ⓘ MCC (gene)

                                     

ⓘ MCC (gene)

Colorectal mutant cancer protein is a protein that in humans is encoded by the MCC gene.

This gene is a candidate colorectal tumor suppressor gene which is believed to negatively regulate progression of the cell cycle. Orthologous gene in the mouse expresses phosphoprotein associated with the plasma membrane and membrane organelles, and expression of the mouse protein inhibits entry into S phase. Several variants of transcripts encoding different isoforms have been found for this gene.

                                     
  • MCC may refer to: McClellan Airfield IATA code MCC in Sacramento, California Multi Crew Coordination, allowance to fly in a multi - pilot aircraft Castellania
  • Human MCC is a biotin dependent mitochondrial enzyme formed by the two subunits MCCCα and MCCCβ, encoded by MCCC1 and MCCC2 respectively. MCCC1 gene has
  • mitochondrial mass in response to mitochondrial dysfunctions. Mutations in the MCCS gene cause Microphthalmia with linear skin defects MLS syndrome, also known
  • NASA s Christopher C. Kraft Jr. Mission Control Center MCC - H, initially called Integrated Mission Control Center, or IMCC also known by its radio callsign
  • affected males. It can be associated with HCCS, but mutations in the MCCS gene cause microphthalmia with Linear Skin Defects Syndrome. List of cutaneous
  • genetics, MCC emphasizes the integration of molecular and cellular explanations of behavior, instead of focusing on the connections between genes and behavior
  • Moriuchi T Apr 2001 Interaction of MCC 2, a novel homologue of MCC tumor suppressor, with PDZ - domain Protein AIE - 75 Gene 267 1 101 10. doi: 10
  • Gene Cross born December 20, 1971 is a former American professional basketball coach, currently serving as a Director of Amateur Scouting for the Sacramento
  • October 2008. NASA 2006 STS - 121 MCC Status Report No. 09 NASA. Retrieved 21 October 2008. NASA 2006 STS - 121 MCC Status Report 13 NASA. Retrieved
  • E2F4 5 - target genes during multiciliogenesis, including CCNO, which is necessary for the generation of multiple motile cilia. The airways are lined by MCCs that