Hu, Mu, RtApplications:
WB, ICC/IF, IHC, IHC-P, KDHost:
Hu, Mu, DrApplications:
WB, ELISA, ICC/IF, IHC, IHC-Fr, IHC-PHost:
Applications: WB, IHC
Host: Rabbit Polyclonal
TRPM8 is a novel gene, trp-p8 has an expression pattern within normal human tissues that is mostly restricted to prostate epithelial cells. Trp-p8 mRNA expression is at moderate levels in normal prostate tissue and appears to be elevated in prostate cancer. Notably, trp-p8 mRNA was also expressed in a number of nonprostatic primary tumors of the breast, colon, lung and skin origin, whereas transcripts encoding trp-p8 were hardly detected or not detected in the corresponding normal human tissues.
|Product By Gene ID
- Transient receptor potential p8
- transient receptor potential subfamily M member 8
- Long transient receptor potential channel 6
- TRPP8transient receptor potential cation channel subfamily M member 8
- short form of the TRPM8 cationic channel
- transient receptor potential cation channel, subfamily M, member 8
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TRPM8, or transient receptor potential melastatin 8, is a nonselective cation channel that is activated by cold environments and menthol-like cooling compounds. While TRPM8 is best known for its location in peripheral nerve endings, it has functio... Read more.
|TRPM8: The Multi-functional Ion Channel
TRPM8 is a transmembrane homo-tetramer ion channel that is activated by cold temperatures, cooling agents, and menthol stimuli. It belongs to a subgroup within the larger family of TRP cation channels (including the TRPV1 capsaicin receptor) that are... Read more.
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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.