Rabbit polyclonal primary
Netrin receptor DCC Rabbit Polyclonal Antibody (0911-5)
Recombinant protein within human netrin receptor dcc aa 26-300 (extracellular).
Human brain, mouse brain
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1*PBS (pH7.4), 0.2% BSA, 40% Glycerol. Preservative: 0.05% Sodium Azide.
Immunogen affinity purified
Netrin receptor DCC
Colorectal cancer related chromosome sequence 18 antibody; Colorectal cancer suppressor antibody; CRC 18 antibody; CRC18 antibody; CRCR 1 antibody; CRCR1 antibody; DCC antibody; DCC_HUMAN antibody; Deleted in colorectal cancer protein antibody; Deleted in colorectal carcinoma antibody; Immunoglobulin superfamily DCC subclass member 1 antibody; Netrin receptor DCC antibody; Tumor suppressor protein DCC antibody
Belongs to the immunoglobulin superfamily. DCC family.
Found in axons of the central and peripheral nervous system and in differentiated cell types of the intestine. Not expressed in colorectal tumor cells that lost their capacity to differentiate into mucus producing cells.
Ubiquitinated; mediated by SIAH1 or SIAH2 and leading to its subsequent proteasomal degradation.
Netrin receptor DCC (deleted colorectal careinoma) was originally identified as a putative tumor suppressor gene that is lost in more than 70% of colorectal cancers. The DCC protein is a type I transmembrane glycoprotein that belongs to the immunoglobulin (Ig) superfamily. It is found in axons of the central and peripheral nervous system and in differentiated cell types of the intestine. Native DCC is found in three isoforms. Two forms, a long and a short isoform, are produced from the same gene but have different initiation sites. The third isoform, produced by alternative splicing, is expressed only in embryonic tissue. Colorectal tumors that lost their capacity to differentiate into mucus producing cells uniformly lack DCC expression. Inactivation of DCC due to allelic deletion or point mutations may cause both lymphatic and hematogenous metastasis of esophageal squamous cell carcinomas.