FAM110A Anticorpo D-8é um anticorpo monoclonal produzido em camundongo mouse IgG2a κ (kappa light chain) fornecido em 200 µg/ml
Produzido contra aminoácidos 32-91 mapeamento no N-terminus de FAM110A de human origem
recomendado para a detecção de FAM110A de mouse, rat e human origem em
m-IgG2a BP-HRP is the preferred secondary detection reagent for FAM110A Antibody (D-8) for WB applications. This reagent is now offered in a bundle with FAM110A Antibody (D-8) (see ordering information below).
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FAM110A (family with sequence similarity 110, member A) is a 295 amino acid protein that localizes to the cytoplasm, the cytoskeleton and the centrosome. Specifically, it colocalizes with microtubules during interphase and at spindle poles in mitosis. Expressed in thyroid, lymph node, trachea, adrenal gland, bone marrow, spleen, thymus, prostate, and peripheral blood leukocyte, FAM110A is thought to interact with CSPP and play a role in proper cell cycle progression. FAM110A expression is increased during S phase and G2/M phase. The gene encoding FAM110A maps to human chromosome 20, which houses over 60 genes and comprises approximately 2% of the human genome. Chromosome 20 contains a region with numerous genes expressed in the epididymis which are thought important for seminal production and some viewed as potential targets for male contraception.
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