Keratin 6A (KRT6A)
K6A; KRT6C; KRT6D; CK6C; K6C; CK6D; K6D; Keratin 6C; Keratin 6D
is a type II cytokeratin, one of a number of isoforms of keratin 6 encoded by separate genes located within the type II keratin gene cluster on human chromosome 12q. It is found with keratin 16 and/or keratin 17 in the palm and sole epidermis, the epithelial cells of the nail bed, the filiform papillae of the tongue, the epithelial lining of oral mucosa and esophagus, as well as the hair follicles. This keratin 6 isoform is thought to be the most abundant of the K6 isoforms.
The KRT6A gene consists of 9 exons separated by 8 introns and is located in the type II keratin gene cluster on human chromosome 12q. Keratin 6B and keratin 6C are encoded by the neighbouring genes, which are identical in intron-exon organization to KRT6A and are more than 99% identical in their DNA coding sequences.
Organism species: Homo sapiens (Human)
Organism species: Mus musculus (Mouse)
||Recombinant Keratin 6A (KRT6A)
||Polyclonal Antibody to Keratin 6A (KRT6A)
||Monoclonal Antibody to Keratin 6A (KRT6A)
||ELISA Kit for Keratin 6A (KRT6A)
||CLIA Kit for Keratin 6A (KRT6A)