Species: Hu, Mu, Ca
Applications: WB, ICC/IF
Host: Mouse monoclonal
Rab24 is a major contributor to cellular homeostasis is the ability of the cell to strike a balance between the formation and degradation/removal of its cellular components. This process of internal cellular turn-over is called autophagy (self-eating), and is facilitated by a pathway of around 16 interacting proteins in the human. The GTPase Rab24 is thought to be involved in the regulation of vesicular transport associated with autophagy.
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