Mouse Anti-Arabidopsis AT4G13000 Antibody (CBMOAB-0079FYC)


Cat: CBMOAB-0079FYC
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Specifications

Host speciesMouse (Mus musculus)
Species ReactivityA. thaliana (Arabidopsis thaliana)
CloneMO0079FC
SpecificityThis antibody binds to Arabidopsis AT4G13000.
FormatLiquid or Lyophilized
StorageStore at 4°C: short-term (1-2weeks)
Store at -20°C: long-term and future use
Purity> 90% was determined by SDS-PAGE
PurificationPurified with Protein A or G affinity chromatography
Cellular LocalizationNucleus; Plasma Membrane; Other locations

Application Information

ApplicationWB, ELISA
Application NotesELISA: 1:1000-1:3000
Other applications are to be developed. The optimal dilution should be determined by the end user.

Target

IntroductionAnother gene co-expressed with At4g13000 is ANX1 (At3g04690), which together with its homolog ANX2 is involved in cell wall modification during pollen tube growth.
Product OverviewMouse Anti-Arabidopsis AT4G13000 (clone MO0079FC) Antibody (CBMOAB-0079FYC) is a mouse antibody against AT4G13000. It can be used for AT4G13000 detection in Western Blot, Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay.
Alternative NamesAGC (CAMP-dependent, cGMP-dependent and protein kinase C) kinase family protein; At4g13000; Putative uncharacterized protein AT4g13000; Putative uncharacterized protein At4g13000; Putative uncharacterized protein At4g13000/F25G13_90; At4g13000 At4g13000/F25G13_90
UniProt IDQ9SV69
Protein RefseqThe length of the protein is 372 amino acids long. The sequence is show below: MSNHLLPPENKIPTLNFDHLEIFSALGRGSKGVVFLVKADNKWLALKVILRESIESKKAKDEYKRISFEQGVLSRFDHPLFPRLHGVISTDKVIGYAIDYCPGRDLNSLRKKQSEEMFSDEIIRFYAAELVIALEYLHNQGIVYRDLKPDNVMIQENGHLMLVDFDLSTNLPPRTPQSSFSSSPRLSTATKKERSIFAFSGLCNSGISPDDSVSRSSESEFSGEKSNSFVGTEEYVAPEVITGSGHDFAVDWWSLGVVLYEMLYGATPFRGSNRKETFLKILTEPPSLVGETTSLRDLVRKLLEKDPSRRINVEGIKGHDFFKGLDWDLVLKVSRPPYIPAPENYEISKIDVEKFVHEIFTKCEHNGNFIVF.

Reference

ReferenceLan, P., Li, W., & Schmidt, W. (2013). Genome-wide co-expression analysis predicts protein kinases as important regulators of phosphate deficiency-induced root hair remodeling in Arabidopsis. BMC genomics, 14(1), 1-12.
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