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The protein encoded by GLTP is similar to bovine and porcine proteins which accelerate transfer of certain glycosphingolipids and glyceroglycolipids between membranes. Additionally we are shipping GLTP Kits (33) and GLTP Antibodies (18) and many more products for this protein.
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GLTP was specifically labeled by either XLA (show BTK Proteins) or XLB GlcCer cross-linker during this process, together with a (the same) small subset of microsomal proteins. These cross-linkers will serve to probe physiologically relevant GlcCer-interacting cellular proteins
GLTP not only could be a significant player in cellular sphingolipid metabolism, but also could have a much broader role in the overall lipid metabolism.
GLTP mediates non-vesicular transport of ganglioside GM1 between native membranes
Comprehensive analysis of the dimerization interfaces discloses -helices 6 and 2 and the protein C (show PROC Proteins)-terminus (C-end) as three specific structural elements that are simultaneously involved in dimer formation and ligand binding by GLTP.
findings represent the first known phenotypic changes triggered by GLTP overexpression and regulated by direct interaction with a p120-catenin (show CTNND1 Proteins) protein family member
This study represents the first characterization of any Gltp gene promoter and links human GLTP expression to sphingolipid homeostasis through ceramide
remarkable versatility for Trp (show TBPL1 Proteins), providing three distinct intramolecular functions in the novel amphitropic GLTP fold
First insights into human GLTP structural dynamics by fluorescence spectroscopy, including global conformational changes that accompany GLTP folding into an active conformational state.
crystal structures of apo (show C9orf3 Proteins)-GLTP (1.65 A resolution) and lactosylceramide-bound (1.95 A) GLTP, in which the bound glycosphingolipid is sandwiched, after adaptive recognition, within a previously unknown two-layer all-alpha-helical topology
The rate-limiting step for glycolipid transfer protein (GLTP) action appears to be the surface processes leading to the GLTP-glycosphingolipid complex formation and release associated with a shuttle/carrier mode of action.
three different X-ray structures of bovine GLTP at 1.4 angstroms, 1.6 angstroms and 1.8 angstroms resolution, all with a bound fatty acid or glycolipid, were solved.
The protein encoded by this gene is similar to bovine and porcine proteins which accelerate transfer of certain glycosphingolipids and glyceroglycolipids between membranes. It is thought to be a cytoplasmic protein.
glycolipid transfer protein
, Glycolipid transfer protein
, truncated glycolipid transfer protein
, glycolipid transfer protein (gltp)
, Glycolipid transfer protein-A
, glycolipid transfer protein A