Human LPLUNC1 is a secreted product of goblet cells and minor glands of the respiratory and upper aerodigestive tracts

@inproceedings{Bingle2010HumanLI,
  title={Human LPLUNC1 is a secreted product of goblet cells and minor glands of the respiratory and upper aerodigestive tracts},
  author={Colin D Bingle and Kirsty Wilson and Hayley L Lunn and Frances A. Barnes and Alec S. High and William A Wallace and Doris M. Rassl and Michael A Campos and Manuel Ribeiro and Lynne Bingle},
  booktitle={Histochemistry and Cell Biology},
  year={2010}
}
Long PLUNC1 (LPLUNC1, C20orf114) is a member of a family of poorly described proteins (PLUNCS) expressed in the upper respiratory tract and oral cavity, which may function in host defence. Although it is one of the most highly expressed genes in the upper airways and has been identified in sputum and nasal secretions by proteomic studies, localisation of LPLUNC1 protein has not yet been described. We developed affinity purified antibodies and localised the protein in tissues of the human… CONTINUE READING
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