• Official Full Name

    aldo-keto reductase family 1, member C14

  • Synonyms

    • Type:
    • Recombinant Proteins
    • Protein Pre-coupled Magnetic Beads
    • Species :
    • Rat
    • Source :
    • HEK293
    • Mammalian Cell
    • Tag :
    • His
    • His (Fc)
    • Avi
    Species Cat.# Product name Source (Host) Tag Protein Length Price
    Rat AKR1C14-598R Recombinant Rat AKR1C14 Protein Mammalian Cell His
    Rat AKR1C14-254R Recombinant Rat AKR1C14 Protein, His (Fc)-Avi-tagged HEK293 His (Fc)-Avi
    Rat AKR1C14-254R-B Recombinant Rat AKR1C14 Protein Pre-coupled Magnetic Beads HEK293
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    Q&As (7)

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    How is AKR1C14 regulated? 04/04/2023

    The regulation of AKR1C14 expression and activity is not well understood. It is possible that its expression and activity are regulated by factors such as hormones, genetic variations, or cellular signaling pathways, but further research is needed to determine the precise regulatory mechanisms.

    Are there any known substrates for AKR1C14? 05/20/2021

    As AKR1C14 is not well studied, there is limited information on its specific substrates. However, based on its membership in the AKR superfamily, it is likely to have a broad substrate specificity for aldehydes and ketones.

    Where is AKR1C14 found in the body? 02/05/2021

    AKR1C14 is primarily expressed in the liver, but it might also be found in other tissues to some extent.

    Is there any known involvement of AKR1C14 in diseases? 07/04/2020

    There is limited information available regarding the involvement of AKR1C14 in diseases. However, other members of the AKR superfamily have been implicated in various diseases, such as cancer and metabolic disorders. Further research is needed to elucidate the specific role of AKR1C14 in disease processes.

    Are there any known genetic variations or mutations in the AKR1C14 gene? 07/07/2019

    Currently, there is limited information available on genetic variations or mutations specifically associated with the AKR1C14 gene. Further studies are required to investigate if there are any functional genetic variations or mutations that may impact the protein's function or contribute to disease susceptibility.

    Is AKR1C14 found in any specific cellular compartments? 08/19/2017

    AKR1C14 is expected to be located in the cytoplasm since most members of the AKR superfamily are cytosolic proteins. However, it is not known whether it may also be present in other cellular compartments, and further research is necessary to determine its precise subcellular localization.

    Are there any known interactions of AKR1C14 with other proteins? 01/27/2016

    The specific protein-protein interactions involving AKR1C14 are not well characterized. However, it is reasonable to expect that it could interact with other proteins in metabolic pathways or cellular processes where its activity is required.

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