slc26a1
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  • Official Full Name
  • solute carrier family 26 (sulfate transporter), member 1
  • Background
  • This gene is a member of a family of sulfate/anion transporter genes. Family members are well conserved in their genomic (number and size of exons) and protein (aa length among species) structures, but have markedly different tissue expression patterns. This gene is primarily expressed in the liver, pancreas, and brain. Three splice variants that encode different isoforms have been identified.
  • Synonyms
  • SLC26A1; solute carrier family 26 (sulfate transporter), member 1; sulfate anion transporter 1; EDM4; SAT 1; sulfate transporter; sulfate anion tranporter AT1; solute carrier family 26 member 1; sulfate/anion transporter SAT-1 protein; SAT1; SAT-1
Cat.#:SLC26A1-15337MTag:His
Source (Host):Mammalian CellsSpecies:Mouse
Product nameRecombinant Mouse SLC26A1 Protein
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Cat.#:SLC26A1-5145ZTag:His
Source (Host):Mammalian CellsSpecies:Zebrafish
Product nameRecombinant Zebrafish SLC26A1
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Involved Pathway

SLC26A1 involved in several pathways and played different roles in them. We selected most pathways SLC26A1 participated on our site, such as Biological oxidations, Cytosolic sulfonation of small molecules, Glycosaminoglycan metabolism, which may be useful for your reference. Also, other proteins which involved in the same pathway with SLC26A1 were listed below. Creative Biomart supplied nearly all the proteins listed, you can search them on our site.
Pathway Name
Pathway Related Protein
Biological oxidations
TPMT.2; CYP3A5; ADH8A; ABHD10; CYP2K6; CYP7A1; CYP3A7-CYP3AP1; CYP3A4; AADAC; AHCY
Cytosolic sulfonation of small molecules
SULT1B1; BPNT1; SULT1ST5; SLC26A1; SULT1C4; Sult2a2; SLC35B3; Sult2a6; SULT1ST6; SULT4A1
Glycosaminoglycan metabolism
GPC1B; HS3ST4; PRELP; HPSE; B3GAT2; FMODA; SLC35B3; B4GALT7; GLB1L; CHST14
Metabolism
CYP2K8; C20orf7; NUDT1; FAM213B; CES1; SLC46A1; COQ7; NUDT3A; SLC25A1A; ATP5L
Metabolism of carbohydrates
Gpc2; OXSR1; SLC26A2; HAS3; GYG1B; STAB2; CHP; GCKR; SLC26A1; SLC25A13
Multifunctional anion exchangers
SLC26A3; SLC26A1; SLC26A2; SLC26A6L; SLC26A3.2; SLC26A7; SLC26A3.1
Phase II conjugation
SULT1C2; BPNT1; GLYATL1; UGT1B7; SULT2ST2; SLC35D1A; GLYAT; SLC26A2; SULT2ST1; ABHD14B
SLC-mediated transmembrane transport
SLC39A5; SLC38A3; SLC4A8; SLC2A7; SLC4A3; SLC6A20B; SLC39A8; SLC6A18; SLC5A6A; SLC39A7

Protein Function

SLC26A1 has several biochemical functions, for example, anion:anion antiporter activity, antiporter activity, bicarbonate transmembrane transporter activity. Some of the functions are cooperated with other proteins, some of the functions could acted by SLC26A1 itself. We selected most functions SLC26A1 had, and list some proteins which have the same functions with SLC26A1. You can find most of the proteins on our site.
Function
Related Protein
Function anion:anion antiporter activity
Related Protein SLC26A6; SLC26A3.1; SLC26A6L; SLC26A9; SLC22A9; SLC4A2B; SLC26A4; SLC26A11; SLC4A1B; SLC26A2
Function antiporter activity
Related Protein SLC8A1; SLC25A16; SLC35E2; SLC9A4; SLC7A8; SLC9A9; SLC47A1; CLCN5; SLC35C2; SLC47A2
Function bicarbonate transmembrane transporter activity
Related Protein SLC26A6; SLC26A9; SLC26A5; SLC4A1; SLC4A11; SLC4A1B; SLC26A2; SLC26A3.2; CFTR; SLC26A4
Function chloride channel activity
Related Protein TTYH2L; GABRA1; GABRA2; SLC26A2; CLCN7; CLIC6; FXYD1; SLC26A3; CLCN4; GABRG1
Function chloride transmembrane transporter activity
Related Protein SLC26A1; SLC26A4; CFTR; SLC4A1; SLC26A3; Slc4a2; SLC26A6
Function oxalate transmembrane transporter activity
Related Protein SLC26A7; SLC26A1; SLC26A4; SLC26A9; SLC26A3.2; SLC26A5; SLC26A2; SLC26A11; SLC26A6L; SLC26A6
Function secondary active sulfate transmembrane transporter activity
Related Protein SLC26A1; SLC26A5; SLC26A2; SLC26A9; SLC26A3.2; SLC26A4; SLC26A3; SLC26A6; SLC26A7; SLC26A11
Function sulfate transmembrane transporter activity
Related Protein SLC26A5; SLC26A11; SLC26A6; SLC26A4; SLC26A2; SLC26A3.2; SLC26A6L; SLC26A1; SLC26A3.1; SLC26A7

SLC26A1 Related Articles

Brzica, H; Breljak, D; et al. OXALATE: FROM THE ENVIRONMENT TO KIDNEY STONES. ARHIV ZA HIGIJENU RADA I TOKSIKOLOGIJU-ARCHIVES OF INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE AND TOXICOLOGY 64:609-630(2013).
Pitule, P; Vycital, O; et al. Differential Expression and Prognostic Role of Selected Genes in Colorectal Cancer Patients. ANTICANCER RESEARCH 33:4855-4865(2013).