ADH4


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ADH4

A gene on chromosome 4q21-24 that encodes a class-II alcohol dehydrogenase 4-pi subunit of the alcohol dehydrogenase family, which metabolise various substrates, including ethanol, retinol, other aliphatic
alcohols, hydroxysteroids and lipid peroxidation products. Class-II alcohol dehydrogenase exhibits a high activity for oxidation of long-chain aliphatic alcohols and aromatic alcohols.
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No Locus Primers 1 SCYOR267C TAC TAA CGT CAA CAC TGC TGC CAA GGA TCT ACT TGC AGT ATA CGG G 2 C5 TGA CAC AAT AGC AAT GGC CTT CA GCA AGC GAC TAG AAC AAC AAT CAC A 3 C11 TTC CAT CAT AAC CGT CGT GGA TT TGC CTT TTT CTT AGA TGG GCT TTC 4 SC8132X CTG CTC AAC TTG TGA TGG GTT TTG G CCT CGT TAC TAT CGT CTT CAT CTT GC 5 ADH1 ATG TCT ATT CCA GAA ACT CAA AA TTA TTT AGA AGT GTC AAC AAC GT 6 ADH3 ATG TTG AGA ACG TCA ACA TTG TTA TTT ACT AGT ATC GAC GAC G 7 ADH4 TTA ATA TTC ATA GGC TTT C ATG TCT TCC GTT ACT GGG TT 8 ADH7 CTA TTT ATG GAA TTT CTT ATC ATG GGG TAG CCA CTC GAC AAA
Among these, variations in and near ADH4 are among the most widely replicated associations with alcohol dependence, in several populations.
6 ADH4 ([pi][pi]) 30 ADH5 ([chi][chi]) >1,000 ADH7 ([sigma][sigma]) 30 [V.
A single SNP located 136 basepairs (bp) upstream of the translational start site of ADH4 results in a two-fold difference in gene expression in vitro (Edenberg et al.
A study of 110 SNPs across all seven ADH genes demonstrated that variations in ADH4 most strongly affected risk for alcoholism in European-American families (Edenberg et al.
For example, ADH4 variants strongly affect alcoholism risk in populations of European descent (Edenberg et al.
In addition, gastric ADH4 (Class IV ADH) activity was 177 percent higher in pregnant female rats compared with nonpregnant cohorts (Badger et al.
3]-ADH (encoded by ADH4 and ADH1B genes, respectively) and CYP2E1 (Bosron et al.
6 40 -2 Val350; [gamma]2[gamma]2) ADH4 ([pi][pi]) 30 20 28.
Giri and colleagues (1989) found ADH3 expressed in rat brain, and Martinez and colleagues (2001) found mRNA for ADH1 and ADH4 in rat brain cells.