Lactase (LCT) ELISA Kits

catalyzes the hydrolysis of pyridoxine-5'-beta-D-glucoside to release pyridoxine\; also catalyses the hydrolysis of lactose to D-glucose and D-galactose [RGD, Feb 2006].. Additionally we are shipping Lactase Antibodies (11) and Lactase Proteins (5) and many more products for this protein.

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LCT 3938 P09848
LCT 116569  
Anti-Mouse LCT LCT 226413  
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Human 8.59 pg/mL 34.38-2200 pg/mL   96 Tests 15 to 18 Days
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Rat 0.039 ng/mL 0.156-10 ng/mL   96 Tests 15 to 18 Days
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Human 0.05 ng/mL 0.156 ng/mL - 10 ng/mL   96 Tests 15 to 17 Days
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Human Lactase (LCT) interaction partners

  1. The lactase persistence frequency distribution ranged from 0 to 29.9% in the seven Iranian ethnic groups with an average value of 9.8%. The variants, - 13910*T and - 22018*A, were significantly associated with lactase persistence phenotype in Iranians.

  2. The LCT-13910C>T polymorphism shows complete correlation with the lactase persistence/non-persistence phenotype

  3. Depressed individuals with primary adult-type lactose malabsorption (PALM) were found with significantly higher HCY and lower FA levels compared to non-depressed individuals with PALM, however, this association was absent in the subgroup of lactase persistent individuals. These findings suggest an association between increased HCY levels, lactose malabsorption and depression.

  4. Genetically, we found no associations between the lactase persistent LCT-13910 C/T genotype and all-cause or cause-specific mortality; per T-allele OR (95% CI) for all-cause mortality was 1.02 (0.97-1.06). Our study did not provide strong evidence of observational or genetic associations between milk intake and all-cause or cause-specific mortality.

  5. Did not find any observational or genetic association between milk intake and acne using the lactase persistent/non-persistent LCT-13910 C/T genotype in a Mendelian randomization design.

  6. Large-scale studies with different ethnic populations will be needed to further investigate the possible race-specific effect of LCT 13910 C/T polymorphism on bone mineral density and fracture risk

  7. Novel genetic variants have been identified in the mutational hotspot region 14 kb upstream of the lactase gene in a rural Mexican population.

  8. In the Portuguese sample of young adults, the lactase -13910C>T polymorphism revealed significant associations with the obesity-related anthropometric variables body mass index, fat mass and weight, and previously observed associations with the obesity risk were also confirmed.

  9. Lactase Persistence in Humans and its evolution is reviewed.

  10. In Caucasians, the CC genotype that predicts lactose intolerance is associated with a lower plasma 25(OH)D concentration, which is attributable at least in part to a lower intake of dairy, particularly skim milk. Increased risk of suboptimal concentrations of vitamin D was also observed among those with the CT genotype, suggesting an intermediate effect of the heterozygous genotype.

  11. Three allelic variants alter promoter function and upregulate LCT gene expression.

  12. Genetic factors contribute to epigenetic changes occurring with age at the regulatory elements, because lactase-persistence and lactase-nonpersistence DNA haplotypes demonstrated markedly different epigenetic aging.

  13. Combination of real-time PCR and sequencing was used to detect multiple clinically relevant genetic variations in the lactase gene in Danish patients with lactose intolerance.

  14. The frequency of -13910*T was significantly higher among the Mennonites when compared to the Euro-Brazilian cohort. Accordingly, Mennonites had a higher prevalence of the lactase persistence genotype

  15. Populations from two medieval sites in Central Poland, Stary Brzesc Kujawski-4 (SBK-4) and Gruczno, represented high level of lactase persistence (LP) as followed by the LCT-13910*T allele's presence (0.86 and 0.82, respectively).

  16. In conclusion, our data indicate that identification of a -13910C/C genotype is likely to predict the presence of lactase nonpersistence, in keeping with prior published studies.

  17. Diversity of lactase persistence in African milk drinkers.

  18. Evidence of selection around the LCT gene among Khoe-speaking groups, and the substantial frequency of the 14010C variant among the Nama is best explained by adaptation to digesting milk.

  19. Report reliabile of the single nucleotide polymorphism of lactase persistence LPH(-13910) C/T from saliva derived DNA.

  20. Genotypes of neolithic human remains indicate that natural selection models satisfy the observed increase in allele frequency in lactase persistence.

Mouse (Murine) Lactase (LCT) interaction partners

  1. Epigenetic signatures at enhancer and promoter elements aligns with transcriptional variation of Lct in enterocytes.

  2. Genetic factors contribute to epigenetic changes occurring with age at the regulatory elements, because lactase-persistence and lactase-nonpersistence DNA haplotypes demonstrated markedly different epigenetic aging.

  3. Lactase gene promoter fragments mediate differential spatial and temporal expression patterns in transgenic mice.

  4. Inactivation of Gata4 had no effect on LPH gene expression, whereas inactivation of Hnf1alpha resulted in a 50% reduction in LPH gene expression during either cytodifferentiation or suckling.

  5. Data found transport defects of the intestinal brush border hydrolases lactase-phlorizin hydrolase (LPH) in galectin-3-null mutant mice, showing that it directly interact with galectin-3 and transit through non-raft-dependent apical transport platforms.

Lactase (LCT) Antigen Profile

Antigen Summary

catalyzes the hydrolysis of pyridoxine-5'-beta-D-glucoside to release pyridoxine\; also catalyses the hydrolysis of lactose to D-glucose and D-galactose

Gene names and symbols associated with Lactase (LCT) ELISA Kits

  • lactase (LCT) antibody
  • lactase (Lct) antibody
  • lactase, gene 1 L homeolog (lct.1.L) antibody
  • lactase, gene 2 L homeolog (lct.2.L) antibody
  • lactase, gene 2 (lct.2) antibody
  • lactase phlorizin hydrolase (LPH) antibody
  • GLH1 antibody
  • Gm100 antibody
  • lac antibody
  • lactase antibody
  • lct antibody
  • lph antibody
  • lph1 antibody
  • Lphl antibody
  • PNGH antibody

Protein level used designations for Lactase (LCT) ELISA Kits

lactase-glycosylceramidase , lactase-phlorizin hydrolase , lactase-phlorizin hydrolase-1 , lactase , lactase phlorizin hydrolase , pyridoxine-5'-beta-D-glucoside hydrolase , GLH2 , lactase, gene 2

GENE ID SPECIES
3938 Homo sapiens
116569 Rattus norvegicus
226413 Mus musculus
407244 Sus scrofa
424294 Gallus gallus
514332 Bos taurus
100127248 Xenopus laevis
100127291 Xenopus laevis
100145766 Xenopus (Silurana) tropicalis
100009256 Oryctolagus cuniculus
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