|Product Overview:||Exendin-3 is originally isolated from Heloderma horridum (Gila monster lizard) venom.|
|Description:||Exendin-3 is a pancreatic secretagogue, which is a member of the glucagon family. It is found in the venom of Heloderma horridurn, which is a Gila monster lizard. It has a molecular mass of 4200Da and is composed of 39 amino acids. 12 amino-acids region in its N-terminal is highly homologous to secretin. Its C-terminal contains an amide group.|
|Applications:||Exendin-3 has been used to assess its effect in glucagon receptor knockout mice (Gcgr-/-) and wild-type mice, on glucose-stimulated insulin secretion.|
|Storage:||Store at -20 centigrade|
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