Transmembrane proteins are located at the interface between cells and the outside world, mediating the signal transduction between cells and the outside world, and performing many important cellular biological functions. For example, it is a receptor for various signaling molecules, hormones and other substrates; it is involved in the exchange of substances, energy and signal between the inside and outside of the cell membrane; it constitutes a channel for various ion transmembranes, which inputs nutrients and some inorganic electrolytes into cells, and discharges toxic or useless metabolites into cells.
Transmembrane protein (TP), also known as intact protein, is a type of membrane protein exists in the whole biofilm, that is, transmembrane proteins span from one side of the membrane to another side... Read More>>
Recent years, increasing evidence has showed that transmembrane proteins (also known as multi-pass transmembrane proteins) are great potential targets of antibody drugs. Many human diseases are associated with aberrant function... Read More>>
G protein-Coupled Receptor
Human Leukocyte Antigen