TSH R Products

Antibodies
TSH R Antibody (484405) [Unco ...
TSH R Antibody (484405) [Unconjuga...
MAB6534
Species: Hu
Applications: WB
Host: Mouse Monoclonal
TSH R Antibody (49)
TSH R Antibody (49)
NB120-5492
Species: Hu, Po
Applications: WB, ELISA, ICC/IF
Host: Mouse Monoclonal
Lysates
TSH R Overexpression Lysate ( ...
TSH R Overexpression Lysate (Native)
NBL1-17361
Applications: WB
Proteins
TSH R Recombinant Protein
TSH R Recombinant Protein
H00007253-G01
Species: Hu
Applications: WB
RNAi
TSH R RNAi
TSH R RNAi
H00007253-R03
Species: Hu
TSH R RNAi
TSH R RNAi
H00007253-R04
Species: Hu

Description

Thyroid stimulating hormone, also known as thyrotropin, is secreted from cells in the anterior pituitary called thyrotrophs, finds its receptors on epithelial cells in the thyroid gland, and stimulates that gland to synthesize and release thyroid hormones. TSH is a glycoprotein hormone composed of two subunits which are non covalently bound to one another. The alpha subunit of TSH is also present in two other pituitary glycoprotein hormones, follicle stimulating hormone and luteinizing hormone, and, in primates, in the placental hormone chorionic gonadotropin. Each of these hormones also has a unique beta subunit, which provides receptor specificity. In other words, TSH is composed of alpha subunit bound to the TSH beta subunit, and TSH associates only with its own receptor. Free alpha and beta subunits have essentially no biological activity.

Bioinformatics

Entrez Human
Uniprot Human
Human
Human
Human
Product By Gene ID 7253
Alternate Names
  • thyrotropin receptor-I, hTSHR-I
  • CHNG1
  • thyrotropin receptor
  • TSH-R
  • seven transmembrane helix receptor
  • Thyroid-stimulating hormone receptor
  • LGR3hTSHR-I
  • MGC75129
  • thyroid stimulating hormone receptor

Research Areas for TSH R

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