CDH13

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CDH13

A gene on chromosome 16q23.3 that encodes a cadherin which lacks the cytoplasmic domain characteristic of other cadherins, and thus is not thought to be a cell–cell adhesion glycoprotein. CDH13 downregulates axon growth during neural differentiation, protects vascular endothelial cells from apoptosis due to oxidative stress, and is associated with resistance to atherosclerosis.

Molecular pathology
CDH13 is hypermethylated in many cancers.
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Tumor-specific downregulation and methylation of the CDH13 (H-cadherin) and CDH1 (E-cadherin) genes correlate with aggressiveness of human pituitary adenomas.
All CDH genes (n = 27) screened in this study include CDH1 (E-cadherin), CDH2 (N-cadherin), CDH3 (P-cadherin), CDH4 (R-cadherin), CDH5 (VE-cadherin), CDH6 (K-cadherin), CDH7 (cadherin 7), CDH8 (cadherin 8), CDH9 (T1-cadherin), CDH10 (T2-cadherin), CDH11 (OB-cadherin), CDH12 (N-cadherin 2), CDH13 (H-cadherin), CDH15 (M-cadherin), CDH16 (KSP-cadherin), CDH17 (LI-cadherin), CDH18 (cadherin 18), CDH20 (cadherin 20), PCDHGA12 (CDH21), CDH22 CDH23 CDH24 DCHS1 (CDH19, or CDH25), CDH26 DCHS2 (CDH27), CDHR3 (CDH28), and CDHR4 (CDH29).
Yoshimoto et al., "Tumor-specific down-regulation and methylation of the CDH13 (H-cadherin) and CDH1 (E-cadherin) genes correlate with aggressiveness of human pituitary adenomas," Modern Pathology, vol.