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TPK1 encodes a protein, that exists as a homodimer, which catalyzes the conversion of thiamine to thiamine pyrophosphate. Additionally we are shipping TPK1 Antibodies (48) and TPK1 Proteins (22) and many more products for this protein.
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TPK was the 29-kDa monomeric protein, with the optimal activity at pH 9.0, the K(m) values of 12.4microM and 4.7mM for thiamine and ATP, respectively, and the V(max) value of 360pmol TDPmin(-1)mg(-1) protein
stress response, and/or fecundity of isp-1(qm150) Mit mutants relative to wild-type animals
any disease mutants are directly or indirectly involved in thiamine binding. Thus, our study provided a novel rationale for thiamine supplementation, so far the major therapeutic intervention in TPK deficiency.
These findings demonstrate that the genes involved in dictating thiamine homeostasis, such as SLC19A2, SLC25A19 and TPK-1, were significantly up-regulated in clinical tissues and breast cancer cell lines.
Mutation analysis of TPK1 uncovered three missense, one splice-site, and one frameshift mutation resulting in decreased TPK protein levels
findings indicate the importance of the Sp1 transcription factor cis-element in regulating the human thiamin pyrophosphokinase gene (hTPK1) gene expression
Genomic variations in either the fetal or maternal TPK1 gene could contribute to variability of birth weight in normal humans.
This is the first report on the primary sequence for mammalian thiamin pyrophosphokinase, a protein that catalyzes the pyrophosphorylation of thiamin with adenosine 5'-triphosphate to form thiamin pyrophosphate.
Three-dimensional structure of thiamine pyrophosphokinase crystallized from an equilibrium substrate/product mixture shows clear electron density for pyrithiamine pyrophosphate bound in the enzyme active site.
This gene encodes a protein, that exists as a homodimer, which catalyzes the conversion of thiamine to thiamine pyrophosphate. Alternate transcriptional splice variants, encoding different isoforms, have been characterized.
thiamin pyrophosphokinase 1
, hypothetical protein
, thiaminepyrophosphokinase 1
, placental protein 20
, thiamine diphosphokinase
, thiamine kinase
, thiamine pyrophosphokinase
, thiamine pyrophosphokinase 1