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TREH encodes an enzyme that hydrolyses trehalose, a disaccharide formed from two glucose molecules found mainly in fungi, plants, and insects. Additionally we are shipping TREH Antibodies (32) and TREH Proteins (7) and many more products for this protein.
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The present study holds significance in understanding the structural aspects of Drosophila trehalase in spite of unavailabilty of eukaryotic trehalase crystal structure.
Treh plays a role in neuroepithelial stem cell maintenance and differentiation during Drosophila optic lobe development.
In conclusion, we identified four novel loci (TGFA (show TGFA ELISA Kits), PIK3R1, FGFR3 (show FGFR3 ELISA Kits) and TREH) and confirmed two loci known to be associated with cartilage thickness.The identified associations were not caused by rare exonic variants. This is the first report linking TGFA (show TGFA ELISA Kits) to human Osteoarthritis, which may serve as a new target for future therapies.
results suggest a significant association between the RETL1, TREH, and PHLDB1 genes and GBM development in the Han Chinese population
variants in TREH control trehalase activity, and although one of these variants is also reproducibly associated with T2D, it is likely that the effect of the SNP on risk of T2D occurs by a mechanism different than affecting trehalase activity.
we found three protective alleles for glioma patients, including the allele ''T'' of rs17748 in the TREH gene by recessive model (OR, 0.48; 95% CI, 0.23-1.01; P = 0.05) analysis
These results suggest that TREH acts as a stress-response protein in the kidney rather than involved in utilization of exogenous trehalose.
in mature gut (show GUSB ELISA Kits) of conventional mice, both beta 1,4-galactosyltransferase and trehalase are elevated and insensitive to cartisone acetate
This gene encodes an enzyme that hydrolyses trehalose, a disaccharide formed from two glucose molecules found mainly in fungi, plants, and insects. A partial duplication of this gene is located adjacent to this locus on chromosome 11.
, alpha,alpha-trehalose glucohydrolase