HCN4: A Drug Target / Disease Biomarker (G10021)
HCN4: A Drug Target / Disease Biomarker
HCN4, short for high-concentration normalized nucleotide, is a molecule that has gained significant attention in recent years due to its potential as a drug target or biomarker. The HCN4 molecule is derived from the DNA template and has been shown to have a unique structure that allows it to interact with small molecules, toxins, and other molecules with high affinity.
One of the most promising aspects of HCN4 is its ability to interact with small molecules, making it an attractive target for drug developers. The molecule's high affinity for small molecules has been shown to make it an excellent candidate for a variety of applications, including the development of neurotransmitters, such as dopamine and serotonin, which are involved in various neurological and psychiatric disorders.
In addition to its potential as a drug target, HCN4 has also been shown to have potential as a biomarker. The molecule has been shown to be expressed in various tissues and cells, including the brain, and has been used in a variety of cellular and molecular studies to assess its potential as a biomarker.
HCN4's unique structure also makes it an attractive target for the development of nanotechnology-based probes. The molecule's small size and high affinity for small molecules make it an excellent candidate for use as a nanoprobe, allowing researchers to target specific regions of interest within cells and tissues.
While the potential uses of HCN4 are still being explored, the molecule's unique properties and high affinity for small molecules have already established it as a promising candidate for a variety of applications. As research continues to advance in the field, it is likely that HCN4 will continue to surprise and inspire researchers, and will play an important role in the development of new treatments and therapies.
Protein Name: Hyperpolarization Activated Cyclic Nucleotide Gated Potassium Channel 4
Functions: Hyperpolarization-activated ion channel with very slow activation and inactivation exhibiting weak selectivity for potassium over sodium ions. Contributes to the native pacemaker currents in heart (If) that regulate the rhythm of heart beat. May contribute to the native pacemaker currents in neurons (Ih). May mediate responses to sour stimuli
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