SYNE1 Products

Antibodies
SYNE1 Antibody
SYNE1 Antibody
NBP1-89349
Species: Hu
Applications: ICC/IF, IHC, IHC-P
Host: Rabbit Polyclonal
SYNE1 Antibody (6A)
SYNE1 Antibody (6A)
NBP2-22477
Species: Rt
Applications: WB
Host: Mouse Monoclonal
SYNE1 Antibody (4C3)
SYNE1 Antibody (4C3)
H00023345-M01
Species: Hu
Applications: WB, ELISA
Host: Mouse Monoclonal
Proteins
SYNE1 Partial Recombinant Pro ...
SYNE1 Partial Recombinant Protein
H00023345-Q01
Species: Hu
Applications: WB, ELISA, PA
SYNE1 Recombinant Protein Ant ...
SYNE1 Recombinant Protein Antigen
NBP1-89349PEP
Species: Hu
Applications: AC
RNAi
SYNE1 RNAi
SYNE1 RNAi
H00023345-R01
Species: Hu
SYNE1 RNAi
SYNE1 RNAi
H00023345-R03
Species: Hu
SYNE1 RNAi
SYNE1 RNAi
H00023345-R04
Species: Hu

Description

There are two genes encoding members of a new family of type II integral membrane proteins. Both are ubiquitously expressed, and tissue-specific alternative mRNA initiation and splicing generate at least two major isoforms of each protein, with the smaller isoforms being truncated at the N-terminus.These proteins are called Nesprin l and 2 for nuclear envelope spectrin repeat, as they are characterized by the presence of multiple, clustered spectrin repeats, bipartite nuclear localization sequences and a conserved C-terminal, single transmembrane domain. Transient transfection of EGFP-fusion expression constructs demonstrated their localization to the nuclear membrane with a novel C-terminal, TM domain-containing sequence essential for perinuclear localization. Nesprin l is developmentally regulated in both smooth and skeletal muscle and is relocalized from the nuclear envelope to the nucleus and cytoplasm during C2Cl2 myoblast differentiation. Nesprins may function as "dystrophins of the nucleus" to maintain nuclear organization and structural integrity. There are two genes encoding members of a new family of type II integral membrane proteins. Both are ubiquitously expressed, and tissue-specific alternative mRNA initiation and splicing generate at least two major isoforms of each protein, with the smaller isoforms being truncated at the N-terminus. These proteins are called Nesprin l and 2 for nuclear envelope spectrin repeat, as they are characterized by the presence of multiple, clustered spectrin repeats, bipartite nuclear localization sequences and a conserved C-terminal, single transmembrane domain. Transient transfection of EGFP-fusion expression constructs demonstrated their localization to the nuclear membrane with a novel C-terminal, TM-domain-containing sequence essential for perinuclear localization. Nesprin l is developmentally regulated in both smooth and skeletal muscle and is relocalized from the nuclear envelope to the nucleus and cytoplasm during C2Cl2 myoblast differentiation. Nesprins may function as "dystrophins of the nucleus" to maintain nuclear organization and structural integrity.

Bioinformatics

Entrez Human
Uniprot Human
Product By Gene ID 23345
Alternate Names
  • EC 4.3.1.3
  • EDMD4
  • EC 4.2.1.49
  • C6orf98
  • Syne-1
  • Synaptic nuclear envelope protein 1
  • Myne-1
  • Nuclear envelope spectrin repeat protein 1
  • Enaptin
  • Myocyte nuclear envelope protein 1
  • synaptic nuclei expressed gene 1
  • nesprin-1
  • nesprin 1
  • enaptin
  • dJ45H2.2
  • CPG2
  • ARCA1
  • KIAA17568B
  • KIAA1262FLJ41140
  • SCAR8FLJ30878
  • MYNE1DKFZp781J13156
  • KIAA0796chromosome 6 open reading frame 98
  • SYNE-1B
  • spectrin repeat containing, nuclear envelope 1

PTMs for SYNE1

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Methylation

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