1 mRNA was also demonstrated in the hindbrain, neural tube and somites. The localized expression of SLIM1 to the outflow tract of the embryonic heart implies an important role for the protein in the development of this region and possibly in congenital heart anomalies involving the separation and formation of the aortic and pulmonary trunks.
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