ⓘ GHITM

                                     

ⓘ GHITM

Growth hormone-inducible transmembrane protein, also known as transmembrane BAX inhibitor motif containing protein 5, is a protein that in humans is encoded by the GHITM gene on chromosome 10. It is a member of the BAX inhibitor motif containing family and localizes to the inner mitochondrial membrane, as well as the endoplasmic reticulum, where it plays a role in apoptosis through mediating mitochondrial morphology and cytochrome c release. Through its apoptotic function, GHITM may be involved in tumor metastasis and innate antiviral responses.

                                     
  • The Ghanashyam Hemalata Institute of Technology and Management GHITM is a private institute located in outside the city of Puri, in the Indian state
  • disorder, the hypoparathyrodism, deafness, and renal dysplasia syndrome GHITM growth hormone - inducible transmembrane protein GPRIN2: G protein - regulated
  • HGNC: 4261 P01241 6243 GH2 HGNC: 4262 P01242 6244 GHDC HGNC: 24438 Q8N2G8 6245 GHITM HGNC: 17281 Q9H3K2 6246 GHR HGNC: 4263 P10912 6247 GHRH HGNC: 4265 P01286 6248