G Protein

G Protein

If your research includes the G Protein Estrogen Receptor, then we have what you need.

GPER/GPR30 Agonist & Antagonist are proprietary products of SandiaBio.


Estrogen is very important to numerous human physiological events that occur throughout the entire body. It’s been shown that GPR30, (G protein-coupled receptor) most popularly known as GPER and the traditional ER (estrogen receptors), activate cell signal pathways in response to estrogen. There are differences in the actions of GPR30 and ER.

In vivo experiments show that when G15  is present, GPR30 contributes to both uterine and neurological responses initiated by estrogen.

Source: In vivo effects of a GPR30 antagonist.  Article

 

 


 

 

NEW RESEARCH SHOWS:

Activation of G protein-coupled estrogen receptor signaling inhibits melanoma and improves response to immune checkpoint blockade.

Christopher A Natale, Jinyang Li, Junqian Zhang, Ankit Dahal,Tzvete Dentchev, Ben Z Stanger, Todd W Ridky.

Perelman School of Medicine, Department of Dermatology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, United States; Abramson Family Cancer Research Institute, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, United States

 

Source: G-1 Melanoma Article



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  1. G-15, GPER Antagonist (G protein)

    $159.00

    G-15, GPER Antagonist is a cell permeable, nonsteroidal, high-affinity, selective antagonist of GPER that binds GPER with affinity of about 20-30 nM, 1/3 that of G-1 (AZ00001-G15)

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  2. G-36, GPER Antagonist

    $159.00

    G-36, GPER Antagonist is a cell permeable, nonsteroidal, high-affinity, selective antagonist of GPER

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  3. Fluorescent Analog of G-1 (FLG-1)

    $285.00

    G-1 is a cell permeable, nonsteroidal, dihydroquinoline, high-affinity, selective agonist for GPER/GPR30, the transmembrane G protein-coupled estrogen receptor. G-1 competes for estrogen binding to GPER with a Ki value of 11 nM. Competitive binding studies in ERα- and ERβ-expressing cells show little binding of G-1 up to 10 μM. The discovery of G-1, a compound that does not bind classical ERs, has greatly facilitated physiological experiments to define the role of GPER in vivo. FLG-1 is an experimental Fluorescent Analog of G-1 and is not fully characterized.

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  4. G-1, GPER Agonist (G protein)

    $159.00

    G-1 is a cell permeable, nonsteroidal, dihydroquinoline, high-affinity, selective agonist.

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