Expression of Adiponectin

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R-HSA-1183058
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Homo sapiens
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C/EBPbeta (CEBPB) binds the promoter of the Adiponectin gene and activates transcription.

The PPARG:RXRA heterodimer activated by a thiazolidinedione agonist binds the promoter of the Adiponectin gene and activates transcription.

The Adiponectin gene is transcribed to yield mRNA and the mRNA is translated to yield protein. Expression of Adiponectin is upregulated during adipogenesis by C/EBPalpha (CEBPA), PPARG, and CEBPB (Segawa et al. 2009, Qiao et al. 2005, Iwaki et al. 2003, Kita et al. 2005).

C/EBPalpha (CEBPA) binds the promoter of the Adiponectin gene and activates transcription.

Literature References
PubMed ID Title Journal Year
18931025 Identification of a novel distal enhancer in human adiponectin gene

Matsuda, M, Komuro, R, Fukuhara, A, Okuno, Y, Morita, K, Segawa, K, Shimomura, I

J Endocrinol 2009
15850785 Identification of the promoter region required for human adiponectin gene transcription: Association with CCAAT/enhancer binding protein-beta and tumor necrosis factor-alpha

Kuwahara, H, Kawasaki, E, Fukushima, T, Takahashi, R, Fukushima, K, Eguchi, K, Uotani, S, Moriuchi, A, Kita, A, Kobayashi, M, Abiru, N, Yamasaki, H

Biochem Biophys Res Commun 2005
15919796 C/EBPalpha regulates human adiponectin gene transcription through an intronic enhancer

Pagliassotti, M, Schaack, J, Friedman, JE, Darimont, C, Qiao, L, Shao, J, Orlicky, DJ, Maclean, PS

Diabetes 2005
12829629 Induction of adiponectin, a fat-derived antidiabetic and antiatherogenic factor, by nuclear receptors

Matsuda, M, Matsuzawa, Y, Iwaki, M, Makishima, M, Shimomura, I, Funahashi, T, Maeda, N

Diabetes 2003
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