VDR degradation
VDR (Vitamin D Receptor)

Author: Gianpiero Pescarmona
Date: 06/03/2008

2008-10-29T13:16:37 - Gianpiero Pescarmona

Unique polyubiquitin K63-linkage-specific antibody

Distinguish K63-linked polyubiquitynilated chains

Modification of proteins by addition of K63-linked polyubiquitin chains
is implicated in a variety of cellular events, including DNA repair,
signal transduction and receptor endocytosis. Other lysine linkage
results in different cellular mechanism (eg K48 -linked polyubiquitin
proteins are degradated by 26S proteasomes).

tebu-bio is pleased to offer the first antibody able to distinguish K63-linked polyubiquitin
on the market :

  • Discriminate K63 chains among the other (K6, K11, K27, K29, K33,
    or K48) polyubiquitinylated species
  • Wide species reactivity
  • For WB, IHC and ELISA

Introductory offer: get 15% discount off this reference until November
7th, 2008
(Please quote FRCA34-2 on your purchase order ).

Related products:
Anti Ubiquitin-protein conjugates
Anti Polyubiquitinylated conjugates
Anti Mono- & Polyubiquitinylated conjugates
Anti Mono- & Polyubiquitinylated conjugates, PO

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