This peptide corresponds to 19 amino acids near the amino terminus of human ATP11B.
PEP-1110 can be used as a blocking peptide with polyclonal antibody PA5-20996.
ATP11B is a widely expressed integral membrane ATPase and is thought to drive the transport of phospholipids across membranes. It has been suggested that ATP11B is hormonally regulated and plays a role in the subnuclear trafficking of transcription factors with RING motifs. While the exact molecule ATP11B transports is unknown, increased mRNA expression of the homologous ATP11A has been observed in cells resistant to anti-cancer drugs such as farnesyltransferase inhibitors (FTIs), suggesting that ATP11B may also play a role in cell survival under harsh conditions.