Purified Membrane Proteins

DnaJ homolog subfamily B member 14

Acts as a co-chaperone with HSPA8/Hsc70; required to promote protein folding and trafficking, prevent aggregation of client proteins, and promote unfolded proteins to endoplasmic reticulum-associated degradation (ERAD) pathway (PubMed:24732912). Acts by determining HSPA8/Hsc70’s ATPase and polypeptide-binding activities (PubMed:24732912). Can also act independently of HSPA8/Hsc70: together with DNAJB12, acts as a chaperone that promotes maturation of potassium channels KCND2 and KCNH2 by stabilizing nascent channel subunits and assembling them into tetramers (PubMed:27916661). While stabilization of nascent channel proteins is dependent on HSPA8/Hsc70, the process of oligomerization of channel subunits is independent of HSPA8/Hsc70 (PubMed:27916661). When overexpressed, forms membranous structures together with DNAJB12 and HSPA8/Hsc70 within the nucleus; the role of these structures, named DJANGOs, is still unclear (PubMed:24732912). {ECO:0000269|PubMed:23018488, ECO:0000269|PubMed:24732912, ECO:0000269|PubMed:27916661}.; (Microbial infection) In case of infection by polyomavirus, involved in the virus endoplasmic reticulum membrane penetration and infection (PubMed:21673190, PubMed:24675744). {ECO:0000269|PubMed:21673190, ECO:0000269|PubMed:24675744}.

Native

Stable

Pure

Active protein

Recombinant protein

Human Origin

Entry Name:

DJB14_HUMAN

Gene Name:

DNAJB14 UNQ9427/PRO34683

Uniprot Accession:

Q8TBM8

Origin:

Homo sapiens (Human)

Protein family:

DnaJ family, DNAJB12/DNAJB14 subfamily

Full-length:

379

AA

Mass:

42516

Da

MEGNRDEAEKCVEIAREALNAGNREKAQRFLQKAEKLYPLPSARALLEIIMKNGSTAGNSPHCRKPSGSGDQSKPNCTKDSTSGSGEGGKGYTKDQVDGVLSINKCKNYYEVLGVTKDAGDEDLKKAYRKLALKFHPDKNHAPGATDAFKKIGNAYAVLSNPEKRKQYDLTGNEEQACNHQNNGRFNFHRGCEADITPEDLFNIFFGGGFPSGSVHSFSNGRAGYSQQHQHRHSGHEREEERGDGGFSVFIQLMPIIVLILVSLLSQLMVSNPPYSLYPRSGTGQTIKMQTENLGVVYYVNKDFKNEYKGMLLQKVEKSVEEDYVTNIRNNCWKERQQKTDMQYAAKVYRDDRLRRKADALSMDNCKELERLTSLYKGG

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Expression systems: bacteria, yeast, insect cells, HEK & CHO mammalian cells
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