The sodium iodide symporter
(NIS) as an imaging reporter for gene, viral, and cell-based therapies.
Hwang et al., "Dual reporter gene imaging for tracking macrophage migration using the human sodium iodide symporter
and an enhanced firefly luciferase in a murine inflammation model," Molecular Imaging and Biology, vol.
It has been suggested that metals could form metalphosphate complexes that might be transported out of the cell by [H.sup.+]-phosphate symporters
Transfected MSCs with sodium iodide symporter
and CCL5/RANTES treated mice showed a significant delay in tumor growth after intrasplenic injection of the colon cancer cell line LS174t .
A recent study described the feasibility of imaging human Na/I symporter
(NIS) expression in two mouse models of muscular dystrophy and vascular disease by bioluminescence and PET imaging .
It detects metastasis due to the uptake of I-131 by malignant cells that express sodium iodine symporter
Furosemide acts on the ascending limb of the loop of Henle to inhibit Na-K-Cl symporter
resulting in low potassium levels .
Figure S1: palmitic acid time-dependently downregulates the protein levels of thyroglobulin (Tg), sodium iodide symporter
(NIS), and thyroperoxidase (TPO).
The promoter of the human sodium/iodide symporter
responds to certain phthalate plasticizers.
The ability of the thyroid tissue to take up [.sup.131]I depends on a transport mechanism, namely, sodium iodine symporter
Development of a screening approach to detect thyroid disrupting chemicals that inhibit the human sodium iodide symporter
Induction of sucrose-H+ symporter
gene (SUC2) in citrus plants infected with Las has not been previously reported.