from Human Plasma

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  • Molecular Weight 52.00 kDa
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One of the most important functions of Gc-globulin is to act as an actin scavenger. Actin is the most abundant protein in eukaryotic cells and is released into circulation by dying cells. Here it form filaments which may trigger intravascular coagulation, if not rapidly removed.

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G-C Globulin is an α₂ glycoprotein composed of a single polypeptide chain and present in plasma at levels of 20-55 mg/100 mL. It functions in the binding and transport of vitamin D and may also play an important role in actin homeostatis since it has been shown to bind monomeric actin. G-C Globulin also binds membranes of both circulating B and T lymphocytes. Clinically, plasma concentrations are reduced in patients with severe liver diseases. G-C Globulin may also play an important role in the mechanism of the osteomalacia that occurs with Itai-Itai disease.


Purity ≥95%
Product Type Proteins, Enzymes & Peptides
Presentation White Powder
Format Powder
Formulation Lyophilized from 20 mM Sodium phosphate, pH 7.4, with 150 mM Sodium Chloride.

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