Transient receptor potential cation channel subfamily V member 6 - Q91WD2 (TRPV6_MOUSE)

 

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Function
Calcium selective cation channel that mediates Ca(2+) uptake in various tissues, including the intestine (PubMed:12765696, PubMed:12601087, PubMed:12574114, PubMed:14736889, PubMed:15123711, PubMed:17129178). Important for normal Ca(2+) ion homeostasis in the body, including bone and skin (PubMed:17129178, PubMed:22878123). The channel is activated by low internal calcium level, probably including intracellular calcium store depletion, and the current exhibits an inward rectification. Inactivation includes both a rapid Ca(2+)-dependent and a slower Ca(2+)-calmodulin-dependent mechanism; the latter may be regulated by phosphorylation (PubMed:15123711). In vitro, is slowly inhibited by Mg(2+) in a voltage-independent manner (PubMed:12601087). Heteromeric assembly with TRPV5 seems to modify channel properties. TRPV5-TRPV6 heteromultimeric concatemers exhibit voltage-dependent gating (PubMed:12574114). UniProt
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Subunit Structure
Interacts with TCAF1 and TCAF2 (By similarity). Homotetramer and probably heterotetramer with TRPV5 (PubMed:12574114). Interacts with TRPV5 (PubMed:12574114). Interacts with S100A10 and probably with the ANAX2-S100A10 heterotetramer. The interaction with S100A10 is required for the trafficking to the plasma membrane (PubMed:12660155). Interacts with calmodulin (PubMed:12765696, PubMed:15123711). Interacts with BSPRY (PubMed:16380433). UniProt
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