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rare variants in MST1R in pNTMPEX/scoliosis patients could contribute to Lady Windermere syndrome by decreasing airway ciliary function and reducing IFN-gamma production in response to pulmonary nontuberculous mycobacterial disease
the cis-regulatory landscape that determines alternative splicing of exon 11 in the proto-oncogene MST1R (RON), was examined.
this study demonstrates the functional significance of RON during prostate cancer progression and provides a strong rationale for targeting RON signaling in prostate cancer as a means to limit resistance to androgen deprivation therapy.
Study conclude that the splice variants of RON lacking exon 11 and exons 11-13 were detected in several lung cancer cell lines. Novel variant formed by skipping exons 11-13, the sequence of which code for transmembrane region, is predicted to code for a truncated isoform that may be secreted out.
RONDelta165E2 variant promoted tumor progression while activating the PI3K/AKT pathway via PTEN phosphorylation in colorectal carcinoma.
These findings indicate that RON and c-Met facilitate metastasis through ERK1/2 signaling and that targeting RON and c-Met with foretinib may be an attractive therapeutic option for suppressing Prostate cancer metastasis
Forkhead box C1 protein (FOXC1) promotes melanoma cell function by regulating macrophage stimulating 1 receptor (MST1R) and activating MST1R/PI3K/AKT pathway.
RON has a role in cancer-induced bone destruction and osteoporosis
RON isoforms may comprise half of total RON transcript in human pancreatic cancer and their expression is regulated at least in part by promoter hypermethylation.
High RON expression is associated with castration resistant prostate cancer.
hnRNP A1 directly binds to the 5' untranslated region of the RON mRNA and activates its translation through G-quadruplex RNA secondary structures
Findings indicate a role of the RON tyrosine kinase receptor in pancreatic cancer and suggest RON as a potential therapeutic target.
High expression of RON is associated with drug resistance in bladder cancer.
complete loss of one or both MET and RON, as well as their overexpression, is a poor prognostic factor in patients with extrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma, probably due to the high rate of lymph-node metastasis
Study identified four novel uniquely spliced RON transcripts in small cell lung carcinoma (SCLC) and Non-SCLC cell lines.
the MST1R variant c.G917A:p.R306H is highly associated with nasopharyngeal carcinoma (odds ratio of 9.0).
Results show that under hypoxia, nuclear RON activates non-homologous end joining DNA repair by interacting with Ku70 and DNA-PKcs and confers chemoresistance.
Aberrant glycosylation of the RON receptor was shown as an alternative mechanism of oncogenic activation.
Data demonstrated upregulated RON isoform expression and significant changes in splicing factor expression in primary ovarian cancer suggesting a regulatory interplay of splicing factor and RON alternative splicing pattern in ovarian cancer.
Activation of RON as an alternate mechanism in the development of CRPC.
this study shows that Ron is expressed in a subpopulation of macrophages during chronic inflammation induced by obesity that exhibit a repair phenotype as determined by the expression of arginase 1
Report Ron receptor-dependent gene regulation of inflammatory/anti-inflammatory gene expression in Kupffer cells during endotoxemia.
Ron knockdown further sensitized breast cancer cells to the growth inhibitory effects of vitamin D3, while constitutive activation of beta-catenin reverted the effects of vitamin D3.
Studies demonstrate that DEK overexpression, due in part to Ron receptor activation, drives breast cancer progression through the induction of Wnt/beta-catenin signaling.
A previously unknown function for the Ron receptor in mediating High Fat Diet-induced obesity and metabolic dysregulation.
important functional roles for Ron in inflammatory bowel diseases by regulating healing of the colonic epithelium and by controlling cytokine secretion
DC-STAMP, Siglec-15, Tspan7 and Mst1r expression was downregulated by docosahexaenoic acid, but not eicosapentaenoic acid during osteoclastogenesis in vitro.
Stem cell-derived tyrosine kinase plays a role in regulating macrophage recruitment and activation in the liver following acetaminophen administration and in hepatotoxicity.
studies show a critical role for the Ron receptor in the tumor microenvironment, whereby Ron loss in tumor-associated macrophages inhibits prostate cancer cell growth, at least in part, by derepressing the activity of CD8(+) T cells
Identify a novel signaling mechanism by which the Ron receptor regulates acute liver failure progression.
HGF/c-Met plays a crucial role in host and donor cells of the liver for the cursiv selection of transplanted hepatocytes.
Data suggest an important role for beta-catenin downstream of Ron receptor signaling during the development of mammary tumorigenesis.
loss of ERalpha on a Ron overexpressing background in mice leads to the development of breast tumors
The Ron receptor promotes prostate tumor growth in the TRAMP mouse model.
Ron overexpression led to the development of prostate intraepithelial neoplasia (mPIN) with local invasion and was associated with increases in prostate cell proliferation and decreases in cell death.
Ron induces Arg1 expression in macrophages through a previously uncharacterized AP-1 site in the Arg1 promoter
we show that genetic ablation of beta-catenin in Ron-expressing breast cancer cells decreases cellular proliferation in vitro, as well as mammary tumor growth and metastasis
Inhibition of TLR4-induced IkappaB kinase activity by the RON receptor tyrosine kinase and its ligand, macrophage-stimulating protein.
Ron impacts the progression of inflammatory immune responses in vivo and further support a role for the Ron receptor and its various forms in liver pathophysiology.
This gene encodes a cell surface receptor for macrophage-stimulating protein (MSP) with tyrosine kinase activity. The mature form of this protein is a heterodimer of disulfide-linked alpha and beta subunits, generated by proteolytic cleavage of a single-chain precursor. The beta subunit undergoes tyrosine phosphorylation upon stimulation by MSP. This protein is expressed on the ciliated epithelia of the mucociliary transport apparatus of the lung, and together with MSP, thought to be involved in host defense. Alternatively spliced transcript variants encoding different isoforms with different structural and biochemical properties have been described (PMID:8816464).
, MST1R variant RON30
, MST1R variant RON62
, PTK8 protein tyrosine kinase 8
, RON variant 21
, RON variant E2E3
, c-met-related tyrosine kinase
, macrophage-stimulating protein receptor
, soluble RON variant 1
, soluble RON variant 2
, soluble RON variant 3
, soluble RON variant 4
, friend virus susceptibility 2
, macrophage-stimulating protein receptor precursor (MSP receptor) (p185-Ron) (Stem cell-derived tyrosine kinase)
, receptor protein tyrosine kinase, c-met-related
, stem cell-derived tyrosine kinase
, protein tyrosine kinase 8
, tyrosine kinase receptor ron