PIEZO1 Products

PIEZO1 Antibody (2-10)
PIEZO1 Antibody (2-10)
Species: Hu, Mu
Applications: WB, ICC/IF, IHC, IHC-P
Host: Mouse Monoclonal
PIEZO1 Blocking Peptide
PIEZO1 Blocking Peptide
Species: Hu
PIEZO1 Blocking Peptide
PIEZO1 Blocking Peptide
Species: Hu
PIEZO1 Recombinant Protein An ...
PIEZO1 Recombinant Protein Antigen
Species: Hu
Applications: AC


PIEZO1 (piezo-type mechanosensitive ion channel component 1) plays a crucial role in epithelial cell adhesion. PIEZO1 belongs to the PIEZO family of transmembrane proteins. Mutations in Piezo1 have been tied to Xerocytosis. PIEZO1 has been studied in relation to neuronitis, Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease.


Entrez Human
Uniprot Human
Product By Gene ID 9780
Alternate Names
  • FAM38A
  • membrane protein induced by beta-amyloid treatment
  • Mib
  • member A
  • piezo-type mechanosensitive ion channel component 1

Pathways for PIEZO1

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Cell Adhesion
Cell Division
Cell Migration
Cell Death
Integrin Activation
Cell-matrix Adhesion
Rna Interference

Research Areas for PIEZO1

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Alzheimers Research

Bioinformatics Tool for PIEZO1

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Related PIEZO1 Blog Posts

Check out the latest blog posts on PIEZO1.
Touch Infographic: From Touch Receptors to the Brain
The body contains thousands of receptors and nerves which allow us to experience the sense of touch, also referred to as tactile perception. The somatosensory system allows organisms to perceive and decode a wide range of tactile stimuli to allow for...    Read more.
PIEZO1: A Mechanosensitive Ion Channel Protein
PIEZO1, and its close homologue PIEZO2, are mechanosensitive ion channel proteins. Mechanosensitive ion channels couple protein conformation to the mechanics of the surrounding membrane, and switch between a closed state and an open state in response...    Read more.
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