CDH11 canonical mRNA is translated into CDH11 canonical protein isoform

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Homo sapiens
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The canonical CDH11 mRNA encodes the 120 kDa CDH11 protein isoform that is 796 amino acids long and consists of typical cadherin family domains: the extracellular domain, which consists of 5 subdomains (ectodomains EC1-EC5) that harbor putative glycosylation sites, the transmembrane domain (TM), and the cytoplasmic domain (CP) (Okazaki et al. 1994). CDH11 belongs to the type II cadherin family, with the Ca2+-binding HAV (histidine-alanine-valine) motif replaced with the QAV (glutamine-alanine-valine) motif (Kawaguchi et al. 1999).

CDH11 mRNA levels are downregulated by the microRNA miR-451a (Wang et al. 2020) and miR-200c-3p (Van der Goten et al. 2014). The 3'UTR sequence targeted by miR-451a and miR-200c-3p is present in both the canonical splicing isoform and the variant splicing isoform of CDH11.
Literature References
PubMed ID Title Journal Year
8163513 Molecular cloning and characterization of OB-cadherin, a new member of cadherin family expressed in osteoblasts

Okazaki, M, Kikuno, R, Tsujimura, A, Amann, E, Takeshita, S, Kudo, A, Kawai, S

J Biol Chem 1994
10320525 Expression and function of the splice variant of the human cadherin-11 gene in subordination to intact cadherin-11

Machinami, R, Takeshita, S, Kawaguchi, J, Kashima, T, Imai, T, Kudo, A

J Bone Miner Res 1999
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