Antiquitin is a member of subfamily 7 in the aldehyde dehydrogenase gene family. These enzymes are thought to play a major role in the detoxification of aldehydes generated by alcohol metabolism and lipid peroxidation. This particular member has homology to a previously described protein from the green garden pea, the 26g pea turgor protein. Mutations in this gene cause pyridoxine-dependent epilepsy, which involves a combination of various seizure types and is responsive to immediate administration of pyridoxine hydrochloride. Four additional human antiquitin-like sequences, all of which are pseudogenes, have also been identified. [provided by RefSeq]Sequence: MSTLLINQPQYAWLKELGLREENEGVYNGSWGGRGEVITTYCPANNEPIARVRQASVADYEETVKKAREAWKIWADIPAPKRGEIVRQIGDALREKIQVLGSLVSLEMGKILVEGVGEVQEYVDICDYAVGLSRMIGGPILPSERSGHALIEQWNPVGLVGIITAFNFPVAVYGWNNAIAMICGNVCLWKGAPTTSLISVAVTKIIAKVLEDNKLPGAICSLTCGGADIGTAMAKDERVNLLSFTGSTQVGKQVGLMVQERFGRSLLELGGNNAIIAFEDADLSLVVPSALFAAVGTAGQRCTTARRLFIHESIHDEVVNRLKKAYAQIRVGNPWDPNVLYGPLHTKQAVSMFLGAVEEAKKEGGTVVYGGKVMDRPGNYVEPTIVTGLGHDASIAHTETFAPILYVFKFKNEEEVFAWNNEVKQGLSSSIFTKDLGRIFRWLGPKGSDCGIVNVNIPTSGAEIGGAFGGEKHTGGGRESGSDAWKQYMRRSTCTINYSKDLPLAQGIKFQ
|ALDH7A1 (Human) Recombinant Protein (P01)|
|Glutathione Sepharose 4 Fast Flow|
|Antibody Production, Array, Enzyme-linked Immunoabsorbent Assay, Western Blot (Recombinant protein)|
|Store at -80°C. Aliquot to avoid repeated freezing and thawing.|
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