Host: Rabbit Polyclonal
Applications: WB, ELISA, PA
KCNK12 is a gene which codes for a protein that functions as a potassium channel subunit that most likely needs to associate with another protein subunit in order to properly create a potassium channel and consists of 430 amino acids and weighs approximately 47 kDa. Current studies are being done on diseases and disorders relating to this gene including generalized epilepsy, migranes, vitiligo, pancreatitis, and neuronitis. KCNK12 has also been shown to have importance in pathways such as the cholera infection, hepatic ABC transporter, PKA signaling, and sweet taste signaling pathways.
|Product By Gene ID
- tandem pore domain potassium channel THIK-2
- potassium channel subfamily K member 12
- THIK-2THIK2Tandem pore domain halothane-inhibited potassium channel 2
- potassium channel, subfamily K, member 12
PTMs for KCNK12
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Bioinformatics Tool for KCNK12
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