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Glucose-6-phosphatase (G6Pase) is a multi-subunit integral membrane protein of the endoplasmic reticulum that is composed of a catalytic subunit and transporters for G6P, inorganic phosphate, and glucose. Additionally we are shipping G6PC Antibodies (26) and G6PC Kits (15) and many more products for this protein.
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We conclude that G6PD (show G6PD Proteins) deficiency at the level of the animals in the present study may not be a risk factor for developing CSN-OT, but this remains to be verified for human subjects
The results strongly suggested that the increase of glucagon (show GCG Proteins) levels could account for the induction of G6pc expression in the kidneys and intestine of L-G6pc-/- mice.
PPARalpha (show PPARA Proteins) is responsible for glucose production through the up-regulation of hepatic G6Pase gene expression during fasting or type 2 diabetes animal models
gene transcription in H4IIE cells mediated by hepatocyte nuclear factor-4 alpha's stimulatory effect of peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor gamma co-activator-1 alpha
Evidence for the expression of the catalytic domain of hepatic glucose-6-phosphatase in pancreatic islets.
Loss of G6pt activity causes neutropenia, and local production of the chemokines KC and macrophage inflammatory protein-2 (show CXCL2 Proteins) are defective in G6pt-/- neutrophils.
G6pc expression was functionally silenced by adenovirus-mediated delivery of short hairpin RNA.
muscle expresses both Glc-6-Pase-beta and Glc-6-P transporter and that they can couple to form an active Glc-6-Pase complex
Brain contains a functional glucose-6-phosphatase complex capable of endogenous glucose production.
Hippel Lindau tumor suppressor regulates hepatic glucose metabolism by controlling expression of glucose transporter 2 (show SLC2A2 Proteins) and glucose 6-phosphatase
Post-translational regulation of the glucose-6-phosphatase complex by cyclic AMP (show APRT Proteins) is a crucial determinant of endogenous glucose production and is controlled by the glucose-6-phosphate transporter (show SLC37A4 Proteins).
ApoA-IV (show APOA4 Proteins) colocalizes with NR4A1 (show NR4A1 Proteins), which suppresses G6Pase and PEPCK (show PEPCK Proteins) gene expression at the transcriptional level, reducing hepatic glucose output and lowering blood glucose.
By direct DNA sequencing, three novel G6PC variations were identified which expanded the G6PC mutation spectrum, and provided conclusive genetic evidences for the definitive diagnosis of the Chinese patients.
This study is the first to demonstrate a functional relationship between the critical gluconeogenic and glycogenolytic enzyme G6PC with the metabolic adaptations during glioblastoma invasion.
The spectrum of mutations in the G6PC gene.
Lipopolysaccharide and monophosphoryl lipid A also up-regulated G6PC and PCK1 (show PCK1 Proteins) transcript abundance in a TLR4 (show TLR4 Proteins)-dependent manner.
LSD1 (show KDM1A Proteins) regulates transcription activation of two gluconeogenic genes, FBP1 (show FBP1 Proteins) and G6Pase.
Both GSD-1a and G6PT strongly colocalised in perinuclear membranes. showed that GSD1 mutations did neither alter the G6PC or G6PT chimera localisation, nor the interaction between G6PT termini.
results reveal a novel link between glucose metabolism and the DNA damage signaling pathway and suggest a possible role for PEPCK and G6P in the DNA damage response
data mitigate against G6PD (show G6PD Proteins) deficiency contributing to stroke risk in individuals with sickle cell anemia.
Glucose-6-phosphatase (G6Pase) is a multi-subunit integral membrane protein of the endoplasmic reticulum that is composed of a catalytic subunit and transporters for G6P, inorganic phosphate, and glucose. This gene (G6PC) is one of the three glucose-6-phosphatase catalytic-subunit-encoding genes in human: G6PC, G6PC2 and G6PC3. Glucose-6-phosphatase catalyzes the hydrolysis of D-glucose 6-phosphate to D-glucose and orthophosphate and is a key enzyme in glucose homeostasis, functioning in gluconeogenesis and glycogenolysis. Mutations in this gene cause glycogen storage disease type I (GSD1). This disease, also known as von Gierke disease, is a metabolic disorder characterized by severe hypoglycemia associated with the accumulation of glycogen and fat in the liver and kidneys.
, glucose-6-phosphatase alpha
, glucose-6-phosphatase, catalytic (glycogen storage disease type I, von Gierke disease)
, glucose-6-phosphatase catalytic subunit