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Acetyl Lysine Antibody, Mouse Monoclonal

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ICP0390 100ug $325.00

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Product Description
This pan-specific anti-acetyllysine antibody is from a mouse monoclone hybridoma and is affinity purified using acetyllysine–specific affinity chromatography. It recognizes both of free acetyllysine and acetyllysine as residues in a protein or peptides. The product has been utilized for proteomic studies of the acetylated protein, immunoaffinity chromatography separation and isolation of the acetylated protein and peptides from protease-digesting proteins of whole cells.
 
Chicken erythrocytes histones were separated by Triton-Acetic Acid-Urea (1) non-treated and (2) Sodium butyrate (5 mM) treated. Each lane contained 20 ug of total protein. PVDF membrane was probed with mouse monoclonal antibody (ICP0390 was detected with a goat anti-mouse HRPO secondary antibody (1:50000) and developed by chemiluminescence.
Species
Mouse
Isotype
IgGa2
Formulation
250 μg/mL antibody stored in PBS, 50% glycerol
Immunogen
Acetylated KLH conjugates
Purification
The antibody was purified on acetyl-lysine agarose.
Specificity
The antibody recognizes proteins acetylated on lysine residues. Tested: acetylated histone, acetylated BSA, and acetylated MBP. There are no reactions to non-acetylated proteins.
Applications
ELISA; WB (0.1-0.5µg/mL); IF (1-5 µg/mL); IP(approximately 10µg/mg crude protein)
Scientific Description
DNA transcription cannot take place unless DNA is unwound from the nucleosomes. The cell unwinds the DNA by acetylating lysine residues within the proteins. It has been suggested that acetylation of non-histone proteins (e.g., transcription factors) and histones may be involved. Acetylation of these proteins may result in signal transduction within the chromatic domains.
Storage & Stability
Product is stable for 30 days at room temperature. For extended storage, store product at –20ºC. Expiration date is 12 months from date of shipping if properly stored.
 
 
 
Immunofluorescent staining of mouse tissue with ICP0390.