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The protein encoded by ADCY10 belongs to a distinct class of mammalian adenylyl cyclase that is soluble and insensitive to G protein or forskolin regulation. Additionally we are shipping Adenylate Cyclase 10 (Soluble) Kits (25) and Adenylate Cyclase 10 (Soluble) Proteins (3) and many more products for this protein.
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Cow (Bovine) Polyclonal ADCY10 Primary Antibody for WB - ABIN2782970
Schmid, Sutto, Nlend, Horvath, Schmid, Buck, Levin, Conner, Fregien, Salathe: Soluble adenylyl cyclase is localized to cilia and contributes to ciliary beat frequency regulation via production of cAMP. in The Journal of general physiology 2007
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T1R3 (show TAS1R3 Antibodies) and alpha-gustducin (show GNAT3 Antibodies) exhibited a stage-dependent expression pattern during mouse development, and a cell-specific pattern during the spermatogenic cycle.
Low concentration of endogenous GC is necessary and sufficient for induction of T1R3 (show TAS1R3 Antibodies) expression. Higher concentrations may inhibit such induction. This inhibitory effect may be due, at least in part, to a direct action of GC on taste cells.
T1R1 (show TAS1R1 Antibodies)/T1R3 (show TAS1R3 Antibodies) have roles in regulating ERK1/2 (show MAPK1/3 Antibodies) and mTORC1 in MIN6 cells
Mice possess two taste transduction pathways for sugars. One mediates behavioral attraction to sugars and requires an intact T1r2 (show TAS1R2 Antibodies)+T1r3 (show TAS1R3 Antibodies). The other mediates cephalic phase insulin (show INS Antibodies) release but does not require an intact T1r2 (show TAS1R2 Antibodies)+T1r3 (show TAS1R3 Antibodies).
Taken together, our study raises the possibility that MyoD (show MYOD1 Antibodies) and Myogenin (show MYOG Antibodies) might control skeletal muscle metabolism and homeostasis through the regulation of T1R3 (show TAS1R3 Antibodies) promoter activity.
Mice lacking the Tas1r3 (show TAS1R3 Antibodies) taste receptor gene display impaired glucose metabolism.
Involvement of multiple taste receptors in umami taste: analysis of gustatory nerve responses in metabotropic glutamate receptor 4 (show GRM4 Antibodies) knockout mice
T1R3 (show TAS1R3 Antibodies) is expressed mainly in beta-cells and the expression levels are different depending upon the nutritional and metabolic conditions.
In the Tas1r3 (show TAS1R3 Antibodies)-/- strain, in addition to disappearance of taste preference for sucrose, glucose tolerance is also substantially reduced, and insulin (show INS Antibodies) resistance is observed.
human and mouse membrane trafficking systems for sweet taste receptors T1r2 (show TAS1R2 Antibodies) and T1r3 (show TAS1R3 Antibodies)
The data support an important role for prostaglandin activation of sAC and PKA in H2O2-induced barrier disruption.
Evaluation of soluble adenylyl cyclase expression using R21 (show OPRK1 Antibodies) antibody is a useful diagnostic adjunct in the evaluation of margins of LM during slow Mohs surgery.
shows that in fibroblast cultures inhibition by KH7 of production in the mitochondrial matrix by soluble adenylyl cyclase
Crystal structures of human ADCY10 catalytic domains in complex with nucleotides.
Soluble adenylyl cyclase plays a role in the regulation of basal cCMP and cUMP.
sAC is a regulator of gene expression involved in aldosterone signaling and an important regulator of endothelial stiffness.
sAC is necessary for normal glucose-stimulated insulin (show INS Antibodies) secretion in vitro and in vivo.
Significant overexpression of soluble type 10 adenylyl cyclase (sAC), an alternative source of cAMP, was found in human prostate carcinoma.
Regulation of anterior chamber drainage by bicarbonate-sensitive soluble adenylyl cyclase in the ciliary body.
sAC may play a role in the pathogenesis of certain hyperproliferative skin disorders via modulation of gene expression
functional ADCY10 ortholog proteins exist in the heads of boar spermatozoa.
The protein encoded by this gene belongs to a distinct class of mammalian adenylyl cyclase that is soluble and insensitive to G protein or forskolin regulation. It is thought to function as a general bicarbonate sensor throughout the body. It may also play an important role in the generation of cAMP in spermatozoa, implying possible roles in sperm maturation through the epididymis, capacitation, hypermotility, and/or the acrosome reaction. Genetic variations in this gene are associated with absorptive hypercalciuria type 2. Alternatively spliced transcript variants encoding different isoforms have been found for this gene.
adenylate cyclase 10 (soluble)
, soluble adenylyl cyclase
, adenylate cyclase type 10
, germ cell soluble adenylyl cyclase
, testicular soluble adenylyl cyclase
, 3',5'-cyclic AMP synthetase
, AH-related protein
, ATP pyrophosphate-lyase
, testicular soluble adenylyl cyclase (SAC)
, adenylate cyclase type 10 variant I (full-length form)
, adenylate cyclase type 10 variant II (truncated form)
, saccharin preference protein
, sweet taste receptor T1R3
, taste receptor type 1 member 3