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FDX1 Mouse anti-Human, Clone: 1E7, Invitrogen™

Mouse Monoclonal Antibody

Manufacturer:  Invitrogen MA524558

Catalog No. PIMA524558


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Description

Description

Peptide Sequence: VGDSLLDVVV ENNLDIDGFG ACEGTLACST CHLIFEDHIY EKLDAITDEE NDMLDLAYGL TDRSRLGCQI CLTKSMDNMT VRVPETVADA RQSIDVGKT

The product of this gene is a small iron-sulfur protein that transfers electrons from NADPH through ferredoxin reductase to a terminal cytochrome P450. This particular oxidation/reduction system is found in steroidogenic tissues, and is involved with the synthesis of bile acid and vitamin D. In addition to the expressed gene at this chromosomal locus (11q22), there are pseudogenes located on chromosomes 20 and 21. This gene product has been identified in a number of different tissues but all forms have been shown to be identical and are not tissue specific.
Specifications

Specifications

FDX1
Monoclonal
Unconjugated
FDX1
Liquid
FDX1
FDX1 (NP_004100.1, 85 a.a. ∽ 183 a.a) partial recombit protein with GST tag. MW of the GST tag alone is 26 KDa.
Protein A
RUO
Antibody
Monoclonal
Human
ELISA, Western Blot
1E7
PBS with no preservative; pH 7.4
P10109
ADX, FDX, LOH11CR1D, adrenal ferredoxin, adrenodoxin, mitochondrial, ferredoxin-1, hepatoredoxin, mitochondrial adrenodoxin
Mouse
IgG2b, kappa
100 μg
-20° C
Primary
2230
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