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Search Result: 5 gene(s) found matching 'DMD'
Gene Symbol: DMD (Human)Other Aliases: BMD, CMD3B, DXS142, DXS164, DXS206, DXS230, DXS239, DXS268, DXS269, DXS270, DXS272
Refseq IDs: NM_000109, NM_004006, NM_004007, NM_004009, NM_004011, NM_004012, NM_004013, NM_004014, NM_004015, NM_004016, NM_004017, NM_004018, NM_004019, NM_004020, NM_004021, NM_004022, NM_004023, NM_004010
Description: Dystrophin
The dystrophin gene is the largest gene found in nature, measuring 2.4 Mb. The gene was identified through a positional cloning approach, targeted at the isolation of the gene responsible for Duchenne (DMD) and Becker (BMD) Muscular Dystrophies. DMD is a recessive, fatal, X-linked disorder occurring at a frequency of about 1 in 3,500 new-born males. BMD is a milder allelic form. In general, DMD patients carry mutations which cause premature translation termination (nonsense or frame shift mutations), while in BMD patients dystrophin is reduced either in molecular weight (derived from in-frame deletions) or in expression level. The dystrophin gene is highly complex, containing at least eight independent, tissue-specific promoters and two polyA-addition sites. Furthermore, dystrophin RNA is differentially spliced, producing a range of different transcripts, encoding a large set of protein isoforms. Dystrophin (as encoded by the Dp427 transcripts) is a large, rod-like cytoskeletal protein which is found at the inner surface of muscle fibers. Dystrophin is part of the dystrophin-glycoprotein complex (DGC), which bridges the inner cytoskeleton (F-actin) and the extra-cellular matrix.
 RT˛ Profiler™ PCR Array3 products

Gene Symbol: DMD-AS3 (Human)Other Aliases: DMD-AS3
Refseq IDs: ENST00000439592
Description: DMD antisense RNA 3 [Source:HGNC Symbol;Acc:40185]
 RT˛ Profiler™ PCR ArrayInquire

Gene Symbol: UTRN (Human)Other Aliases: DMDL, DRP, DRP1
Refseq IDs: NM_007124, XM_005267127, XM_005267128, XM_005267129, XM_005267130, XM_005267131, XM_005267132, XM_005267133, XM_005267134
Description: Utrophin
This gene shares both structural and functional similarities with the dystrophin gene. It contains an actin-binding N-terminus, a triple coiled-coil repeat central region, and a C-terminus that consists of protein-protein interaction motifs which interact with dystroglycan protein components. The protein encoded by this gene is located at the neuromuscular synapse and myotendinous junctions, where it participates in post-synaptic membrane maintenance and acetylcholine receptor clustering. Mouse studies suggest that this gene may serve as a functional substitute for the dystrophin gene and therefore, may serve as a potential therapeutic alternative to muscular dystrophy which is caused by mutations in the dystrophin gene. Alternative splicing of the utrophin gene has been described; however, the full-length nature of these variants has not yet been determined.
 RT˛ Profiler™ PCR Array2 products

Gene Symbol: SGCG (Human)Other Aliases: A4, DAGA4, DMDA, DMDA1, LGMD2C, MAM, SCARMD2, SCG3, TYPE
Refseq IDs: NM_000231, XM_005266505
Description: Sarcoglycan, gamma (35kDa dystrophin-associated glycoprotein)
Gamma-sarcoglycan is one of several sarcolemmal transmembrane glycoproteins that interact with dystrophin, probably to provide a link between the membrane associated cytoskeleton and the extracellular matrix. Defects in the protein can lead to early onset autosomal recessive muscular dystrophy, in particular limb-girdle muscular dystrophy, type 2C (LGMD2C).
 RT˛ Profiler™ PCR ArrayInquire

Gene Symbol: SGCA (Human)Other Aliases: 50-DAG, A2, ADL, DAG2, DMDA2, LGMD2D, SCARMD1, adhalin
Refseq IDs: NM_000023, NM_001135697, XM_005257574, XR_243679
Description: Sarcoglycan, alpha (50kDa dystrophin-associated glycoprotein)
The dystrophin-glycoprotein complex (DGC) comprises a group of proteins that are critical to the stability of muscle fiber membranes and to the linking of the actin cytoskeleton to the extracellular matrix. Components of the DGC include dystrophin (MIM 300377), which is deficient in Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD; MIM 310200); syntrophins (e.g., MIM 600026); dystroglycans (MIM 128239); and sarcoglycans, such as adhalin, a 50-kD transmembrane protein (Roberds et al., 1993).[supplied by OMIM]
 RT˛ Profiler™ PCR Array1 products