Phosphatidic acid phosphatase from mammalian tissues: discovery of channel-like proteins with unexpected functions.

Abstract

Phosphatidic acid phosphatase (PAP) has long been known as a key enzyme involved in both glycerolipid biosynthesis and cellular signal transduction. The cDNA cloning of a plasma membrane-bound type 2 PAP has revealed the existence of a novel glycoprotein with six transmembrane domains. The type 2 PAP now represents an enzyme family consisting of Drosophila… (More)

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@article{Kanoh1997PhosphatidicAP, title={Phosphatidic acid phosphatase from mammalian tissues: discovery of channel-like proteins with unexpected functions.}, author={Hideo Kanoh and Michiaki Kai and Ikumi Wada}, journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta}, year={1997}, volume={1348 1-2}, pages={56-62} }