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THOP1 Protein & Antibody

Thimet oligopeptidase 1

THOP1 Products

THOP1 Protein, Recombinant

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THOP1 Mouse THOP1 Protein, Recombinant 50828-M07B

THOP1 Antibody

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Mouse THOP1 WB, ELISA THOP1 Antibody 50828-RP02

THOP1 cDNA Clone

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THOP1 Human Human THOP1 cDNA Clone / ORF Clone HG10512-M
THOP1 Mouse Mouse THOP1 cDNA Clone / ORF Clone MG50828-G

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Enzyme>>Protease & Regulator>>Metalloprotease & Regulator>>THOP1

THOP1 Alternative Names

THOP1, EP24.15, MEPD_HUMAN, MP78, TOP [Homo sapiens]

Thop1, AI131655, AI327041, EP24.15 [Mus musculus]

THOP1 Background

THOP1, also known as Thimet oligopeptidase 1, Thimet oligopeptidase, EC, or EP24.15, is a zinc(II) endopeptidase implicated in the processing of numerous physiological peptides. As an intracellular enzyme, highly expressed in the brain, kidneys and neuroendocrine tissue, THOP1 has been proposed to metabolize peptides within cells, thereby affecting antigen presentation and G protein-coupled receptor signal transduction. Its substrates is gonadotrophin-releasing hormone (GnRH), an important hypothalamic hormone that regulates the synthesis and release of oestradiol and facilitates female sexual behaviour. THOP1 against toxic effects of Abeta in the early stages of Alzheimer disease (AD) pathology, and suggest that the observed increase in THOP1 expression might be part of a compensatory defense mechanism of the brain against an increased Abeta load.

THOP1 Related Studies

  1. Cyr NE, et al. (2010) Nuclear Thimet oligopeptidase is coexpressed with oestrogen receptor alpha in hypothalamic cells and regulated by oestradiol in female mice. J Neuroendocrinol. 22(8): 936-43.
  2. Berti DA, et al. (2009) Analysis of intracellular substrates and products of thimet oligopeptidase in human embryonic kidney 293 cells. J Biol Chem. 284(21): 14105-16.
  3. Russo LC, et al. (2009) Interaction with calmodulin is important for the secretion of thimet oligopeptidase following stimulation. FEBS J. 276(16): 4358-71.
  4. Pollio G, et al. (2008) Increased expression of the oligopeptidase THOP1 is a neuroprotective response to Abeta toxicity. Neurobiol Dis. 31(1): 145-58.
  5. Bruce LA, et al. (2008) Hydrogen bond residue positioning in the 599-611 loop of thimet oligopeptidase is required for substrate selection. FEBS J. 275(22): 5607-17.