G Protein-Coupled Receptor 35 (GPR35) ELISA Kits

Acts as a receptor for kynurenic acid, an intermediate in the tryptophan metabolic pathway. Additionally we are shipping GPR35 Antibodies (62) and and many more products for this protein.

list all ELISA KIts Gene Name GeneID UniProt
GPR35 2859 Q9HC97
Anti-Mouse GPR35 GPR35 64095 Q9ES90
Anti-Rat GPR35 GPR35 367315  
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Human 0.056 ng/mL 0.15 ng/mL - 10 ng/mL 96 Tests Log in to see 13 to 16 Days

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Human G Protein-Coupled Receptor 35 (GPR35) interaction partners

  1. We performed a label-free kinome short hairpin RNA screen and identified a putative signaling network of GPR35 in HT-29 cells, some of which was validated using gene expression, biochemical and cellular assays. The results showed that GPR35 induced hypoxia-inducible factor 1alpha, and was involved in synaptic transmission, sensory perception, the immune system, and morphogenetic processes.

  2. Using exome array data, we identified GPR35 as a novel susceptibility gene associated with chronic AIC in pediatric cancer patients

  3. GPR35 interacts with CXCL17 (show CXCL17 ELISA Kits) in breast cancer cells.

  4. Small molecules that stimulate or block GPR35 activity can modulate vascular proliferation and migration.

  5. This article shows that GPR35 is the receptor of CXCL17 (show CXCL17 ELISA Kits).

  6. Single-nucleotide polymorphism in GPR35 gene is associated with Crohn's disease.

  7. results clearly show that R4.60, R(164), R(167), and R6.58 play crucial roles in the agonist initiated activation of GPR35.

  8. GPR35 shows associations in both ulcerative colitis (UC) and primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC), whereas TCF4 (show TCF4 ELISA Kits) represents a PSC risk locus not associated with UC. Both loci may represent previously unexplored aspects of PSC pathogenesis.

  9. This review presents a summary of what is known about the G-protein coupled receptors GPR35 and GPR55 (show GPR55 ELISA Kits) and their potential characterization as lysophospholipid or cannabinoid receptors, respectively--{REVIEW}

  10. human iNKT cells express GPR35 functionally active in reducing IL-4 (show IL4 ELISA Kits) release.

Mouse (Murine) G Protein-Coupled Receptor 35 (GPR35) interaction partners

  1. GPR35 signaling promotes mucosal repair by inducing fibronectin (show FN1 ELISA Kits) and integrin alpha5 expression, coupling to Gi protein, and activating ERK1/2 (show MAPK1/3 ELISA Kits) in colonic epithelial cells. These findings define GPR35 as a candidate therapeutic target in inflammatory bowel disease.

  2. Cardiac expression of GPR35 is regulated by hypoxia through activation of HIF-1 (show HIF1A ELISA Kits).

  3. GPR35 activation may contribute to KYNA effects on the previously reported decrease of brain extracellular glutamate (show GRIN1 ELISA Kits) levels and reduction of excitatory transmission

GPR35 Antigen Profile

Antigen Summary

Acts as a receptor for kynurenic acid, an intermediate in the tryptophan metabolic pathway. The activity of this receptor is mediated by G-proteins that elicit calcium mobilization and inositol phosphate production through G(qi/o) proteins.

Gene names and symbols associated with GPR35

  • G protein-coupled receptor 35 (GPR35) antibody
  • G-protein coupled receptor 35 (LOC486201) antibody
  • G protein-coupled receptor 35 (Gpr35) antibody
  • GPR35 antibody
  • KPG_007 antibody

Protein level used designations for GPR35

G protein-coupled receptor 35 , G-protein coupled receptor 35 , KYNA receptor , kynurenic acid receptor

424833 Gallus gallus
460070 Pan troglodytes
486201 Canis lupus familiaris
505056 Bos taurus
2859 Homo sapiens
64095 Mus musculus
367315 Rattus norvegicus
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