Secretory carrier membrane proteins (SCAMPs) are integral membrane proteins seen in secretory and endocytic carriers that are thought to play roles in membrane trafficking. One member of this family, SCAMP4, lacks the putative calcium binding and leucine zipper structures as well as the protein-protein interacting NPF domains common to most SCAMP family members. In rats, SCAMP4 mRNA is repressed by progesterone in brain regions associated with female sexual behavior. At least three isoforms of SCAMP4 are known to exist. This SCAMP4 antibody is predicted to not cross-react with any other member of the secretory carrier membrane protein family.View more View less
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