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Identification
HMDB Protein ID HMDBP10762
Secondary Accession Numbers
  • 17030
Name ATP-binding cassette sub-family C member 8
Synonyms
  1. Sulfonylurea receptor 1
Gene Name ABCC8
Protein Type Unknown
Biological Properties
General Function Involved in ATP binding
Specific Function Putative subunit of the beta-cell ATP-sensitive potassium channel (KATP). Regulator of ATP-sensitive K(+) channels and insulin release
Pathways
  • Acebutolol Action Pathway
  • Alprenolol Action Pathway
  • Amiodarone Action Pathway
  • Amlodipine Action Pathway
  • Arbutamine Action Pathway
  • Atenolol Action Pathway
  • Betaxolol Action Pathway
  • Bevantolol Action Pathway
  • Bisoprolol Action Pathway
  • Bopindolol Action Pathway
  • Bupranolol Action Pathway
  • Carteolol Action Pathway
  • Carvedilol Action Pathway
  • Diltiazem Action Pathway
  • Disopyramide Action Pathway
  • Dobutamine Action Pathway
  • Epinephrine Action Pathway
  • Esmolol Action Pathway
  • Felodipine Action Pathway
  • Flecainide Action Pathway
  • Fosphenytoin (Antiarrhythmic) Action Pathway
  • Glibenclamide Action Pathway
  • Gliclazide Action Pathway
  • Ibutilide Action Pathway
  • Isoprenaline Action Pathway
  • Isradipine Action Pathway
  • Labetalol Action Pathway
  • Levobunolol Action Pathway
  • Lidocaine (Antiarrhythmic) Action Pathway
  • Metipranolol Action Pathway
  • Metoprolol Action Pathway
  • Mexiletine Action Pathway
  • Muscle/Heart Contraction
  • Nadolol Action Pathway
  • Nateglinide Action Pathway
  • Nebivolol Action Pathway
  • Nifedipine Action Pathway
  • Nimodipine Action Pathway
  • Nisoldipine Action Pathway
  • Nitrendipine Action Pathway
  • Oxprenolol Action Pathway
  • Pancreas Function
  • Penbutolol Action Pathway
  • Phenytoin (Antiarrhythmic) Action Pathway
  • Pindolol Action Pathway
  • Practolol Action Pathway
  • Procainamide (Antiarrhythmic) Action Pathway
  • Propranolol Action Pathway
  • Quinidine Action Pathway
  • Repaglinide Action Pathway
  • Sotalol Action Pathway
  • Timolol Action Pathway
  • Tocainide Action Pathway
  • Verapamil Action Pathway
Reactions Not Available
GO Classification
Component
membrane
cell part
membrane part
intrinsic to membrane
integral to membrane
Function
active transmembrane transporter activity
primary active transmembrane transporter activity
p-p-bond-hydrolysis-driven transmembrane transporter activity
atpase activity, coupled to transmembrane movement of substances
binding
nucleotide binding
catalytic activity
hydrolase activity
nucleoside binding
purine nucleoside binding
adenyl nucleotide binding
adenyl ribonucleotide binding
atp binding
receptor activity
transmembrane receptor activity
transmembrane transporter activity
atpase activity
molecular transducer activity
signal transducer activity
transporter activity
sulfonylurea receptor activity
nucleoside-triphosphatase activity
hydrolase activity, acting on acid anhydrides
hydrolase activity, acting on acid anhydrides, in phosphorus-containing anhydrides
pyrophosphatase activity
Process
establishment of localization
transport
transmembrane transport
monovalent inorganic cation transport
potassium ion transport
ion transport
cation transport
Cellular Location
  1. Membrane
  2. Multi-pass membrane protein
Gene Properties
Chromosome Location Chromosome:1
Locus 11p15.1
SNPs ABCC8
Gene Sequence
>4746 bp
ATGCCCCTGGCCTTCTGCGGCAGCGAGAACCACTCGGCCGCCTACCGGGTGGACCAGGGG
GTCCTCAACAACGGCTGCTTTGTGGACGCGCTCAACGTGGTGCCGCACGTCTTCCTACTC
TTCATCACCTTCCCCATCCTCTTCATTGGATGGGGAAGTCAGAGCTCCAAGGTGCACATC
CACCACAGCACATGGCTTCATTTCCCTGGGCACAACCTGCGGTGGATCCTGACCTTCATG
CTGCTCTTCGTCCTGGTGTGTGAGATTGCAGAGGGCATCCTGTCTGATGGGGTGACCGAA
TCCCACCATCTGCACCTGTACATGCCAGCCGGGATGGCGTTCATGGCTGCTGTCACCTCC
GTGGTCTACTATCACAACATCGAGACTTCCAACTTCCCCAAGCTGCTAATTGCCCTGCTG
GTGTATTGGACCCTGGCCTTCATCACCAAGACCATCAAGTTTGTCAAGTTCTTGGACCAC
GCCATCGGCTTCTCGCAGCTACGCTTCTGCCTCACAGGGCTGCTGGTGATCCTCTATGGG
ATGCTGCTCCTCGTGGAGGTCAATGTCATCAGGGTGAGGAGATACATCTTCTTCAAGACA
CCGAGGGAGGTGAAGCCTCCCGAGGACCTGCAAGACCTGGGGGTACGCTTCCTGCAGCCC
TTCGTGAATCTGCTGTCCAAAGGCACCTACTGGTGGATGAACGCCTTCATCAAGACTGCC
CACAAGAAGCCCATCGACTTGCGAGCCATCGGGAAGCTGCCCATCGCCATGAGGGCCCTC
ACCAACTACCAACGGCTCTGCGAGGCCTTTGACGCCCAGGTGCGGAAGGACATTCAGGGC
ACTCAAGGTGCCCGGGCCATCTGGCAGGCACTCAGCCATGCCTTCGGGAGGCGCCTGGTC
CTCAGCAGCACTTTCCGCATCTTGGCCGACCTGCTGGGCTTCGCCGGGCCACTGTGCATC
TTTGGGATCGTGGACCACCTTGGGAAGGAGAACGACGTCTTCCAGCCCAAGACACAATTT
CTCGGGGTTTACTTTGTCTCATCCCAAGAGTTCCTTGCCAATGCCTACGTCTTAGCTGTG
CTTCTGTTCCTTGCCCTCCTACTGCAAAGGACATTTCTGCAAGCATCCTACTATGTGGCC
ATTGAAACTGGAATTAACTTGAGAGGAGCAATACAGACCAAGATTTACAATAAAATTATG
CACCTGTCCACCTCCAACCTGTCCATGGGAGAAATGACTGCTGGACAGATCTGTAATCTG
GTTGCCATCGACACCAATCAGCTCATGTGGTTTTTCTTCTTGTGCCCAAACCTCTGGGCT
ATGCCAGTACAGATCATTGTGGGTGTGATTCTCCTCTACTACATACTCGGAGTCAGTGCC
TTAATTGGAGCAGCTGTCATCATTCTACTGGCTCCTGTCCAGTACTTCGTGGCCACCAAG
CTGTCTCAGGCCCAGCGGAGCACACTGGAGTATTCCAATGAGCGGCTGAAGCAGACCAAC
GAGATGCTCCGCGGCATCAAGCTGCTGAAGCTGTACGCCTGGGAGAACATCTTCCGCACG
CGGGTGGAGACGACCCGCAGGAAGGAGATGACCAGCCTCAGGGCCTTTGCCATCTATACC
TCCATCTCCATTTTCATGAACACGGCCATCCCCATTGCAGCTGTCCTCATAACTTTCGTG
GGCCACGTCAGCTTCTTCAAAGAGGCCGACTTCTCGCCCTCCGTGGCCTTTGCCTCCCTC
TCCCTCTTCCATATCTTGGTCACACCGCTGTTCCTGCTGTCCAGTGTGGTCCGATCTACC
GTCAAAGCTCTAGTGAGCGTGCAAAAGCTAAGCGAGTTCCTGTCCAGTGCAGAGATCCGT
GAGGAGCAGTGTGCCCCCCATGAGCCCACACCTCAGGGCCCAGCCAGCAAGTACCAGGCG
GTGCCCCTCAGGGTTGTGAACCGCAAGCGTCCAGCCCGGGAGGATTGTCGGGGCCTCACC
GGCCCACTGCAGAGCCTGGTCCCCAGTGCAGATGGCGATGCTGACAACTGCTGTGTCCAG
ATCATGGGAGGCTACTTCACGTGGACCCCAGATGGAATCCCCACACTGTCCAACATCACC
ATTCGTATCCCCCGAGGCCAGCTGACTATGATCGTGGGGCAGGTGGGCTGCGGCAAGTCC
TCGCTCCTTCTAGCCGCACTGGGGGAGATGCAGAAGGTCTCAGGGGCTGTCTTCTGGAGC
AGCCTTCCTGACAGCGAGATAGGAGAGGACCCCAGCCCAGAGCGGGAGACAGCGACCGAC
TTGGATATCAGGAAGAGAGGCCCCGTGGCCTATGCTTCGCAGAAACCATGGCTGCTAAAT
GCCACTGTGGAGGAGAACATCATCTTTGAGAGTCCCTTCAACAAACAACGGTACAAGATG
GTCATTGAAGCCTGCTCTCTGCAGCCAGACATCGACATCCTGCCCCATGGAGACCAGACC
CAGATTGGGGAACGGGGCATCAACCTGTCTGGTGGTCAACGCCAGCGAATCAGTGTGGCC
CGAGCCCTCTACCAGCACGCCAACGTTGTCTTCTTGGATGACCCCTTCTCAGCTCTGGAT
ATCCATCTGAGTGACCACTTAATGCAGGCCGGCATCCTTGAGCTGCTCCGGGACGACAAG
AGGACAGTGGTCTTAGTGACCCACAAGCTACAGTACCTGCCCCATGCAGACTGGATCATT
GCCATGAAGGATGGCACCATCCAGAGGGAGGGTACCCTCAAGGACTTCCAGAGGTCTGAA
TGCCAGCTCTTTGAGCACTGGAAGACCCTCATGAACCGACAGGACCAAGAGCTGGAGAAG
GAGACTGTCACAGAGAGAAAAGCCACAGAGCCACCCCAGGGCCTATCTCGTGCCATGTCC
TCGAGGGATGGCCTTCTGCAGGATGAGGAAGAGGAGGAAGAGGAGGCAGCTGAGAGCGAG
GAGGATGACAACCTGTCGTCCATGCTGCACCAGCGTGCTGAGATCCCATGGCGAGCCTGC
GCCAAGTACCTGTCCTCCGCCGGCATCCTGCTCCTGTCGTTGCTGGTCTTCTCACAGCTG
CTCAAGCACATGGTCCTGGTGGCCATCGACTACTGGCTGGCCAAGTGGACCGACAGCGCC
CTGACCCTGACCCCTGCAGCCAGGAACTGCTCCCTCAGCCAGGAGTGCACCCTCGACCAG
ACTGTCTATGCCATGGTGTTCACGGTGCTCTGCAGCCTGGGCATTGTGCTGTGCCTCGTC
ACGTCTGTCACTGTGGAGTGGACAGGGCTGAAGGTGGCCAAGAGACTGCACCGCAGCCTG
CTAAACCGGATCATCCTAGCCCCCATGAGGTTTTTTGAGACCACGCCCCTTGGGAGCATC
CTGAACAGATTTTCATCTGACTGTAACACCATCGACCAGCACATCCCATCCACGCTGGAG
TGCCTGAGCCGCTCCACCCTGCTCTGTGTCTCAGCCCTGGCCGTCATCTCCTATGTCACA
CCTGTGTTCCTCGTGGCCCTCTTGCCCCTGGCCATCGTGTGCTACTTCATCCAGAAGTAC
TTCCGGGTGGCGTCCAGGGACCTGCAGCAGCTGGATGACACCACCCAGCTTCCACTTCTC
TCACACTTTGCCGAAACCGTAGAAGGACTCACCACCATCCGGGCCTTCAGGTATGAGGCC
CGGTTCCAGCAGAAGCTTCTCGAATACACAGACTCCAACAACATTGCTTCCCTCTTCCTC
ACAGCTGCCAACAGATGGCTGGAAGTCCGAATGGAGTACATCGGTGCATGTGTGGTGCTC
ATCGCAGCGGTGACCTCCATCTCCAACTCCCTGCACAGGGAGCTCTCTGCTGGCCTGGTG
GGCCTGGGCCTTACCTACGCCCTAATGGTCTCCAACTACCTCAACTGGATGGTGAGGAAC
CTGGCAGACATGGAGCTCCAGCTGGGGGCTGTGAAGCGCATCCATGGGCTCCTGAAAACC
GAGGCAGAGAGCTACGAGGGGCTCCTGGCACCATCGCTGATCCCAAAGAACTGGCCAGAC
CAAGGGAAGATCCAGATCCAGAACCTGAGCGTGCGCTACGACAGCTCCCTGAAGCCGGTG
CTGAAGCACGTCAATGCCCTCATCGCCCCTGGACAGAAGATCGGGATCTGCGGCCGCACC
GGCAGTGGGAAGTCCTCCTTCTCTCTTGCCTTCTTCCGCATGGTGGACACGTTCGAAGGG
CACATCATCATTGATGGCATTGACATCGCCAAACTGCCGCTGCACACCCTGCGCTCACGC
CTCTCCATCATCCTGCAGGACCCCGTCCTCTTCAGCGGCACCATCCGATTTAACCTGGAC
CCTGAGAGGAAGTGCTCAGATAGCACACTGTGGGAGGCCCTGGAAATCGCCCAGCTGAAG
CTGGTGGTGAAGGCACTGCCAGGAGGCCTCGATGCCATCATCACAGAAGGCGGGGAGAAT
TTCAGCCAGGGACAGAGGCAGCTGTTCTGCCTGGCCCGGGCCTTCGTGAGGAAGACCAGC
ATCTTCATCATGGACGAGGCCACGGCTTCCATTGACATGGCCACGGAAAACATCCTCCAA
AAGGTGGTGATGACAGCCTTCGCAGACCGCACTGTGGTCACCATCGCGCATCGAGTGCAC
ACCATCCTGAGTGCAGACCTGGTGATCGTCCTGAAGCGGGGTGCCATCCTTGAGTTCGAT
AAGCCAGAGAAGCTGCTCAGCCGGAAGGACAGCGTCTTCGCCTCCTTCGTCCGTGCAGAC
AAGTGA
Protein Properties
Number of Residues 1581
Molecular Weight 177006.4
Theoretical pI 7.86
Pfam Domain Function
Signals
  • None
Transmembrane Regions
  • 35-55
  • 76-96
  • 102-122
  • 135-154
  • 168-194
  • 312-331
  • 356-376
  • 435-455
  • 459-479
  • 542-562
  • 585-605
  • 1005-1025
  • 1073-1093
  • 1138-1158
  • 1160-1180
  • 1252-1272
  • 1277-1297
Protein Sequence
>ATP-binding cassette sub-family C member 8
MPLAFCGSENHSAAYRVDQGVLNNGCFVDALNVVPHVFLLFITFPILFIGWGSQSSKVHI
HHSTWLHFPGHNLRWILTFMLLFVLVCEIAEGILSDGVTESHHLHLYMPAGMAFMAAVTS
VVYYHNIETSNFPKLLIALLVYWTLAFITKTIKFVKFLDHAIGFSQLRFCLTGLLVILYG
MLLLVEVNVIRVRRYIFFKTPREVKPPEDLQDLGVRFLQPFVNLLSKGTYWWMNAFIKTA
HKKPIDLRAIGKLPIAMRALTNYQRLCEAFDAQVRKDIQGTQGARAIWQALSHAFGRRLV
LSSTFRILADLLGFAGPLCIFGIVDHLGKENDVFQPKTQFLGVYFVSSQEFLANAYVLAV
LLFLALLLQRTFLQASYYVAIETGINLRGAIQTKIYNKIMHLSTSNLSMGEMTAGQICNL
VAIDTNQLMWFFFLCPNLWAMPVQIIVGVILLYYILGVSALIGAAVIILLAPVQYFVATK
LSQAQRSTLEYSNERLKQTNEMLRGIKLLKLYAWENIFRTRVETTRRKEMTSLRAFAIYT
SISIFMNTAIPIAAVLITFVGHVSFFKEADFSPSVAFASLSLFHILVTPLFLLSSVVRST
VKALVSVQKLSEFLSSAEIREEQCAPHEPTPQGPASKYQAVPLRVVNRKRPAREDCRGLT
GPLQSLVPSADGDADNCCVQIMGGYFTWTPDGIPTLSNITIRIPRGQLTMIVGQVGCGKS
SLLLAALGEMQKVSGAVFWSSLPDSEIGEDPSPERETATDLDIRKRGPVAYASQKPWLLN
ATVEENIIFESPFNKQRYKMVIEACSLQPDIDILPHGDQTQIGERGINLSGGQRQRISVA
RALYQHANVVFLDDPFSALDIHLSDHLMQAGILELLRDDKRTVVLVTHKLQYLPHADWII
AMKDGTIQREGTLKDFQRSECQLFEHWKTLMNRQDQELEKETVTERKATEPPQGLSRAMS
SRDGLLQDEEEEEEEAAESEEDDNLSSMLHQRAEIPWRACAKYLSSAGILLLSLLVFSQL
LKHMVLVAIDYWLAKWTDSALTLTPAARNCSLSQECTLDQTVYAMVFTVLCSLGIVLCLV
TSVTVEWTGLKVAKRLHRSLLNRIILAPMRFFETTPLGSILNRFSSDCNTIDQHIPSTLE
CLSRSTLLCVSALAVISYVTPVFLVALLPLAIVCYFIQKYFRVASRDLQQLDDTTQLPLL
SHFAETVEGLTTIRAFRYEARFQQKLLEYTDSNNIASLFLTAANRWLEVRMEYIGACVVL
IAAVTSISNSLHRELSAGLVGLGLTYALMVSNYLNWMVRNLADMELQLGAVKRIHGLLKT
EAESYEGLLAPSLIPKNWPDQGKIQIQNLSVRYDSSLKPVLKHVNALISPGQKIGICGRT
GSGKSSFSLAFFRMVDTFEGHIIIDGIDIAKLPLHTLRSRLSIILQDPVLFSGTIRFNLD
PERKCSDSTLWEALEIAQLKLVVKALPGGLDAIITEGGENFSQGQRQLFCLARAFVRKTS
IFIMDEATASIDMATENILQKVVMTAFADRTVVTIAHRVHTILSADLVIVLKRGAILEFD
KPEKLLSRKDSVFASFVRADK
GenBank ID Protein 118582255
UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot ID Q09428
UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot Entry Name ABCC8_HUMAN
PDB IDs Not Available
GenBank Gene ID NM_000352.3
GeneCard ID ABCC8
GenAtlas ID ABCC8
HGNC ID HGNC:59
References
General References
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