Rat/Mouse Insulin ELISA Kit [EZRMI-13K] - $573.30 Equl offers Enzyme Assay Kits, Reagent Mixtures, Enzymes, Glycobiology, Amylase Test, Carbohydrase Tablet Tests, Protease Tablet Tests, Cofactors and Stains, Soluble Chromogenic Substrates, Insoluble Chromogenic Substrates, etc 

Rat/Mouse Insulin ELISA Kit

Price(USD):$325.00  $573.30

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Key Applications: ELISA
Application Notes: 3 hour assay, room temperature 10 μL sample size
Species Reactivity: Rat 
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Protein/Isoform Description: The insulin receptor is a tyrosine kinase receptor that when bound to insulin, initiates multiple signal transduction pathways, including JNK, PI 3-kinase, Akt and PKC. Pharmacological intervention of these Insulin R-dependent pathways is of great interest for the treatment of insulin resistance, obesity and diabetes. The Insulin Receptor (IR) is synthesized as a single polypeptide, which is subsequently cleaved to generate an extracellular α-chain and a transmembrane and intracellular β-chain, tethered together by disulfide bonds. The β-chain has multiple tyrosine phosphorylation sites, including three autophosphorylation sites at its activation loop. The overall structure of the IR is highly homologous to the IGF-I Receptor, except in their c-termini, where the two proteins diverge somewhat. The IR signals primarily by phosphorylating the Insulin Receptor Substrate (IRS) family of proteins, which creates docking sites for SH2-domain containing proteins. Insulin signaling is highly dependent on the PI3 Kinase pathway and Akt, which appear to mediate the functions of insulin.