HSPA5


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HSPA5

A gene on chromosome 9q33.3 that encodes a member of the heat shock 70 (HSP70) family which is localised in the lumen of the endoplasmic reticulum, where it is involved in protein folding and assembly. 

Molecular pathology
HSPA5 is an autoantigen implicated in the pathogenesis of rheumatoid arthritis.
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Moreover, the analysis of drug response genomewide microarray data reveals that high doses of yohimbine can activate BAG6 in stage 1 bladder cancer, while high doses of chlorpromazine can activate HSPA5 and JUN in stage 4 bladder cancer.
The major factors, including downregulated miR12, the aging-related proteins, HSP90B1, CALR, HSPA5, PDIA3, RPN1, and ECT2, the smoking-related proteins, HUWE1, HSPA5, and ECT2, and the epigenetic regulation of ENO1, HSP90B1, CALR, and PDIA3, lead to the progression from normal bladder cells to stage 1 bladder cancer cells through the SUP and ER signaling pathways.
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