MAOB (Monoamine oxidase B)

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MAOB (Monoamine oxidase B), also known as MAOB, is an enzyme encoded by the MAOB gene in humans. MAOB is a kind of mitochondrial outer membrane flavinase, which mainly exists in platelets. MAOB focuses on the decomposition and deamination of nonpolar aromatic amine phenylethylamine, which is sensitive to inhibitors selegiline and Resagiline. The content of MAOB increases with age, so MAOB is considered as a sign of aging, known as aging-related enzymes. Diseases associated with MAOB include Norrie Disease and Pathological Gambling.

Cat.No.Product NameSourceSpeciesTagMolecular Weight
BP-801318Recombinant Human Monoamine Oxidase ABaculovirus.
BP-801319Recombinant Human monoamine oxidase B,His-taggedE.coli.
BP-801320Recombinant Human MAOBHuman
BP-801321Recombinant Human Monoamine Oxidase BHuman
BP-801322Recombinant Human MAOB, His-taggedE. coli
BP-801323Recombinant Rat MAOB, His-taggedE. Coli or YeastRatHis
BP-801324Recombinant Rat MAOB ProteinMammalian CellsRatHis
BP-801325Recombinant Human MAOBMammalian CellsHumanHis
BP-801326Recombinant Human Monoamine Oxidase BBaculovirus
BP-801327Recombinant Mouse MAOB protein, His & T7-taggedE. coliMouseHis & T7
BP-801328Recombinant Human MAOB, His taggedE.coliHumanHis

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