Syntrophin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The syntrophins are a family of five 60-kiloDalton proteins that are associated with dystrophin, the protein associated with Duchenne muscular dystrophy and Becker muscular dystrophy. The name comes from the Greek word syntrophos, meaning "companion." The five syntrophins are encoded by separate genes and are termed α, β1, β2, γ1, and γ2. Syntrophin
Syntrophin, alpha 1 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
a b "Entrez Gene: SNTA1 syntrophin
, alpha 1 (dystrophin-associated protein A1, ... The three human syntrophin
genes are expressed in diverse tissues, have distinct ...
The European Bioinformatics Institute ... The syntrophin
family are intracellular membrane-associated proteins that ... five known syntrophin
isoforms share a ...
IPR015483 Gamma 1 syntrophin
The European ... The syntrophin
family are intracellular membrane ... Gamma-1 syntrophin
has been identified in Mus musculus (Mouse) and Homo ...
The three human syntrophin
genes are expressed in diverse tissues, have distinct ... In contrast, human alpha 1-syntrophin
is most abundant in heart and skeletal ...
Syntrophin, basic 2 (Sntb2)
Mouse protein-coding gene Sntb2. Represented by 113 ESTs from 68 cDNA libraries. ... Mus musculus syntrophin
, basic 2, mRNA (cDNA clone MGC:170477 IMAGE: ...