GPM6A (Glycoprotein M6A)


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GPM6A (Glycoprotein M6A) is a protein that in humans is encoded by the GPM6A gene. GPM6A is called transmembrane protein and is a rich cell surface protein in (CNS) neurons of the central nervous system, , especially in the hippocampus. GPM6A is involved in neuronal differentiation, including differentiation and migration of neural stem cells. It plays a role in neuronal plasticity and participates in the growth of nerve processes and filamentous pseudopodia, the movement of filamentous pseudopodia and possible synaptic formation. However, the function of GPM6A in the differentiation of neurons derived from human embryonic stem (ES) cells is unclear.

Cat.No.Product NameSourceSpeciesTagMolecular Weight
BP-801212Recombinant Human GPM6A, GST-taggedE.coliHumanGST
BP-801213Recombinant Rhesus monkey GPM6A Protein, His-taggedMammalian CellsRhesus monkeyHis
BP-801214Recombinant Chicken GPM6AMammalian CellsChickenHis
BP-801215Recombinant Rat GPM6A ProteinMammalian CellsRatHis
BP-801216Recombinant Cynomolgus GPM6A Protein, His-taggedMammalian CellsCynomolgusHis
BP-801217Recombinant Mouse GPM6A ProteinMammalian CellsMouseHis

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