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  • Official Full Name
  • epidermal transglutaminase
  • Background
  • A transglutaminase is an enzyme that catalyzes the formation of a covalent bond between a free amine group (e.g., protein- or peptide-bound lysine) and the gamma-carboxamide group of protein- or peptide-bound glutamine. Such an enzyme is classified as EC 2.3.2.13. Bonds formed by transglutaminase exhibit high resistance to proteolytic degradation (proteolysis).
  • Synonyms
  • eTG; epidermal transglutaminase
Cat.#:SNAP25-296HTag:His
Source (Host):E. coliSpecies:Human
Product nameRecombinant Human Synaptosomal-associated Protein, 25 kDa
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Cat.#:SNAP25-30017THTag:His
Source (Host):E. coliSpecies:Human
Product nameRecombinant Human SNAP25, His-tagged
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Cat.#:SNAP25-31426THTag:
Source (Host):E. coliSpecies:Human
Product nameRecombinant Human SNAP25
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Cat.#:SNAP25-6928HTag:N/A
Source (Host):E. coliSpecies:Human
Product nameRecombinant Human Synaptosomal-Associated Protein, 25kDa
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Cat.#:SNAP25-7033HTag:His
Source (Host):E. coliSpecies:Human
Product nameRecombinant Human SNAP25, His tagged
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Cat.#:SNAP25-15664MTag:His
Source (Host):Mammalian CellsSpecies:Mouse
Product nameRecombinant Mouse SNAP25 Protein
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Cat.#:SNAP25-5633RTag:His
Source (Host):Mammalian CellsSpecies:Rat
Product nameRecombinant Rat SNAP25 Protein
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Cat.#:SNAP25-4358RTag:His
Source (Host):Mammalian CellsSpecies:Rhesus Macaque
Product nameRecombinant Rhesus monkey SNAP25 Protein, His-tagged
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Cat.#:SNAP25-7008CTag:His
Source (Host):Mammalian CellsSpecies:Chicken
Product nameRecombinant Chicken SNAP25
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Cat.#:SNAP25-1640HCLTag:
Source (Host):Species:Human
Product nameRecombinant Human SNAP25 293 Cell Lysate
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Involved Pathway

SNAP25 involved in several pathways and played different roles in them. We selected most pathways SNAP25 participated on our site, such as Synaptic vesicle cycle, Insulin secretion, which may be useful for your reference. Also, other proteins which involved in the same pathway with SNAP25 were listed below. Creative BioMart supplied nearly all the proteins listed, you can search them on our site.
Pathway Name
Pathway Related Protein
Synaptic vesicle cycle
CPLX2; ATP6V0B; ATP6V0A4; VAMP2; STX1B; RAB3A; CPLX4; ATP6V0A1; SLC18A2; ATP6V1G2
Insulin secretion
SLC2A2; FXYD2; PCLO; ATP1A1; ATP1B4; GNA11; PLCB4; KCNMA1; ADCYAP1; PLCB2

Protein Function

SNAP25 has several biochemical functions, for example, SNAP receptor activity, calcium-dependent protein binding, protein binding. Some of the functions are cooperated with other proteins, some of the functions could acted by SNAP25 itself. We selected most functions SNAP25 had, and list some proteins which have the same functions with SNAP25. You can find most of the proteins on our site.
Function
Related Protein
Function SNAP receptor activity
Related Protein STX2A; STX7; SEC22A; STX4; STX1A; SNAP25A; GS15; VTI1B; VAMP7; BNIP1
Function calcium-dependent protein binding
Related Protein ANXA11; FCN2; MYO1D; S100A1; MMP13; MBL2; ANXA6; TNNT3; SYT8; SYN1
Function protein binding
Related Protein RUFY3; CD40; TPM3; HMMR; TGFB3; FTSJ3; ARHGAP5; TMEM147; STX4; CAB39
Function syntaxin-1 binding
Related Protein CPLX1; GOLSYN; STXBP3; SNPH; STXBP2; VAMP3; SNAP25; NSF; VAMP2; DAPK1

Interacting Protein

SNAP25 has direct interactions with proteins and molecules. Those interactions were detected by several methods such as yeast two hybrid, co-IP, pull-down and so on. We selected proteins and molecules interacted with SNAP25 here. Most of them are supplied by our site. Hope this information will be useful for your research of SNAP25.
STX11; ZDHHC17; CCDC53; Cplx1; EGFR; STX1A; PRRT2; SNAPIN; HTT; ITSN1; Slc14a2; ITSN1

SNAP25 Related Articles

Wang, DX; Krilich, J; et al. Optimization of peptide substrates for botulinum neurotoxin E improves detection sensitivity in the Endopep-MS assay. ANALYTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY 468:15-21(2015).
Hao, JX; Chen, M; et al. Equatorin is not essential for acrosome biogenesis but is required for the acrosome reaction. BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS 444:537-542(2014).