anti-Polyglutamylation Modification, mAb (GT335) (Biotin)

Catalog number: AG-20B-0020B-C100
Brand: AdipoGen Life Sciences
Packing: 100 ug
Price: € 410.00
Expected delivery time: 7 days
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Product specifications for - anti-Polyglutamylation Modification, mAb (GT335) (Biotin)

Overview: 
Product group: Antibodies
Category: Primary Antibodies
Subcategory: Other
Application: ImmunoCytoChemistry; ImmunoHistoChemistry; ImmunoPrecipitation; Western Blot
Species: All Species
Conjugation: Biotin
Isotype: IgG1 Kappa
Source: Purified from concentrated hybridoma tissue culture supernatant.
Properties: 
Purity: >95% (SDS-PAGE)
Datasheet: Datasheet
  Research Use Only
UNSPSC: 12352203
Concentration: 1 mg/ml
Form supplied: Liquid. In PBS containing 0.02% sodium azide.
Storage instructions: -20°C
Scientific information: 
Scientific info: Monoclonal Antibody. Recognizes the posttranslational modification (poly)glutamylation on proteins. Reacts with polyglutamylated alpha- and beta-tubulin. Isotype: Mouse IgG1kappa. Clone: GT335. Applications: ICC, IHC, IP, WB. Liquid. In PBS containing 0.02% sodium azide. Polyglutamylation is a post-translational modification in which glutamate side chains of variable lengths are formed on the modified protein. It is evolutionarily conserved and the most prominent substrate is tubulin, the microtubule (MT) building block. Polyglutamylation has been proposed to be involved in the functional adaptation of MTs, as it occurs within the carboxy-terminal tubulin tails that participate directly in the binding of many structural and motor MT-associated proteins. The recent identification of new substrates of polyglutamylation indicates that this post-translational modification could be a potential regulator of diverse cellular processes and be involved in cell cycle and cell proliferation. - Polyglutamylation is a post-translational modification in which glutamate side chains of variable lengths are formed on the modified protein. It is evolutionarily conserved and the most prominent substrate is tubulin, the microtubule (MT) building block. Polyglutamylation has been proposed to be involved in the functional adaptation of MTs, as it occurs within the carboxy-terminal tubulin tails that participate directly in the binding of many structural and motor MT-associated proteins. The recent identification of new substrates of polyglutamylation indicates that this post-translational modification could be a potential regulator of diverse cellular processes and be involved in cell cycle and cell proliferation.
Clone ID: GT335
Safety information: 
MSDS: MSDS
Distribution of glutamylated alpha and beta-tubulin in mouse tissues using a specific monoclonal antibody, GT335: A. Wolff, et al.; Eur. J. Cell Biol. 59, 425 (1992) Read more
Polyglutamylation of nucleosome assembly proteins: C. Regnard, et al.; J. Biol. Chem. 275, 15969 (2000) Read more
Glutamylated tubulin: diversity of expression and distribution of isoforms: M.L. Kann, et al.; Cell Motil. Cytoskeleton 55, 14 (2003) Read more
Polyglutamylation Is a Post-translational Modification with a Broad Range of Substrates: J. van Dijk, et al.; J. Biol. Chem. 283, 3915 (2008) Read more
Tubulin detyrosination promotes monolayer formation and apical trafficking in epithelial cells: S. Zink, et al.; J. Cell Sci. 125, 5998 (2012) Read more
Microtubule detyrosination guides chromosomes during mitosis: M. Barisic, et al.; Science 348, 6236 (2015) (Supplement) Read more