Rabbit polyclonal primary
BCHE Rabbit Polyclonal Antibody (ER1802-86)
Recombinant protein within human bche aa 300-500.
Human blood plasma, HepG2, LOVO, human liver tissue, human colon cancer tissue, human skin tissue, human prostate tissue.
Store at +4C after thawing. Aliquot store at -20C. Avoid repeated freeze / thaw cycles.
1*PBS (pH7.4), 0.2% BSA, 50% Glycerol. Preservative: 0.05% Sodium Azide.
Protein affinity purified.
Acylcholine acylhydrolase antibody; BCHE antibody; Butyrylcholine esterase antibody; CHE1 antibody; CHE2 antibody; CHLE_HUMAN antibody; Choline esterase II antibody; Cholinesterase (serum) 2 antibody; Cholinesterase 1 antibody; Cholinesterase antibody; E1 antibody; Pseudocholinesterase antibody; Pseudocholinesterase E1 antibody
Belongs to the type-B carboxylesterase/lipase family.
Detected in blood plasma (at protein level). Present in most cells except erythrocytes.
N-glycosylated. No other PTM detected. The major N-glycan structures are of the complex diantennary type with 1 and 2 N-acetylneuraminic acid molecules (Neu5Ac) making up approximately 33% and 47% of the total N-glycans, respectively. Only low amounts of fucosylated diantennary N-glycans are detected (approximately 2%). Triantennary N-glycans with or without fucose amount to approximately 13%, whereas 5% of the total N-glycans are of the oligomannosidic or hybrid type.
Present in most cells except erythrocytes, butyrylcholine esterase (BChE), also designated acylcholine acylhydrolase or pseudocholinesterase, has esterase activity as well as aryl acylamidase activity. It hydrolyzes acylcholine into choline and carboxylate. BChE is synthesized in the liver and is highly reactive with organophosphate esters. BChE can form a homotetramer composed of two dimers linked by a disulfide bond. Defects in the gene encoding BChE are associated with the disease hypocholinesterasemia. Inhibition of BChE effects the toxicity of organophosphates in the respiratory system suggesting that BChE may play a role in respiratory function. In addition, BChE may play an important pharmocological role by hydrolyzing toxic esters. This suggests an involvement of BChE in a treatment for intoxication with substances such as cocaine.