Transmembrane Protein 90B or Synapse Differentiation Inducing 1 (SynDIG1/Tmem90b) is encoded by the gene SYNDIG1 and a member of the interferon-induced transmembrane family of proteins. (IFITM). SynDIG1 is thought to regulate AMPA receptors and be involved in postsynaptic development and maturation. SynDIG1 is expressed in the brain at excitatory synapses and postsynaptic cells. Diseases associated with this gene include Episodic Kinesigenic Dyskinesia and Visual Epilepsy.
Fusion protein amino acids 1-183 (cytoplasmic N-terminus) of mouse SynDIG1 (also known as Synapse differentiation-inducing gene protein 1, Dispanin subfamily C member 2, Transmembrane protein 90B, DSPC2, Tmem90b and C20orf39, accession number A2ANU3); Rat: 97% identity (179/183 amino acids identical); Human: 91% identity (167/183 amino acids identical); 50% identity with SynDIG1L/SynDIG2/Capucin/Tmem90a
Human, Mouse, Rat
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Each new lot of this antibody is tested to confirm that it recognizes a single immunoreactive band of expected molecular weight when used to probe brain lysate.
These antibodies are to be used as research laboratory reagents and are not for use as diagnostic or therapeutic reagents in humans.
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Synapse differentiation-inducing gene protein 1 (SynDIG1) (Dispanin subfamily C member 2) (DSPC2) (Transmembrane protein 90B)