Detection of GRASP by Western Blot. Western blot of rat cerebellar lysate showing the specific immunolabeling of the approximately 95 kDa GRASP protein.
Preparation and Storage
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Stability & Storage
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PDZ domain-containing proteins, such as PSD-95 and GRIP are thought to play key roles in glutamate receptor plasticity. GRIP-associated proteins (GRASPs) that bind to distinct PDZ domains within GRIP also play key roles in regulation of glutamate receptor function. GRASP-1 is a neuronal rasGEF associated with GRIP and AMPA receptors in vivo. Recent work suggests that GRASP-1 may regulate neuronal ras signaling and contribute to the regulation of AMPA receptor distribution by NMDA receptor activity.
Scannevin, R.H. and R.L. Huganir (2000) Nat. Rev. Neurosci. 1:133.
Ye, B. et al. (2000) Neuron 26:603.
GRIP1 Associated Protein 1
Entrez Gene IDs:
56850 (Human); 54645 (Mouse); 116493 (Rat)
DKFZp434P0630; GRASP1; GRASP-1MGC126595; GRIP1 associated protein 1; GRIP1-associated protein 1; GRIPAP1; KIAA1167MGC126593; MPMGp800B12492Q3
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