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TMEM38B encodes an intracellular monovalent cation channel that functions in maintenance of intracellular calcium release. Additionally we are shipping Transmembrane Protein 38B Antibodies (21) and many more products for this protein.
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TMEM38B mutations could lead to a rare form of OI, with an autosomal recessive pattern of inheritance. We identified two novel mutations (c.455-7T>G in intron 3 and c.507G>A in exon 4) in TMEM38B in three Chinese children with OI. The two mutations created a new acceptor splice site (p.R151_G152insVL) and a novel downstream termination codon (p.W169X), respectively
Absence of TMEM38B causes osteogenesis imperfecta (show COL1A2 Proteins) by dysregulation of calcium flux kinetics in the endoplasmic reticulum, impacting multiple collagen-specific chaperones and modifying enzymes.
A deletion mutation in TMEM38B associated with autosomal recessive osteogenesis imperfecta (show COL1A2 Proteins).
TMEM38B is a novel candidate gene for autosomal recessive Osteogenesis imperfecta (show COL1A2 Proteins) (OI). Future studies are needed to explore fully the contribution of this gene to autosomal recessive Osteogenesis imperfecta (show COL1A2 Proteins) (OI) in other populations.
This mini-review focuses on the essential role of TRIC-B channels in bone ossification.
Study found that a simplified, linear, six-state gating model best encompasses the complexity of the subconductance gating behavior of TRIC-B channels
Rapid transitions between TRIC-B sub-conductance states prevented development of reliable gating models.
TRIC-A (show TMEM38A Proteins) and TRIC-B seem to have differential functions in Ca(2 (show CA2 Proteins)+) signaling in excitable and nonexcitable cells.
TRIC (show MARVELD2 Proteins) channels are likely to act as counter-ion channels that function in synchronization with Ca2 (show CA2 Proteins)+ release from intracellular stores
TRIC-B-knockout neonates were cyanotic owing to respiratory failure and died shortly after birth. In mutant neonates, the deflated lungs exhibited severe histological defects, and alveolar type II epithelial cells displayed ultrastructural abnormalities.
This gene encodes an intracellular monovalent cation channel that functions in maintenance of intracellular calcium release. Mutations in this gene may be associated with autosomal recessive osteogenesis.
, trimeric intracellular cation channel type B
, transmembrane protein 38B
, trimeric intracellular cation channel type B-B
, transmembrane protein 38B-B
, trimeric intracellular cation channel type B-like