Anoctamin-6, Transmembrane Protein 16F or -ANO6/TMEM16F is encoded by the gene ANO6. ANO6 belongs to the anoctamin family of membrane proteins many of which are calcium-activated chloride channels. ANO6 plays a role as a regulator of phospholipid scrambling in platelets (which is involved in blood clotting). ANO6 is expressed in epithelial tissues. Diseases associated with ANO6 include Scott Syndrome and Miyoshi Muscular Dystrophy 3.
ICC, IHC, WB
Fusion protein amino acids 1-294 (cytoplasmic N-terminus) of human ANO6 (also known as Anoctamin-6, Small-conductance calcium-activated nonselective cation channel, SCAN channel, Transmembrane protein 16F, Tmem16f and rCG_50511, accession number Q4KMQ2); Mouse: 86% identity (256/296 amino acids identical); Rat: 81% identity (257/317 amino acids identical); 45% identity with ANO5/TMEM16E
Human, Mouse, Rat
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