TMEM16B (ANO2) - HEK293 Recombinant Cell line

Catalog #: 90332
Size: 2 vials
$7,875
Species: Human
Genbank #: NM_001278596
Background:

Calcium-activated chloride channels (CaCCs) are involved in a variety of physiological functions including smooth muscle contraction and olfaction. TMEM16B (ANO2) has been identified as a CaCC that is activated by intracellular Ca2+ and Ca2+-mobilizing stimuli. It has eight putative transmembrane segments and is permeable to monovalent anions.

Description:
Recombinant HEK293 cell line expressing human TMEM16B (transmembrane protein 16B, also called as anoctamin 2, calcium-activated chloride channel (ANO2), accession number NM_001278596).
UniProt
19475416
Synonym(s):
TMEM16B, transmembrane protein 16B, anoctamin 2, calcium-activated chloride channel, ANO2
Supplied As:
Each vial contains ~1.5 X 106 cells in 1 ml of 10% DMSO.
Biological Activity:

Human TMEM16B channel has been stably expressed in HEK293 cell line and its expression was confirmed by Western blotting. The CaCC activity of TMEM16B was characterized by an assay based on a halidesensitive yellow fluorescent protein (YFP) mutant whose fluorescence is quenched by increasing halide concentration. When TMEM16B-expressed HEK293 cells were stimulated with ionomycin to raise the intracellular level of Ca2+, TMEM16B produced I- influx in HEK293, triggering a rapid decrease of fluorescence by the transfected YFP mutant. The ionomycin-induced I- influx through TMEM16B was blocked by niflumic acid, a CaCC channel blocker.

Host Cell line:
HEK293 cells
Mycoplasma Testing:
The cell line has been screened using the PCR-based Venor™GeM Mycoplasma Detection kit (Sigma-Aldrich) to confirm the absence of Mycoplasma species.
Instructions for use:
See data sheet for detailed culturing and assay protocol.
Storage / Stability:

Store in liquid nitrogen immediately upon receipt.

Application(s):
•Drug compound screening for activators or inhibitors of TMEM16B
•Functional assays for TMEM16B
•Efficient antigen for mouse immunization
Reference(s):
1. Verkman A.S. and Galietta L.J.V. (2009) Cholide channels as drug targets. Nature Reviews 8:153-171. 2. Scudieri P. et al. (2012) The anoctamin family: TMEM16A and TMEM16B as calciumactivated chloride channels. Exp. Physiol. 97(2):177-183. 3. Stöhr H. et al. (2009) TMEM16B, a novel protein with calcium-dependent chloride channel activity, associates with a presynaptic protein complex in photoreceptor terminals. J. Neurosci. 29(21):6809-6818.
Notes:

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Warning(s):
Avoid freeze/thaw cycles
Scientific Category:
Ion Channel
Product Type:
Cell Line
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