Applications: WB, ELISA, PA
SERHL is located on human chromosome 22q13 (2) encoded by 5 exons and most likely have splice variants. This protein is a cytoplasic protein that is concentrated in perinuclear vesicvles and based on sequence similarity may be associated with peoxisomes. SERHL1 and SERHL2 are believed to play an important role in skeletal muscle development and peroxisome function in response to mechanical stimuli. Both SERHL1 and SERHL2 are ubiquitously present, high expression is noted in kidney, skeletal muscle and large intestine. Endogenous expression of SERHL 1 is localized to perinuclear vesicles (1). The SERHL-1-selective antibodies were generated in rabbits against unique N, mid-region and C-terminal peptides that are unique to SERHL1 protein.
|Product By Gene ID
- serine hydrolase-like
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