Peptides  >  C-Peptides
All known C-peptide sequences have a highly conserved peptide sequence Glu/Asp-X-Glu/Asp, where X is a hydrophobic amino acid (alanine, valine or leucine). C-peptide is important for insulin biosynthesis. At nanomolar concentration range, it binds specifically to cell surfaces, most likely to a G protein-coupled surface receptor, and activates Ca2+ dependent intracellular signaling pathways.

Ref: Gross, D. et al. J. Biol. Chem. 264, 21486 (1989); Wahren, J. et al. Am. J. Physiol. Endocrinol. Metab 278, E759 (2000); Wahren, J. and H. Jornvall, Diabetes Metab Res. Rev. 19, 5 (2003).
 Product Size Catalog # US$  
C - peptide (57 - 87), human
EAEDLQVGQVELGGGPGAGSLQPLALEGSLQ
0.5 mg AS-61127 $143
C - peptide, dog
EVEDLQVRDVELAGAPGEGGLQPLALEGALQ
0.5 mg AS-61128 $143
C - Peptide - 1, rat
EVEDPQVPQLELGGGPEAGDLQTLALEVARQ
0.5 mg AS-63697 $242
C - Peptide - 2, rat
EVEDPQVAQLELGGGPGAGDLQTLALEVARQ
0.5 mg AS-63698 $242
Proinsulin C - Peptide (31 - 63), porcine
RREAENPQAGAVELGGGLGGLQALALEGPPQKR
0.5 mg AS-61129 $171
Proinsulin C - peptide (55 - 89), human
RREAEDLQVGQVELGGGPGAGSLQPLALEGSLQKR
0.5 mg AS-61130 $193
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