WHIP Anticorpo A-7é um anticorpo monoclonal produzido em camundongo IgG1 (kappa light chain) fornecido em 200 µg/ml
produzido contra aminoácidos 366-665 mapeamento no C-terminus de WHIP of human origem
recomendado para a detecção de WHIP de mouse, rat e human origem em
m-IgG Fc BP-HRP, m-IgG1 BP-HRP and m-IgGκ BP-HRP are the preferred secondary detection reagents for WHIP Antibody (A-7) for WB and IHC(P) applications. These reagents are now offered in bundles with WHIP Antibody (A-7) (see ordering information below).
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possible, and a separate shipping charge will be included for each shipping method required. Shipping charges listed below are from our US warehouses to the Contiguous US,
Alaska, Hawaii, Canada and Puerto Rico. Shipping charges for countries outside the US and Canada will be determined once order has been received
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Ships via FedEx Ground to Contiguous US, Alaska, Canada, Monday through Friday. This method is used for less temperature sensitive items such as lab ware and animal
health products, bulky and/or heavy items
Labware ships FedEx Ground free of charge to the contiguous US
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Werner′s syndrome is an inherited, autosomal recessive disorder that is characterized by premature aging and commonly results in cancer. WHIP, also known as WRNIP1 (Werner helicase-interacting protein 1) is a ubiquitously expressed member of the AAA ATPase family that is involved in the regulation of DNA synthesis. Localized to the nucleus, WHIP acts as a modulator for initiation events during DNA polymerase-mediated DNA synthesis and, through its ATPase activity, can detect DNA damage or arrested replication forks. WHIP is found in granular structures within the nucleus, where it interacts with the N-terminal domain of WRN, the protein product of the gene responsible for Werner′s syndrome. Due to its close association with WRN, WHIP is thought to be involved in the aging process and thus may play a role in the development of Werner′s syndrome. Four isoforms of WHIP are produced due to alternative splicing events.
For Research Use Only. Not Intended for Diagnostic or Therapeutic Use.