α-taxilin Antibody (B-9) is a mouse monoclonal IgG2a (kappa light chain) provided at 200 µg/ml
raised against amino acids 481-554 mapping at the C-terminus of α-taxilin of mouse origin
recommended for detection of α-taxilin of mouse, rat and human origin by WB, IP, IF and ELISA
m-IgG Fc BP-HRP and m-IgG2a BP-HRP are the preferred secondary detection reagents for α-taxilin Antibody (B-9) for WB applications. These reagents are now offered in bundles with α-taxilin Antibody (B-9) (see ordering information below).
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α-taxilin is a novel binding partner of the syntaxin family which is implicated in intracellular vesicle trafficking. Through its C-terminal coiled-coil region, α-taxilin interacts with the nascent polypeptide-associated complex (NAC), which acts as a transcriptional coactivator. Although α-taxilin binds to both the α and β NAC subunits, the main interaction is through αNAC. Co-expression of α-taxilin with overexpressed αNAC eliminates the nuclear distribution of αNAC, originally distributed throughout the cytosol and nucleus. β- and γ-taxilins, additional members of the taxilin family, bind to αNAC and affect its nuclear distribution, suggesting that the taxilin family is involved not only in the translational process through its interaction with NAC but also in the transcriptional process through its interaction with αNAC alone.
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