|Calculated MW||104.6 kDa|
|Other Names||Hexokinase type I, Brain form hexokinase, HK1.|
|Sequence||MGSSHHHHHH SSGLVPRGSH MIAAQLLAYY FTELKDDQVK KIDKYLYAMR LSDETLIDIM TRFRKEMKNG LSRDFNPTAT VKMLPTFVRS IPDGSEKGDF IALDLGGSSF RILRVQVNHE KNQNVHMESE VYDTPENIVH GSGSQLFDHV AECLGDFMEK RKIKDKKLPV GFTFSFPCQQ SKIDEAILIT WTKRFKASGV EGADVVKLLN KAIKKRGDYD ANIVAVVNDT VGTMMTCGYD DQHCEVGLII GTGTNACYME ELRHIDLVEG DEGRMCINTE WGAFGDDGSL EDIRTEFDRE IDRGSLNPGK QLFEKMVSGM YLGELVRLIL VKMAKEGLLF EGRITPELLT RGKFNTSDVS AIEKNKEGLH NAKEILTRLG VEPSDDDCVS VQHVCTIVSF RSANLVAATL GAILNRLRDN KGTPRLRTTV GVDGSLYKTH PQYSRRFHKT LRRLVPDSDV RFLLSESGSG KGAAMVTAVA YRLAEQHRQI EETLAHFHLT KDMLLEVKKR MRAEMELGLR KQTHNNAVVK MLPSFVRRTP DGTENGDFLA LDLGGTNFRV LLVKIRSGKK RTVEMHNKIY AIPIEIMQGT GEELFDHIVS CISDFLDYMG IKGPRMPLGF TFSFPCQQTS LDAGILITWT KGFKATDCVG HDVVTLLRDA IKRREEFDLD VVAVVNDTVG TMMTCAYEEP TCEVGLIVGT GSNACYMEEM KNVEMVEGDQ GQMCINMEWG AFGDNGCLDD IRTHYDRLVD EYSLNAGKQR YEKMISGMYL GEIVRNILID FTKKGFLFRG QISETLKTRG IFETKFLSQI ESDRLALLQV RAILQQLGLN STCDDSILVK TVCGVVSRRA AQLCGAGMAA VVDKIRENRG LDRLNVTVGV DGTLYKLHPH FSRIMHQTVK ELSPKCNVSF LLSEDGSGKG AALITAVGVR LRTEASS|
|Storage||-80°C; 1 mg/ml solution in 20 mM Tris-HCl buffer (pH 8.0) containing 10% glycerol.|
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Hexokinase is the first enzyme in the glycolytic pathway, catalyzing the transfer of a phosphoryl group from ATP to glucose to form glucose-6-phosphate and ADP. In vertebrates there are four major glucose-phosphorylating isoenzymes, designated hexokinase I, II, III, and IV This enzyme is found in most cells, but there is tissue specificity for the particular type of hexokinase. Hexokinase1 is found in the adipose tissue and liver and encodes a ubiquitous form of hexokinase which localizes to the outer membrane of mitochondria. Mutations in this hexokinase1 have been associated with hemolytic anemia due to hexokinase deficiency.
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