KDM5A

KDM5A

A gene on chromosome 12p11 that encodes lysine-specific demethylase 5A, which is a ubiquitously expressed nuclear protein. It forms a complex with other proteins, binding to retinoblastoma protein and regulating cell proliferation.
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Association of IGF1 and KDM5A polymorphisms with performance, fatness and carcass traits in chickens.
The Salk researchers and their collaborators at McGill University and Albert Einstein College of Medicine describe how the gene KDM5A encodes a protein, JARID1a that serves as an activation switch in the biochemical circuit that maintains our circadian rhythm.
In a report published today in the journal Science, the Salk researchers and their collaborators at McGill University and Albert Einstein College of Medicine describe how the gene KDM5A encodes a protein, JARID1a, that serves as an activation switch in the biochemical circuit that maintains our circadian rhythm.