Rabbit polyclonal primary
DOG1 Antibody (ER1901-30)
Synthetic peptide within c-terminal human cd43.
PC-3M cell lysates, A549, HepG2, human liver carcinoma tissue, human seminal pouch 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.
Peptide affinity purified.
114/97 kDa (Predicted band size)
ANO 1 antibody; ANO1 antibody; ANO1_HUMAN antibody; Anoctamin 1 antibody; Anoctamin 1 calcium activated chloride channel antibody; Anoctamin-1 antibody; Anoctamin1 antibody; Ca2+ activated Cl- channel antibody; Calcium Activated Chloride Channel antibody; Discovered on gastrointestinal stromal tumors protein 1 antibody; DOG 1 antibody; DOG1 antibody; FLJ10261 antibody; Membrane protein antibody; Oral cancer overexpressed 2 antibody; Oral cancer overexpressed protein 2 antibody; ORAOV 2 antibody; ORAOV2 antibody; TAOS 2 antibody; TAOS2 antibody; TMEM 16A antibody; TMEM16A antibody; Transmembrane protein 16A (eight membrane spanning domains) antibody; Transmembrane protein 16A antibody; Tumor amplified and overexpressed sequence 2 antibody; Tumor-amplified and overexpressed sequence 2 antibody
Belongs to the anoctamin family.
Broadly expressed with higher levels in liver, skeletal muscle and gastrointestinal muscles.
Cell membrane, cytoplasm.
ANO1 (anoctamin 1), also known as DOG1, ORAOV2, TAOS2 or TMEM16A, is a 986 amino acid multi-pass membrane protein that localizes to both the cell membrane and the cytoplasm and belongs to the anoctamin family. Expressed in a variety of tissues with highest expression in liver, gastrointestinal muscle and skeletal muscle, ANO1 functions as a calcium-activated chloride channel that is required for normal tracheal development. Human ANO1 shares 90% sequence identity with its mouse counterpart, suggesting a conserved role between species. ANO1 is present in breast, pancreatic, gastric, and uterine cancers, as well as in neck, ovarian and parathyroid tumors, suggesting a role for ANO1 in carcinogenesis. Three isoforms of ANO1 exist due to alternative splicing events.