Hormone-sensitive Lipase/HSL: Products

Hormone-sensitive Lipase (HSL), also called LIPE, is an 84 kDa phosphoprotein that is the rate-limiting enzyme in the catalytic breakdown of triglycerides. The human 775 amino acid (aa) form is active in adipose tissue and skeletal muscle. HSL translocates to triglyceride-metabolizing lipid droplets in response to epinephrine or contraction in skeletal muscle, but to the cytosol following insulin treatment of adipocytes. A 120 kDa isoform of human HSL with a 301 aa N-terminal extension is present only in the testes, localized to elongating spermatids and spermatozoa.

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Human Hormone-sensitive Lipase/HSL Antibody

IHC, WBMAB7104 
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Human Hormone-sensitive Lipase/HSL Antibody

WBAF7104 
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