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GC-C Antibody (537): sc-100302

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(Based on data analysis)

  • GC-C Antibody (537) is a mouse monoclonal IgG2b provided at 100 µg/ml
  • raised against recombinant GC-C of human origin
  • recommended for detection of GC-C of human origin by WB, IP and ELISA

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GC-C Antibody (537) sc-100302 100 µg/ml $295
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GC-C siRNA (h) sc-45492 10 µM $258
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GC-C shRNA Plasmid (h) sc-45492-SH 20 µg $520
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GC-C shRNA (h) Lentiviral Particles sc-45492-V 200 µl $625
Species Gene Name Gene ID Chromosome Location Isoform (mRNA) Accession # Protein Accession # OMIM™ Number
Human GUCY2C 2984 12p13.1 NM_004963 P25092

Guanylate Cyclases belong to the adenylyl cyclase class-4/guanylyl cyclase family. There are two forms of guanylate cyclase, a soluble form (GCS or sGC), which act as receptors for nitric oxide, and a membrane-bound receptor form (GC), which are peptide hormone receptors. The GC-C protein is composed of an extracellular domain, a single transmembrane domain, and a cytoplasmic region consisting of a kinase-like domain and a catalytic domain. It is expressed as two differentially glycosylated forms, a precursor form present in the endoplasmic reticulum and a form present on the plasma membrane. Ligand binding to the extracellular domain of GC-C promotes the accumulation of cGMP. GC-C acts as the receptor for heat-stable enterotoxins, small peptides secreted by some pathogenic strains of E. coli that cause severe secretory diarrhea. GC-C also binds to guanylin and uroguanylin peptides, which modulate renal function in response to oral salt load.

GC-C Antibody (537) Data
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GC-C (537): sc-100302. Western blot analysis of GC-C expression in 293 whole cell lysate.