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Human TBC1D4 protein

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Human TBC1D4 protein
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50 ug
Price
$398.00
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Human TBC1D4 protein

Description
Recombinant protein from the full-length sequence of homo sapiens TBC1 domain family member 4 (TBC1D4), transcript variant 1 (NM_014832), with a His tag.
Host
Human cells
Source
RefSeq Link
NM_014832; NP_055647; UniProt#: O60343; GeneID: 9882;
Synonyms
AS160; NIDDM5
Molecular Weight
146.4 kDa
Purity
>90% by SDS-PAGE gel and Coomassie Blue staining
Applications
Antigens, Western, ELISA and other in vitro binding or in vivo functional assays, and protein-protein interaction studies; For research & development use only!
Formulation
Purified protein formulated in a sterile solution of PBS buffer, pH7.2, without any preservatives
Endotoxin
Endotoxin level is < 0.1 ng/µg of protein (<1EU /µg)
Background
This gene is a member of the Tre-2/BUB2/CDC16 domain family. The protein encoded by this gene is a Rab-GTPase-activating protein, and contains two phopshotyrosine-binding domains (PTB1 and PTB2), a calmodulin-binding domain (CBD), a Rab-GTPase domain, and multiple AKT phosphomotifs. This protein is thought to play an important role in glucose homeostasis by regulating the insulin-dependent trafficking of the glucose transporter 4 (GLUT4), important for removing glucose from the bloodstream into skeletal muscle and fat tissues. Reduced expression of this gene results in an increase in GLUT4 levels at the plasma membrane, suggesting that this protein is important in intracellular retention of GLUT4 under basal conditions. When exposed to insulin, this protein is phosphorylated, dissociates from GLUT4 vesicles, resulting in increased GLUT4 at the cell surface, and enhanced glucose transport. Phosphorylation of this protein by AKT is required for proper translocation of GLUT4 to the cell surface. Individuals homozygous for a mutation in this gene are at higher risk for type 2 diabetes and have higher levels of circulating glucose and insulin levels after glucose ingestion. Alternative splicing results in multiple transcript variants encoding different isoforms. [provided by RefSeq, Aug 2015].

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