The protein encoded by this gene shares 22% sequence identity with Hemophilus influenzae xylulokinase, and even higher identity to other gene products in C.elegans (45%) and yeast (31-35%), which are thought to belong to a family of enzymes that include fucokinase, gluconokinase, glycerokinase and xylulokinase. These proteins play important roles in energy metabolism. [provided by RefSeq]Sequence: MAEHAPRRCCLGWDFSTQQVKVVAVDAELNVFYEESVHFDRDLPEFGTQGGVHVHKDGLTVTSPVLMWVQALDIILEKMKASGFDFSQVLALSGAGQQHGSIYWKAGAQQALTSLSPDLRLHQQLQDCFSISDCPVWMDSSTTAQCRQLEAAVGGAQALSCLTGSRAYERFTGNQIAKIYQQNPEAYSHTERISLVSSFAASLFLGSYSPIDYSDGSGMNLLQIQDKVWSQACLGACAPHLEEKLSPPVPSCSVVGAISSYYVQRYGFPPGCKVVAFTGDNPASLAGMRLEEGDIAVSLGTSDTLFLWLQEPMPALEGHIFCNPVDSQHYMALLCFKNGSLMREKIRNESVSRSWSDFSKALQSTEMGNGGNLGFYFDVMEITPEIIGRHRFNTENHKVAAFPGDVEVRALIEGQFMAKRIHAEGLGYRVMSKTKILATGGASHNREILQVLADVFDAPVYVIDTANSACVGSAYRAFHGLAGGTDVPFSEVVKLAPNPRLAATPSPGASQVYEALLPQYAKLEQRILSQTRGPPE
|XYLB (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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