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The FLNC gene encodes a filamin-c protein (muscle specific) that in isoform 1 is 2,725 amino acids long, 291 kDA and in isoform 2 is 2,692 amino acids long at 287 kDA. The protein is thought to be critical in large actin-cross-linking protein, especially in reorganizing the actin cytoskeleton after reacting to signaling events. FLNC is essential for normal myogenesis and for regulating the structural integrity of muscle fibers. FLNC is active in the SMAD signaling network, ILK signaling, cytoskeletal signaling, MAPK signaling pathway, focal adhesion, and cell to cell communication. Defects in this gene cause myopathy myofibrillar type 5 as well as myopathy distal type 4. FLNC has also been linked to cystic fibrosis, gastric cancer, muscular dystrophy, bronchiectasis, paget's disease of the bone, myofribrillar myopathy, xanthomatosis, asthma, aspergillosis, and limb-girdle muscular dystrophy.
|Product By Gene ID
- filamin C, gamma (actin binding protein 280)
- ABP-280-like protein
- Actin-binding-like protein
- filamin 2
- FLN2actin binding protein 280
- ABPLABP-L, gamma filamin
- filamin C, gamma
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