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EC Number
Amino acid exchange
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H285A
site-directed mutagenesis, inactive mutant with wild-type localization pattern, overview. The point mutation only influences SMS2 catalytic activity but not the enzyme topology
H328A
site-directed mutagenesis, inactive mutant with wild-type localization pattern, overview. The point mutation only influences SMS2 catalytic activity but not the enzyme topology
H332A
site-directed mutagenesis, inactive mutant with wild-type localization pattern, overview. The point mutation only influences SMS2 catalytic activity but not the enzyme topology
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construction of an SMS1 interference vector, enzyme silencing by shRNA in Hep-G2 cells leading a downregulation rate of 45% and reduced enzyme activity of 56%; construction of an SMS2 interference vector, enzyme silencing by shRNA in Hep-G2 cells leading to a downregulation rate of 67% and reduced enzyme activity of 63%
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downregulation of SMS in Huh7 cells by expression of siRNA, overview
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downregulation of SMS1 or SMS2 by siRNA oligonucleotides targeting SMS1 or SMS2 in HeLA cells reduces de novo synthesis of sphingomyelin, overview
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endogenous SMS2 expression in HeLa cells is reduced by about 80% after treatment with SMS2 siRNA, but is unaffected after treatment with lamin A or SMS1 siRNAs. Impact of SMS1 and SMS2 depletion on the lipid composition of HeLa cells, overview
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generation of SMS2 KO mice
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knockout of SMS1 in T-cells by transfection of SMS1-short-interfering RNA into Jurkat T cells, impaired TCR signaling through dysfunction of lipid rafts in SMS1-knockdown T cells, overview. CD3-induced tyrosine phosphorylation and association of linker for activation of T cell with ZAP-70 and Grb2 and phosphorylation of protein kinase C are also severely impaired in Jurkat-SMS1/kd cells
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overexpression of SMS1 in Jurkat cells leads to suppression of the production of dihydroceramides and dihydrosphingosine, and ceramide
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