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List of Membrane Proteins

Membrane proteins include transmembrane proteins that span across the membrane, Monotypic/peripheral membrane proteins that attached to the lipid bilayer or other integral proteins and peptide. The reason that membrane proteins studies are extremely important is that they are targets of over 50% of all modern drugs. It is estimated that 20-30% of all genes in most genomes encode membrane proteins. However, such proteins are inherently difficult to purify and characterize. The production of membrane protein is an urgent issue to handle with and optimize. Backed by a team with extensive experience in membrane protein production, Creative Biostructure can express and purify membrane proteins that are currently unavailable in the market (e.g., GPCR, ion channels, transporters, enzymes and viral targets).

Following is a list of membrane protein production provided by Creative Biostructure.

Transmembrane Protein Production
5-Lipoxygenase-Activating Protein 
ABC Transporters 
ACBP 
Amyloid beta (A4) 
Bcl-2 Inhibitors 
BNIPs 
CAAX protease 
Cytochromes P450 
E-NPPs 
EPHA1 
EPHA2 
EPHA3 
EPHA4 
Fatty Acid Desaturases 
Gamma secretase 
Glucose transporter 
Glycophorins 
GPCR 
HER2/ErbB2 
HER3/ErbB3
HER4/ErbB4 
HSD-11β
Hypoxia-induced Proteins
Immunoglobulins 
Insulin receptor 
Integrins 
Ion channel 
MAPEG 
MFS 
MinK Family 
MPPs 
Peptidase AD 
Peptidase Family M48 
Peptidase MA 
Protein Jagged 
Receptor-type Kinases 
SNARE Complex 
Sulfatases 
TNF receptor 
Transmembrane Proteins 14 
Transporter 
TROBP 
VEGF receptors


Aldehyde Dehydrogenases 
Ammonia and Urea transporters 
FMN-linked Oxidoreductases 
Leucine Rich Repeat (LRR)-Containing Transmembrane Proteins
Leukotriene C4 synthase  
Lysosome-associated membrane glycoprotein
Major Intrinsic Protein (MIP)/FNT superfamily 
Microsomal prostaglandin E synthase 
N-(deoxy)ribosyltransferase-like Membrane Proteins
Neutral/alkaline Ceramidases 
Oligosaccharyl Transferase 
Pentameric Ligand-gated Ion Channels 
Rhodopsin-like receptors and pumps 
Single-helix ATPase Regulators 
Squalene/ phytoene Synthase 
Stearoyl -CoA desaturase 1 
Stannin (SNN) Membrane Proteins
T-cell Surface Glycoprotein CD3 Zeta Chain 
Tetratricopeptide repeat (TPR) Alpha-Helical Repeat Proteins
Transmembrane Proteins with NAD(P)-binding Rossmann-fold Domains

Monotypic/Peripheral Protein Production
Alpha/Beta-Hydrolase
Annexins
Bet V1-Like Protein
C1 Domain-Containing Protein
C2 Domain-containing Protein
CoA-Dependent Acyltransferases
CRAL-TRIO Domain-Containing
Protein
DNase I-like protein
Fibrinogen


 FYVE/PHD Zinc Finger Protein 
Galactose-Binding Domain-Like Protein  
Glycolipid Transfer Protein 
Immunoglobulin-Like Superfamily (E Set) Protein 
Lipocalin  
Lipoxygenase
PGBD superfamily   
PH Domain-Like Protein 

Phosphatidylinositol 3-/4-Kinase   
PLC-like Phosphodiesterase
Phosphotyrosine Protein Phosphatases II 
P-Loop Containing Nucleoside Triphosphate Hydrolase
Protein kinase superfamily   
PX Domain-Containing Protein 
Saposin   
Synuclein   
Transcriptional factor tubby

Membrane Protein Peptides Production
Amyloid Beta-sheet Peptides
Membrane Anchor Helices of Peripheral Proteins
Peptide Fragments of Transmembrane Protein Peptide fragments of water-soluble proteins

Our scientists will assist you in all project stages evaluation, planning and execution. Each project is tailored to the customer’s specifications of scale, purity, analytical characterization and activity. We help our customers plan their projects in the most cost efficient manner. Please feel free to contact us for a detailed quote.

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References

  1. Johnson J., Cornell B. (1999). Amphitropic proteins: regulation by reversible membrane interactions. Mol. Membr. Biol. 16: 217-235
  2. Overington J., Al-Lazikani B., Hopkins A. (2006). How many drug targets are there? Nat. Rev. Drug. Discov. 5: 993-996

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