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STOM encodes a member of a highly conserved family of integral membrane proteins. Additionally we are shipping Stomatin Antibodies (60) and Stomatin Kits (3) and many more products for this protein.
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Authors took a proteomic approach to identify stomatin, a member of the integral proteins of lipid rafts, as a cellular protein interacting with hepatitis C virus NS5B.
Stomatin protein expression is down-regulated in 80% of non-small cell lung cancer samples.
upregulation of stomatin by hypoxia and dex may enhance the barrier function of alveolar epithelia and mediate the adaptive role of glucocorticoid to hypoxia
Stomatin interacts with GLUT1/SLC2A1 (show SLC2A1 Proteins), band 3/SLC4A1 (show SLC4A1 Proteins), and aquaporin-1 (show AQP1 Proteins) in human erythrocyte membrane domains
[review] Stomatin family member STOM is oligomeric; it localizes mostly to membrane domains and has been shown to modulate ion channel activity.
The study indicates that stomatin, sorcin, and synexin are echinophilic membrane components that mainly locate outside GM1 rafts in the human erythrocyte membrane.
This study demonstrated the existence of alpha-granular lipid rafts and suggests an important role for stomatin in the organization and function of alpha granules.
stomatin is localized to detergent-insoluble domains of neutrophil granule membranes
in stomatocytosis there is no significant abnormality in stomatin gene sequence instead, deficiency of stomatin from red cells appears to be due to a loss of stomatin from these red cells on maturation in the bone marrow and in the circulation.
study of strongly homologous stomatin-like genes in prokaryotes reveals a close connection with a gene coding for a hydrophobic protein with a probable serine protease (show F2 Proteins) motif; stomatin could be a partner protein for a membrane-bound proteolytic process
Regulation of ASIC channels by a stomatin/STOML3 complex located in a mobile vesicle pool in sensory neurons.
Dimerization of stomatin is crucial for the repression of acid-sensing ion channel 3 (ASIC3 (show ACCN3 Proteins)) activity.
These observations suggest that stomatin may play important roles in astrocytes and other cells by interacting with Panx1 (show PANX1 Proteins) carboxyl terminal to limit channel opening.
Provides evidence for a new structural form of stomatin.
stomatin binds to and alters the gating of acid-sensing ion channels
stomatin is required for normal mechanotransduction in a subpopulation of vertebrate sensory neurons
This gene encodes a member of a highly conserved family of integral membrane proteins. The encoded protein localizes to the cell membrane of red blood cells and other cell types, where it may regulate ion channels and transporters. Loss of localization of the encoded protein is associated with hereditary stomatocytosis, a form of hemolytic anemia. There is a pseudogene for this gene on chromosome 6. Alternative splicing results in multiple transcript variants.
erythrocyte band 7 integral membrane protein
, erythrocyte protein band 7.2
, sialyltransferase om
, erythrocyte membrane protein band 7.2 (stomatin)
, erythrocyte surface protein band 7.2
, protein 7.2b
, erythrocyte protein band 7.2; protein 7.2b