HMG-1/HMGB1 Antibody (W-18) is a mouse monoclonal IgG2b, cited in 13 publications, provided at 100 µg/ml
raised against full length recombinant HMG-1 of human origin
recommended for detection of HMG-1 of mouse, rat and human origin by WB, IP, IF and FCM
Contact our Technical Service Department (or your local Distributor) for more information on how to receive a FREE 10 µg sample of HMG-1/HMGB1 (W-18): sc-74085.
m-IgG2b BP-HRP is the preferred secondary detection reagent for HMG-1/HMGB1 Antibody (W-18) for WB applications. This reagent is now offered in a bundle with HMG-1/HMGB1 Antibody (W-18) (see ordering information below).
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High mobility group (HMG) proteins 1 and 2 are ubiquitous non-histone components of chromatin. Evidence suggests that the binding of HMG proteins to DNA induces alterations in the DNA architecture including DNA bending and unwinding of the helix. HMG proteins synergize with Oct-2, members of the NFκB family, ATF-2 and c-Jun to activate transcription. Other studies indicate that phosphorylation of HMG protein is required to stimulate the transcriptional activity of the protein. Human HMG-1 and HMG-2 both contain two DNA-binding domains, termed HMG boxes. HMG proteins bind single-stranded DNA but induce conformational changes in double-stranded DNA alone.
For Research Use Only. Not Intended for Diagnostic or Therapeutic Use.