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Human trehalase

Human trehalase cDNA

Catalog number RDB01607
Resource name Human trehalase
Alternative name Human trehalase cDNA
Clone info. Human trehalase is localized in the small intestine and renal brush border membranes.
Vector backbone lambda gt11 ()
Size of vector backbone 43.7 kb
Gene/insert name Human Trehalase cDNA
Depositor|Developer Sasai-Takedatsu, Misa |
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Human Trehalase

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          The Human trehalase was provided by the RIKEN BRC through the National BioResource Project of the MEXT, Japan (cat. RDB01607).

          Reference section:

          Sasai-Takedatsu, M., Taketani, S., Nagata, N., Furukawa, T., Tokunaga, R., Kojima, T., Kobayashi, Y., Human trehalase: characterization, localization, and its increase in urine by renal proximal tubular damage. Nephron, 73, 179-185 (1996). PMID 8773341.
          Sasai-Takedatsu, M., Kojima, T., Taketani, S., Ono, A., Kitamura, N., Kobayashi, Y., Urinary trehalase activity is a useful marker of renal proximal tubular damage in newborn infants. Nephron, 70, 443-448 (1995). PMID 7477650.

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          original Sasai-Takedatsu, M., Human trehalase: characterization, localization, and its increase in urine by renal proximal tubular damage. Nephron, 73, 179-185 (1996). PMID 8773341.
          original Sasai-Takedatsu, M., Urinary trehalase activity is a useful marker of renal proximal tubular damage in newborn infants. Nephron, 70, 443-448 (1995). PMID 7477650.
          reference Ruf, J., Rabbit small intestinal trehalase. Purification, cDNA cloning, expression, and verification of glycosylphosphatidylinositol anchoring. J. Biol. Chem., 265, 15034-15039 (1990). PMID 1697585.

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