GPR135

GPR135

A gene on chromosome 14q23.1 that encodes an orphan G protein-coupled receptor.
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In addition, Omeros has unlocked GPR20, GPR45, GPR135, GPR141, GPR162, GPR182, MRGF and OPN5, which are expressed preferentially in the gastrointestinal tract (GPR20), brain (GPR45, GPR135, GPR162 and OPN5), dorsal root ganglia (MRGF), bone marrow, spleen, skin and lung (GPR141) and throughout the body (GPR182).
In addition, Omeros has unlocked GPR20, GPR45, GPR135, GPR162, MRGF and OPN5, which have not yet been definitively tied to any specific indications but are expressed preferentially in the gastrointestinal tract (GPR20), brain (GPR45, GPR135 and GPR162) and eye, brain, testes, spinal cord (OPN5) and dorsal root ganglia (MRGF).
These 23 orphans - CCRL2, GPR17, GPR19, GPR20, GPR21, GPR25, GPR31, GPR32, GPR50, GPR52, GPR80, GPR83, GPR135, GPR141, GPR150, GPR151, GPR153, GPR183 LGR4, LGR6, MAS1, OGR1 and OPN5 - are linked to a series of important indications, including melanoma, ovarian and prostate cancer, hepatocellular carcinoma, multiple sclerosis, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, memory and emotion control, cognition, suspended animation, arterial stiffness, acute inflammatory responses, humoral immunity, bone disorders and wound repair.
In addition, Omeros has unlocked GPR20, GPR135, GPR150 and OPN5, which have not yet been tied to any indications but are expressed preferentially in the gastrointestinal tract (GPR20), brain (GPR135) and eye, brain, testes and spinal cord (OPN5).
These 19 orphans - CCRL2, GPR17, GPR19, GPR20, GPR21, GPR25, GPR31, GPR32, GPR50, GPR52, GPR80, GPR135, GPR141, GPR153, LGR4, LGR6, MAS1, OGR1 and OPN5 - are linked to a series of important indications, including melanoma, ovarian and prostate cancer, hepatocellular carcinoma, multiple sclerosis, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, suspended animation, arterial stiffness, acute inflammatory responses, bone disorders and wound repair.
In addition, Omeros has unlocked GPR20, GPR135 and OPN5, which have not yet been tied to any indications but are expressed preferentially in the gastrointestinal tract (GPR20), brain (GPR135) and eye, brain, testes and spinal cord (OPN5).
In addition, Omeros has unlocked GPR20 and GPR135, which have not yet been tied to any indications but are expressed preferentially in the gastrointestinal tract and brain, respectively.
10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --Omeros Corporation (NASDAQ: OMER) today reported that it has identified compounds that interact selectively with each of GPR25, GPR32, GPR80, GPR135 and MAS1, bringing the total number of orphan G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) unlocked by Omeros to 23, representing 30 percent of the Class A orphan GPCRs.
No potential indications have yet been linked to GPR135, although it is expressed throughout the body and widely, and preferentially, in the brain.
In addition, Omeros has unlocked GPR 20 and GPR135, which have not yet been tied to any indications but are expressed preferentially in the gastrointestinal tract and brain, respectively.