Expression of EPHA1

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R-HSA-480509
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Homo sapiens
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The EPHA1 gene is transcribed to yield mRNA and the mRNA is translated to yield protein. EPHA1 is expressed most highly in epidermis of skin and is downregulated in nonmelanomal skin cancers (Hafner et al. 2006). EPHA1 is expressed at lower levels in liver, colon, small intestine, bladder, kidney, prostate, and thymus (Hafner et al. 2006). POU5F1 (OCT4), SOX2, and NANOG bind the promoter of the EPHA1 gene and OCT4 (Babaie et al. 2007, Greber et al. 2007, Kunarso et al. 2010), SOX2 (Greber et al. 2007) and NANOG (Greber et al. 2007) enhance transcription. The binding site of POU5F1 is adjacent to the binding site of SOX2 on the promoter of EPHA1 (Boyer et al. 2005). Expression and kinase activity of EPHA1 correlate with maintenance of pluripotency (Son et al. 2013).

Literature References
PubMed ID Title Journal Year
16153702 Core transcriptional regulatory circuitry in human embryonic stem cells

Boyer, LA, Lee, TI, Cole, MF, Johnstone, SE, Levine, SS, Zucker, JP, Guenther, MG, Kumar, RM, Murray, HL, Jenner, RG, Gifford, DK, Melton, DA, Jaenisch, R, Young, RA

Cell 2005
20526341 Transposable elements have rewired the core regulatory network of human embryonic stem cells

Kunarso, G, Chia, NY, Jeyakani, J, Hwang, C, Lu, X, Chan, YS, Ng, HH, Bourque, G

Nat. Genet. 2010
16862074 Expression profile of Eph receptors and ephrin ligands in human skin and downregulation of EphA1 in nonmelanoma skin cancer

Hafner, C, Becker, B, Landthaler, M, Vogt, T

Mod Pathol 2006
17506876 Silencing of core transcription factors in human EC cells highlights the importance of autocrine FGF signaling for self-renewal

Greber, B, Lehrach, H, Adjaye, J

BMC Dev. Biol. 2007
17068183 Analysis of Oct4-dependent transcriptional networks regulating self-renewal and pluripotency in human embryonic stem cells

Babaie, Y, Herwig, R, Greber, B, Brink, TC, Wruck, W, Groth, D, Lehrach, H, Burdon, T, Adjaye, J

Stem Cells 2007
24218367 Comparative receptor tyrosine kinase profiling identifies a novel role for AXL in human stem cell pluripotency

Son, MY, Seol, B, Han, YM, Cho, YS

Hum. Mol. Genet. 2013
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