IP, WB (-)Host:
Species: Hu, Mu, Rt
Host: Rabbit Polyclonal
Myo18A/Myosin XVIIIA is an unconventional myosin that contains a lysine and glutamine (KE)-rich domain and a PDZ domain. The KE and PDZ domains appear to direct subcellular localization of the Myo18A variants. It is a dimeric actin binding protein that may play a role in the stabilization and organization of the actin cytoskeleton. Recently a cell surface form of Myo18A has been identified as the receptor for surfactant protein A, a lipid-associated lung collectin that mediates innate and adaptive immune responses in the lungs.
|Product By Gene ID
- SP-A receptor subunit SP-R210 alphaS
- myosin containing PDZ domain
- Myosin containing a PDZ domain
- myosin 18A
- Molecule associated with JAK3 N-terminus
- myosin XVIIIA
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