Validated All-in-One™ qPCR Primer for UGT2A1(NM_001252274.2) [Search again]

Catalog#: HQP091209(click here to view gene annotation page)
Symbol: UGT2A1
Species: Human
Target Gene Accession: NM_001252274.2
Alias: UDPGT2A1
Gene Description: UDP glucuronosyltransferase family 2 member A1 com
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Important Note: By default, qPCR primer pairs are designed to measure the expression level of the splice variant (accession number) you selected for this gene WITHOUT consideration of other possible variants of this gene. If this gene has multiple variants, and you would like to measure the expression levels of one particular variant, multiple variants, or all variants, please contact us for a custom service project at inquiry@genecopoeia.com.


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Summary

The olfactory neuroepithelium, which lines the posterior nasal cavity, is exposed to a wide range of odorants and airborne toxic compounds. Odorants, which are mostly small lipophilic molecules, enter the mucus flow and reach the odorant receptors on sensory neurons. Odorant sensing is generally a transient process, requiring an effective signal termination, which could be provided by biotransformation of the odorant in the epithelial supporting cells. Xenobiotic-metabolizing enzymes in the olfactory epithelium have been suggested to catalyze inactivation and facilitate elimination of odorants.[supplied by OMIM].


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