HP1 alpha Rabbit anti-Human, Mouse, Unconjugated, Polyclonal, Active Motif™
Rabbit Polyclonal Antibody
Manufacturer: Active Motif 39295
DescriptionHeterochromatin protein-1 (HP1) is a methyl-lysine binding protein localized at heterochromatin sites, where it mediates gene silencing. It has been shown that mammalian methyltransferases that selectively methylate histone H3 on lysine-9 generate a binding site for HP1 proteins, a family of heterochromatic adaptor molecules implicated in both gene silencing and supranucleosomal chromatin structure. High-affinity in vitro recognition of a methylated histone H3 peptide by HP1 requires a functional chromodomain. Thus, the HP1 chromodomain is a specific interaction motif for the methyl epitope on lysine-9 of histone H3. In vivo, heterochromatin association of HP1 proteins is lost in Suv39h double-null primary mouse fibroblasts but is restored after reintroduction of a catalytically active SUV39H1 HMTase.
|Conc. Not Determined|
|whole serum with 30% glycerol and 0.035% sodium azide; pH|
|2610029O15Rik; Antigen p25; BOS_4984; C75991; CBX5; Cbx5 antibody; chromobox 5; chromobox homolog 5; chromobox homolog 5 (HP1 alpha homolog, Drosophila); Chromobox protein homolog 5; chromobox-like protein 5; epididymis luminal protein 25; HEL25; heterochromatin protein 1 alpha; Heterochromatin protein 1 homolog alpha; heterochromatin protein 1-alpha; HGNC:1555; HP1; HP1 alpha; HP-1 alpha antibody; HP1 alpha homolog; Hp1a; Hp1alpha; HP1-ALPHA; HP1Hs alpha; HP1Hs-alpha; mHP1(alpha)|
|This HP1 alpha antibody was raised against a recombinant protein corresponding to full-length recombinant mouse HP1 alpha.|
|-20°C, Avoid Freeze/Thaw Cycles|
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