Purified Membrane Proteins

SID1 transmembrane family member 2

Mediates the translocation of RNA and DNA across the lysosomal membrane during RNA and DNA autophagy (RDA), a process in which RNA or DNA is directly imported into lysosomes in an ATP-dependent manner, and degraded (PubMed:27046251, PubMed:27846365). Involved in the uptake of single-stranded oligonucleotides by living cells, a process called gymnosis (PubMed:28277980). In vitro, mediates the uptake of linear DNA more efficiently than that of circular DNA, but exhibits similar uptake efficacy toward RNA and DNA. Binds long double-stranded RNA (dsRNA) (500 – 700 base pairs), but not dsRNA shorter than 100 bp (By similarity). {ECO:0000250|UniProtKB:Q8CIF6, ECO:0000269|PubMed:27046251, ECO:0000269|PubMed:27846365, ECO:0000269|PubMed:28277980}.

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Active protein

Recombinant protein

Human Origin

Entry Name:

SIDT2_HUMAN

Gene Name:

SIDT2 CGI-40 PSEC0072 UNQ685/PRO1325

Uniprot Accession:

Q8NBJ9

Origin:

Homo sapiens (Human)

Protein family:

SID1 family

Full-length:

832

AA

Mass:

94454

Da

MFALGLPFLVLLVASVESHLGVLGPKNVSQKDAEFERTYVDEVNSELVNIYTFNHTVTRNRTEGVRVSVNVLNKQKGAPLLFVVRQKEAVVSFQVPLILRGMFQRKYLYQKVERTLCQPPTKNESEIQFFYVDVSTLSPVNTTYQLRVSRMDDFVLRTGEQFSFNTTAAQPQYFKYEFPEGVDSVIVKVTSNKAFPCSVISIQDVLCPVYDLDNNVAFIGMYQTMTKKAAITVQRKDFPSNSFYVVVVVKTEDQACGGSLPFYPFAEDEPVDQGHRQKTLSVLVSQAVTSEAYVSGMLFCLGIFLSFYLLTVLLACWENWRQKKKTLLVAIDRACPESGHPRVLADSFPGSSPYEGYNYGSFENVSGSTDGLVDSAGTGDLSYGYQGRSFEPVGTRPRVDSMSSVEEDDYDTLTDIDSDKNVIRTKQYLYVADLARKDKRVLRKKYQIYFWNIATIAVFYALPVVQLVITYQTVVNVTGNQDICYYNFLCAHPLGNLSAFNNILSNLGYILLGLLFLLIILQREINHNRALLRNDLCALECGIPKHFGLFYAMGTALMMEGLLSACYHVCPNYTNFQFDTSFMYMIAGLCMLKLYQKRHPDINASAYSAYACLAIVIFFSVLGVVFGKGNTAFWIVFSIIHIIATLLLSTQLYYMGRWKLDSGIFRRILHVLYTDCIRQCSGPLYVDRMVLLVMGNVINWSLAAYGLIMRPNDFASYLLAIGICNLLLYFAFYIIMKLRSGERIKLIPLLCIVCTSVVWGFALFFFFQGLSTWQKTPAESREHNRDCILLDFFDDHDIWHFLSSIAMFGSFLVLLTLDDDLDTVQRDKIYVF

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Expression systems: bacteria, yeast, insect cells, HEK & CHO mammalian cells
Purified formats: detergents, SMALPs, nanodiscs, proteoliposomes