Lane 1: Mouse testis
Lane 2: Mouse spinal cord
Lane 3: SH-SY5Y
Rabbit polyclonal primary
Hip1 Rabbit Polyclonal Antibody (ER1802-52)
Synthetic peptide within c terminal human hip1.
Mouse testis tissue lysate, Mouse spinal cord tissue lysate, A549, PC-3M, SH-SY5Y, human colon cancer tissue, mouse brain tissue, mouse fallopian tubes 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.
2610109B09Rik antibody; A930014B11Rik antibody; E130315I21Rik antibody; HIP 1 antibody; HIP I antibody; HIP-1 antibody; HIP-I antibody; hip1 antibody; HIP1/PDGFRB fusion gene antibody; HIP1/PDGFRB fusion gene, included antibody; HIP1_HUMAN antibody; HIPI antibody; Huntingtin interacting protein 1 antibody; Huntingtin-interacting protein 1 antibody; Huntingtin-interacting protein I antibody; ILWEQ antibody; KIAA4113 antibody; MGC126506 antibody; MGC27616 antibody; mKIAA4113 antibody
Belongs to the SLA2 family.
Ubiquitously expressed with the highest level in brain. Expression is up-regulated in prostate and colon cancer.
Huntington disease is associated with the expansion of a polyglutamine tract, greater than 35 repeats, in the HD gene product huntingtin. HIP1 (huntingtin-interacting protein 1), a membrane-associated protein, binds specifically to the N-terminus of human huntingtin. HIP1 is ubiquitously expressed in different brain regions at low levels, and exhibits nearly identical subcellular fractionation as huntingtin. The huntingtin-HIP1 interaction is restricted to the brain and is inversely correlated to the polyglutamine length in the huntingtin, suggesting that loss of normal huntingtin-HIP1 interaction may compromise the membrane-cytoskeletal integrity in the brain. HIP1 contains an endocytic multidomain protein with a C-terminal Actin-binding domain, a central coiled-coil forming region and an N-terminal ENTH domain. HIP1 may be involved in vesicle trafficking; the structural integrity of HIP1 is crucial for maintenance of normal vesicle size in vivo. HIP12 is a non-proapoptotic member of the HIP gene family that is expressed in the brain and shares a similar subcellular distribution pattern with HIP1. However, HIP12 differs from HIP1 in its pattern of expression at both the mRNA and protein level. HIP12 does not directly interact with huntingtin but can interact with HIP1.