sGC

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AcronymDefinition
sGCSoluble Guanylate Cyclase
sGCStarGate Command
sGCSurgut, Russia (Airport Code)
sGCStandard Geographical Classification (Canada)
sGCSolicitor General Canada
sGCSentencing Guidelines Council (UK)
sGCSuperannuation Guarantee Charge (Australian finance)
sGCSovereign Grace Church (various locations)
sGCScottsdale Gun Club (Arizona)
sGCSportscard Guaranty (collectible grading service)
sGCServer Gated Cryptography
sGCSystème de Gestion de Contenu (French: Content Management System)
sGCScsi Graphic Command
sGCStandard Graphics Connect
sGCSignaling Gateway Controller
sGCSymantec Ghost Corporate
sGCSpace Generation Congress (Space Generation Advisory Council; UN)
sGCSoft Gel Capsule (medications)
sGCSouth Georgia College (Douglas, GA, USA)
sGCSuperannuation Guarantee Contribution (Australian finance)
sGCSonic Gems Collection (gaming cheats)
sGCSpace Grant Consortium (various locations)
sGCSad Girls Club (various locations)
sGCSlavic Gospel Church (Federal Way, WA)
sGCSimple Gateway Control
sGCSeneca Gaming Corporation (Niagarall Falls, NY)
sGCSaskatchewan Gaming Corporation (Saskatchewan, Canada)
sGCStonebridge Golf Club (Martinsburg, West Virginia or Ann Arbor, Michigan)
sGCSouthdown Gliding Club
sGCScrewAttack Gaming Convention (annual)
sGCSentosa Golf Club (Singapore)
sGCStonehenge Growth Capital (various locations)
sGCStabilized Ground Cloud (US NASA)
sGCSmart Growth Coalition
sGCSpooner Golf Club (Spooner, WI)
sGCSmall Grain Cereal (network)
sGCSurplus Government Cheese
sGCStratified Garbage Collection
sGCStrike Group Commander
sGCSmall Generator Coalition
sGCSecurity Growth Conference
sGCSHRP Gyratory Compactor
sGCShinshirakawa Golf Club (Japan)
sGCStatic Gain Curve
sGCSantander Global Connect
sGCSmall Gauge Coaxial (cable)
sGCShimin Gaikou Centre (Japan)
sGCSatellite Ground Station
sGCSmoke Generator Carrier
sGCSilvercreek Glider Club (aviation)
sGCSpace General Corporation (El Monte, CA)
sGCSilicon Graphics Crimson
sGCSnakeyes Gaming Corporation
sGCSite Group Chairperson
sGCSmart Gnome Control
sGCShoreditch Golf Club (webstite)
sGCSerata Geomechanical Corporation (Fremont, CA)
sGCSpartan Guidance Computer
sGCSubhapruek Golf Club (Thailand)
sGCStrategy Gaming Central
sGCSmall Graph Class
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'Since Cyclerion launched as an independent public company in April, we have made excellent progress advancing our five programs targeting the soluble guanylate cyclase pathway.
Soluble guanylate cyclase stimulators work synergistically with NO on the heme group of sGC, whereas sGC activators work when the heme group is oxidized.
Note the significant amplitude decrease after the soluble guanylate cyclase (sGC) enzyme inhibition.
4A and 4B shows that the vasorelaxant activity of MeOH-Sc was not modified in hypertensive animals in the presence of ODQ (inhibitor of soluble guanylate cyclase).
Similar results were presented by our group on mouse embryonic stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes, where NO had concentration-dependent direct cytoprotective action and soluble guanylate cyclase, PKG, and KATP channels play a role in the downstream pathway of SNAP-induced cytoprotection [15].
Soluble guanylate cyclase from bovine lung: activation with nitric oxide and carbon monoxide and spectral characterization of the ferrous and ferric states.
Activation of purified soluble guanylate cyclase by endothelium-derived relaxing factor from intrapulmonary artery and vein: stimulation by acetylcholine, bradykinin and arachidonic acid.
Roberts, both of the Laboratory of Pathology in NIH's National Cancer Institute (NCI), found in mouse and human cell experiments that amyloid-beta, the main component of the plaques that accumulate on brain cells in Alzheimer's, binds to a cell surface receptor called CD36, which causes decreased activity of the enzyme soluble guanylate cyclase to reduce NO signaling.
IW-6463 is an orally administered central nervous system -penetrant soluble guanylate cyclase stimulator that is being developed for the treatment of serious and orphan CNS disorders, the company said.
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