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We are now studying the molecular machinery controlling hepcidin production in neuronal cells and the connection with Pank2 and CoA metabolism. Preliminary data obtained in a cellular model show that C19orf12 downregulation induces a similar phenotype thus suggesting a possible functional interaction between the two proteins. To further investigate the physiological role of Pank2 and C19orf12 we started their analysis in Danio rerio. The homologues of both genes have been identified and their expression analysis in different tissues and developmental stages is under way.
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