AKT2

  • Official Full Name

    v-akt murine thymoma viral oncogene homolog 2

  • Overview

    This gene is a putative oncogene encoding a protein belonging to a subfamily of serine/threonine kinases containing SH2-like (Src homology 2-like) domains. The gene was shown to be amplified and overexpressed in 2 of 8 ovarian carcinoma cell lines and 2 of 15 primary ovarian tumors. Overexpression contributes to the malignant phenotype of a subset of human ductal pancreatic cancers. The encoded protein is a general protein kinase capable of phophorylating several known proteins.
  • Synonyms

    Akt2; AKT2_HUMAN; PKB; PKB beta; PKBBETA; PRKBBy; Protein kinase Akt 2; Protein kinase Akt-2; Protein kinase B beta; RAC BETA; RAC beta serine threonine protein kinase; RAC PK beta; Rac protein kinase beta; RAC-beta serine/threonine-protein kinase; RAC-PK-beta; RACbeta; V AKT Murine Thymoma Viral Oncogene Homolog 2;

  • Recombinant Proteins
  • Cell & Tissue Lysates
  • Protein Pre-coupled Magnetic Beads
  • Antibody
  • Human
  • Human
  • Mouse
  • Rat
  • Rhesus Macaque
  • Zebrafish
  • E.coli
  • HEK293
  • HEK293T
  • Insect Cell
  • Mammalian Cell
  • Mammalian cells
  • Sf21
  • Sf9 Insect Cell
  • Flag
  • GST
  • GST|His
  • His
  • HIS
  • His (Fc)
  • Avi
  • His|GST
  • His|T7
  • SUMO
  • MYC
  • DDK
  • N/A
  • N
  • No tag
Species Cat.# Product name Source (Host) Tag Protein Length Price
Human AKT2-1364H Active Recombinant Human AKT2, His-tagged Sf9 Insect Cell His Full length
Human AKT2-102H Active Recombinant Human AKT2, GST-tagged Sf9 Insect Cell GST
Human AKT2-163H Active Recombinant Human AKT2, His-tagged Sf9 Insect Cell His
Human AKT2-802H Active Recombinant Human AKT2, GST-tagged Sf9 Insect Cell GST
Human AKT2-103H Active Recombinant Human AKT2, GST-tagged Sf9 Insect Cell GST
Human AKT2-424H Active Recombinant Human AKT2 Protein, GST-His tagged Insect Cell GST/His
Human AKT2-260HFL Active Recombinant Full Length Human AKT2 Protein, C-Flag-tagged Mammalian cells Flag
Human AKT2-16H Active Recombinant Human AKT2(S474D)(120-481) Mutation Protein, N-His-tagged Sf21 His 120-481 aa
Human AKT2-985H Recombinant Human V-Akt Murine Thymoma Viral Oncogene Homolog 2, His-tagged Sf9 Insect Cell His
Human AKT2-166H Recombinant Human AKT2, His-tagged Sf9 Insect Cell His
Human AKT2-165H Recombinant Human AKT2, His-tagged Insect Cell His
Human AKT2-31H Recombinant Human AKT2 protein, Flag-tagged, Biotinylated Insect Cell Flag
Human AKT2-1841H Recombinant Human AKT2 protein, His & T7-tagged E.coli His/T7 Lys142~Ile412 (Accession # P31751)
Human AKT2-248H Active Recombinant Human AKT2 Protein, His & GST-tagged Insect Cell His/GST
Human AKT2-8927HCL Recombinant Human AKT2 293 Cell Lysate HEK293 N/A
Human AKT2-307H-B Recombinant Human AKT2 Protein Pre-coupled Magnetic Beads HEK293
Human AKT2-26262TH Recombinant Human AKT2, His-tagged HIS
Human AKT2-307H Recombinant Human AKT2 Protein, His (Fc)-Avi-tagged HEK293 His (Fc)-Avi
Human AKT2-0083H Recombinant Human AKT2 Protein (N2-E481), GST tagged Insect Cell GST N2-E481
Human AKT2-0082H Recombinant Human AKT2 Protein (N2-E481), Tag Free Insect Cell No tag N2-E481
Human AKT2-0351H Recombinant Human AKT2 Protein (Met1-Lys146), N-His-tagged E.coli N-His Met1-Lys146
Human AKT2-2504H Recombinant Human AKT2 protein, His-SUMO-tagged E.coli His-SUMO 2-481aa
Mouse Akt2-567M Recombinant Mouse Akt2 Protein, MYC/DDK-tagged HEK293T MYC/DDK
Rat AKT2-606R Recombinant Rat AKT2 Protein Mammalian Cell His
Rat AKT2-262R-B Recombinant Rat AKT2 Protein Pre-coupled Magnetic Beads HEK293
Rat AKT2-262R Recombinant Rat AKT2 Protein, His (Fc)-Avi-tagged HEK293 His (Fc)-Avi
Rhesus Macaque AKT2-297R Recombinant Rhesus monkey AKT2 Protein, His-tagged Mammalian Cell His
Rhesus Macaque AKT2-125R Recombinant Rhesus Macaque AKT2 Protein, His (Fc)-Avi-tagged HEK293 His (Fc)-Avi
Rhesus Macaque AKT2-125R-B Recombinant Rhesus Macaque AKT2 Protein Pre-coupled Magnetic Beads HEK293
Zebrafish AKT2-9802Z Recombinant Zebrafish AKT2 Mammalian Cell His
  • Involved Pathway
  • Protein Function
  • Interacting Protein
  • Other Resource
  • AKT2 Related Signal Pathway

AKT2 involved in several pathways and played different roles in them. We selected most pathways AKT2 participated on our site, such as MAPK signaling pathway, ErbB signaling pathway, Ras signaling pathway, which may be useful for your reference. Also, other proteins which involved in the same pathway with AKT2 were listed below. Creative BioMart supplied nearly all the proteins listed, you can search them on our site.

Pathway Name Pathway Related Protein
MAPK signaling pathwayIL1A;STK3;MKNK1;MAPKAPK3;HRASB;TGFB2;MAP4K3;STMN1;CACNB3
ErbB signaling pathwayRAF1B;RPS6KB1;ERBB3B;ELK1;PLCG1;RPS6KB2;BTC;CDKN1BB;PTK2AA
Ras signaling pathwayRIN1;FGF20;FGF10;GRB2;FGF6;PDGFRB;PRKACG;PIK3R1;MET
Rap signaling pathwayFGF8;MAGI1;FGFR3;PRKD2;FGF9;LPAR3;FLT4;FGF11;PARD6A
cGMP-PKG signaling pathwayPIK3CG;SLC25A4;CALM3;ATP2B1;BDKRB2;PLCB3;CALM2;MEF2A;CALML3
cAMP signaling pathwayAdcy4;OXTR;GRIA4;MAP2K2;BRAF;SUCNR1;NFATC1;HHIP;FXYD1
Chemokine signaling pathwayPLCB1;PF4;CRKL;GNG8;CCL16;GNG13;CXCL11;RELA;CCL4L2
HIF- signaling pathwayPIK3R1;TEK;MKNK1;ENO1;SERPINE1;TCEB2;MAPK1;ENO2;EIF4E2
FoxO signaling pathwayMAPK3;BNIP4;RAF1;PRKAG1;GRB2B;TGFBR1A;IL7R;MAPK12;FBXO25
Sphingolipid signaling pathwayCERS4;PLD1;PIK3R2;LOC100328615;SMPD2;SPTLC2;PIK3CA;PPP2R1A;AKT1
Phospholipase D signaling pathwayLPAR5;HRAS;PPAP2C;GRM1;MAP2K2;TSC2;PLD1;Pdgfa&Pdgfb;PLCB4
mTOR signaling pathwayEIF4E1B;RPTOR;INSB;VEGFAB;IGF1;AKT1;RRAGD;PIK3CG;PIK3CA
PIK-Akt signaling pathwayITGA6;INS2;ITGA9;YWHAH;FGF18;CCNE2;HGF;Ifna11;PPP2R1B
AMPK signaling pathwayFOXO3;PRKAG3;CAMKK2;CREB3L3;PPP2R5C;TSC1;ADIPOR2;IGF1R;LEPR
ApoptosisCTNNB1;NGF;SATB1;APAF1;PIK3R3;IKBKG;HIST1H1A;H1F0;CASP8
Adrenergic signaling in cardiomyocytesPPP2CB;ATP2B1A;PIK3R5;MAPK14A;CACNG7A;CACNA2D3;GNAI3;CREB3;CACNA1C
VEGF signaling pathwayPIK3CB;PTK2AB;PIK3R2;MAP2K2B;MAPK12B;AKT3A;PTK2AA;PPP3R2;PXN
Osteoclast differentiationTGFB1;MITF;GRB2;LILRB1;IFNB1;PPP3R1;RELB;LILRB3;TGFBR1
Focal adhesionPIK3CA;PARVG;PGF;ACTN2;IGF1RA;COL6A2;ILK;ITGB1;RHOA
Tight junctionMYH4;AKT1;PARD6A;CSDA;MYHZ2;ACTB2;MYH13;SMYHC1;CLDND
Signaling pathways regulating pluripotency of stem cellsBMI1;TCF3;FGF2;FGFR4;BMPR1A;WNT3A;NRAS;ID3;FZD3
Platelet activationROCK2;GNAQ;FGG;FCER1G;PIK3R2;COL27A1;SYK;GP1BA;COL24A1
Toll-like receptor signaling pathwayRAC1;PIK3CG;CXCL8B.3;MAP3K7;TLR3;Ifna15;RELA;TRAF3;NFKBIA
Jak-STAT signaling pathwayIFNAR2;FHL1A;IL21;PIAS2;CRFB2;IFNB;MYCB;SOCS5B;STAM
T cell receptor signaling pathwayCD8B;CD28;NRAS;IKBKG;VAV3;IL4;MAPK13;PPP3CC;MAP2K7
B cell receptor signaling pathwayCDK2;BCL10;PIK3CA;BTK;PTPN6;PLEKHA2;NFKBIE;PIK3CG;PRKCB
Fc epsilon RI signaling pathwayPLCG2;AKT2;PRKCA;RAC2;MAPK9;VAV1;AKT1;RAC1;PIK3R2
Fc gamma R-mediated phagocytosisRAC2;PIP5K1C;ASAP3;FCGR3A;LIMK2;PLA2G4D;GAB2;AKT2;SYK
TNF signaling pathwayTRAF1;PIK3R1;CX3CL1;RPS6KA5;SOCS3;RELA;CREB5;MAPK10;PTGS2
Neurotrophin signaling pathwayRAP1A;KIDINS220;GAB1;SH2B1;PIK3R2;PRKCD;RELA;SHC3;ARHGDIB
Cholinergic synapseKCNJ12;PRKACG;CREB3L1;GNB1;PRKCB;CAMK2D;PIK3R1;KCNJ4;GNG3
Dopaminergic synapseGNG12;PLCB1;CALY;CREB3;CALM4;KCNJ5;GSK3B;ARRB2;PPP1CC
Insulin signaling pathwayPRKAG3;PPP1R3CB;PRKAB1A;ARAF;PRKAR2AA;MKNK2;PRKACBA;RAF1B;PPP1CB
Progesterone-mediated oocyte maturationHSP90AB1;GNAI2B;CPEB3;Adcy4;MAPK10;HSP90AA1;MAPK12;GNAI3;ANAPC1
Estrogen signaling pathwaySRC;GRM1;CREB5;PRKACB;PRKACA;CREB3L1;RAF1;GABBR2;GNAI3
Prolactin signaling pathwaySHC3;SHC1;AKT2;PIK3R3;MAP2K2;MAPK13;ELF5;PRP2;ESR1
Thyroid hormone signaling pathwaySRC;MED13;MED14;THRB;CCND1;TSC2;KRAS;PDPK1;ITGAV
Adipocytokine signaling pathwayACSL4;NFKBIAB;ACSBG1;PPARGC1A;ACSL1;RXRA;RXRAA;STAT3;G6PC3
Regulation of lipolysis in adipocytesGNAS;IRS4;NPY1R;AKT2;PDE3B;AKT1;GNAI2;PIK3R3;PRKACA
Insulin resistanceNOS3;PPP1R3DA;MTOR;PIK3R3A;AKT1;GSK3B;G6PC;PPP1R3B;RELA
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD)BAX;NDUFC2;COX4I2;NDUFA3;NDUFS2;PIK3CB;PIK3R1;PRKAG1;SDHB
Carbohydrate digestion and absorptionATP1A4;FXYD2;PIK3R2;AMY2B;GNAT3;HK2;AMY2A5;SLC2A5;SLC37A4
Chagas disease (American trypanosomiasis)GNAI2;CCL3;FAS;PIK3R1;IKBKB;SERPINE1;CD3E; CD3D;GNA14;TGFB3
ToxoplasmosisSOCS1;HSPA1L;NFKBIA;MAPK1;HLA-DRB5;STAT1;TRAF6;TNF;AKT1
TuberculosisIFNGR1;IL12B;IFNA16;PPP3R1;HLA-DOA;FCGR1;TGFB1;IL10RB;IFNG
Hepatitis CPIAS1;NR1H3;MAPK8;IFNA21;TLR3;LDLR;CLDN7;PIK3CG;MAPK11
Hepatitis BIfna15;IFNA10;MYD88;IFNA2;RELA;DDX3X;CCNE2;MMP9;IFNAR1
MeaslesCD209;IFNA12;CD46;IFNA5;HSPA1L;IFNA10;IFNA21;PIK3R5;IFNB1
Influenza AIFNG;TNFRSF10A;TNF;ACTG1;PRKCB;IFNA7;BLB1;IFNA6;OAS2
HTLV-I infectionSLC25A31;NRP1;WNT8B;IL2RG;HLA-DQB1;PPP3R1;H2-Q10;PIK3R2;POLB
Epstein-Barr virus infectionH2-Q10;MAPK9;HLA-DRB5;MDM2;GTF2E2;HSPA8;ITGAL;TAB1;IL10RA
Pathways in cancerPDGFB;Ar;GNG3;KITLG;NFKB1;EPAS1;HSP90B1;FGFR1;WNT10B
Proteoglycans in cancerPRKACA;MSN;PLAUR;SDC4;RHOA;WNT11;TIMP3;PDCD4;PTK2
Colorectal cancerTGFBR1;TGFB1;CYCS;PIK3R1;TP53;PIK3CD;MLH1;RAF1;PIK3R3
Renal cell carcinomaAKT2;EP300;PIK3CB;GAB1;PIK3R3;HIF1A;ETS1;PIK3CG;MAP2K1
Pancreatic cancerRELA;TRP53;RAC3;KRAS;ARHGEF6;SMAD2;ERBB2;PIK3CB;SMAD4
Endometrial cancerPIK3CD;ARAF;ELK1;PDPK1;ERBB2;TP53;PIK3R2;PIK3R3;BRAF
GliomaIGF1R;CALM4;SHC4;PDGFRA;MTOR;CALM2;IGF1;PIK3CD;SHC1
Prostate cancerNRAS;KRAS;TCF7;CCNE2;NOXA1;SMARCD1;HSP90AA1;ARID1A;CCNE1
MelanomaAKT1;CDH1;PIK3R5;MAP2K1;AKT2;FGF3;MAP2K2;MAPK3;FGF16
Chronic myeloid leukemiaCCND1;ARAF;TGFB1;TP53;TGFBR2;SMAD3;SHC4;TRP53;CDK6
Acute myeloid leukemiaRAF1;CHUK;TCF7;RUNX1T1;PIK3CD;MAPK3;JUP;NFKB1;PIM1
Small cell lung cancerNFKBIA;ITGB1;LAMC2;ITGA2;TP53;RARB;TRP53;PTGS2;CKS2
Non-small cell lung cancerPRKCB;RXRA;PIK3R1;MAPK3;PIK3CA;BRAF;AKT1;EML4;RAF1
Central carbon metabolism in cancerKRAS;PGAM1;PDHB;RET;HK2;SLC16A3;MET;PTEN;GLS2
Choline metabolism in cancerMAPK9;MAP2K1;RPS6KB2;PLD2;SLC5A7;WASF1;SLC22A2;MAPK10;PDPK1

AKT2 has several biochemical functions, for example, ATP binding, protein binding, protein kinase C binding. Some of the functions are cooperated with other proteins, some of the functions could acted by AKT2 itself. We selected most functions AKT2 had, and list some proteins which have the same functions with AKT2. You can find most of the proteins on our site.

Function Related Protein
ATP bindingMCM3L;CAMK2G1;OASL2;MATK;EHD1;CLK2B;MYO3B;RFC4;MARS
protein bindingMED30;HCST;CRYGD;DESI1;CEP68;ARHGDIG;TIPRL;MUTYH;EIF2S1
protein kinase C bindingHDAC9;DSP;PKN1;SDC4;AVPR1A;C1QBP;DACT2;HAND2;HDAC7A
protein serine/threonine kinase activityBUB1B;MARK4;KALRN;SBK3;DYRK1B;TSSK4;TSSK1;PRKACBA;IKBKB

AKT2 has direct interactions with proteins and molecules. Those interactions were detected by several methods such as yeast two hybrid, co-IP, pull-down and so on. We selected proteins and molecules interacted with AKT2 here. Most of them are supplied by our site. Hope this information will be useful for your research of AKT2.

HSP90AB1; crosstide; CASP3; GSK3B; LRRK2; SH3RF1; MYH13; VIM; SETDB1; CDC37; SORBS2; APOA1; APOB

Gene Family

TGF

Research Area

Related articles

van de Luijtgaarden, ACM; Roeffen, MHS; et al. IGF signaling pathway analysis of osteosarcomas reveals the prognostic value of pAKT localization. FUTURE ONCOLOGY 9:1733-1740(2013).
Marchbank, T; Mahmood, A; et al. Pancreatic secretory trypsin inhibitor causes autocrine-mediated migration and invasion in bladder cancer and phosphorylates the EGF receptor, Akt2 and Akt3, and ERK1 and ERK2. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-RENAL PHYSIOLOGY 305:F382-F389(2013).
  • Q&As
  • Reviews

Q&As (10)

Ask a question
How is AKT2 protein activated? 03/30/2022

AKT2 can be activated through a process called phosphorylation. When growth factors or hormones such as insulin bind to their receptors on the cell surface, it triggers a signaling cascade resulting in the activation of phosphoinositide 3-kinase (PI3K). PI3K produces a lipid product, which recruits AKT2 to the cell membrane. At the membrane, AKT2 undergoes phosphorylation by activating kinases, leading to its full activation. Once activated, AKT2 phosphorylates downstream targets, initiating various cellular responses.

How is AKT2 protein studied in research? 01/11/2022

Researchers use various molecular and cellular techniques to study AKT2 protein and its functions. This includes techniques like Western blotting to detect and quantify AKT2 protein levels, immunofluorescence microscopy to examine its cellular localization, and kinase activity assays to measure its enzymatic activity.

What are some inhibitors or activators of AKT2 protein? 03/11/2021

Several small molecule inhibitors and activators have been developed to modulate AKT2 activity. Some commonly used AKT inhibitors include LY294002, MK-2206, and GSK2141795. These inhibitors block AKT2 phosphorylation and downstream signaling, leading to the inhibition of cell survival and proliferation. On the other hand, some activators of AKT2 include insulin and growth factors like insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1). These molecules activate the insulin signaling pathway and stimulate AKT2 phosphorylation and activity.

Are there any clinical trials targeting AKT2 protein? 01/20/2021

Clinical trials targeting AKT2 are still in the early stages, and most current trials are focused on AKT inhibitors rather than specifically targeting AKT2. These trials aim to evaluate the safety and efficacy of AKT inhibitors in treating various cancers, including breast, lung, and ovarian cancers.

What role does AKT2 play in insulin signaling? 07/25/2020

AKT2 is a critical component of the insulin signaling pathway. Insulin binds to its receptor on cell surfaces, activating the receptor's intracellular domains. This, in turn, triggers the activation of PI3K and subsequent recruitment and activation of AKT2. Activated AKT2 facilitates the translocation of glucose transporter proteins (GLUT4) to the cell membrane, allowing for the uptake of glucose from the bloodstream into the cells. AKT2 also promotes glycogen synthesis and inhibits glucose production, ultimately maintaining glucose homeostasis.

Are there any genetic mutations associated with AKT2? 04/01/2020

Yes, genetic mutations in the AKT2 gene have been identified and linked to human diseases. These mutations can lead to abnormal AKT2 function and contribute to the development of insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes. Some studies have also suggested that AKT2 mutations might play a role in certain cancers, although further research is needed to clarify the significance of these mutations in cancer development.

Can AKT2 protein be targeted for therapeutic purposes? 09/23/2019

Yes, AKT2 is considered a potential therapeutic target for various diseases, particularly those related to glucose metabolism and insulin resistance. Modulating AKT2 activity can help regulate glucose homeostasis and improve insulin sensitivity. Developing drugs that specifically target AKT2 can potentially lead to more effective treatments for conditions like type 2 diabetes and obesity. However, further research is necessary to fully understand the complexities of AKT2 signaling and its potential as a therapeutic target.

What functions does AKT2 protein have in the body? 03/13/2019

AKT2 has several important functions in the body. It plays a key role in insulin signaling and glucose metabolism by promoting the uptake of glucose into cells and regulating its utilization. AKT2 also contributes to cell survival, growth, and proliferation through various intracellular signaling pathways. Additionally, AKT2 is involved in regulating lipid metabolism, protein synthesis, and cell migration.

Can AKT2 protein be detected in biological samples? 07/23/2016

Yes, AKT2 protein can be detected in various biological samples such as tissue lysates, cell cultures, and body fluids. Techniques like Western blotting, immunohistochemistry, and enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) are commonly used to detect and quantify AKT2 protein levels. These methods rely on specific antibodies that recognize and bind to AKT2, allowing for its detection and measurement. Such assays are invaluable in research and clinical settings for understanding AKT2 expression and its potential implications in disease states.

What happens when AKT2 is dysregulated or dysfunctional? 04/17/2016

Dysregulation or dysfunction of AKT2 can have significant implications for cellular processes and overall health. Reduced or impaired AKT2 signaling is associated with insulin resistance, a condition where cells become less responsive to insulin, resulting in elevated blood glucose levels. Insulin resistance can lead to the development of metabolic disorders like type 2 diabetes, obesity, and cardiovascular diseases. Abnormal AKT2 activity has also been linked to cancer, as it can promote uncontrolled cell growth, survival, and resistance to apoptosis.

Customer Reviews (5)

Write a review
Reviews
12/04/2021

    the AKT2 protein is highly recommended for its superior performance in ELISA and its utility in protein electron microscopy structure analysis.

    02/19/2020

      Incorporating the AKT2 protein into research endeavors ensures accurate and comprehensive results, bringing us closer to unraveling the complexities of cellular processes.

      06/24/2017

        Its exceptional reliability and compatibility with various research methodologies make it an invaluable asset for scientists seeking to delve into protein-protein interactions, signaling pathways, and structural investigations.

        03/27/2017

          Such attentive support significantly minimizes potential setbacks and facilitates a seamless and efficient experimental process.

          05/27/2016

            Its robust nature and stability make it suitable for imaging studies, providing researchers with a detailed understanding of the protein's structural characteristics.

            Ask a Question for All AKT2 Products

            Required fields are marked with *

            My Review for All AKT2 Products

            Required fields are marked with *

            logo

            FOLLOW US

            Terms and Conditions        Privacy Policy

            Copyright © 2024 Creative BioMart. All Rights Reserved.

            Contact Us

            • /
            • Service lnquiry:

            Stay Updated on the Latest Bioscience Trends