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Anti-LexA Antibody, DNA-binding region

Detect LexA with Anti-LexA Antibody, DNA-binding region (Rabbit Polyclonal Antibody), that has been shown to work in IP & WB.

  •  eCl@ss 32160702

  •  NACRES NA.41

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Properties

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packaging   200 µg (06-719)
application(s)   immunoprecipitation (IP): suitable
  western blot: suitable
biological source   rabbit
clone   polyclonal
isotype   IgG
shipped in   wet ice
species reactivity   E. coli
trade name   Upstate
brand family   Upstate
format   Purified
molecular weight   24 kDa
Quality Assurance   routinely evaluated by immunoblot on LexA-pRB transfected yeast lysate

Description

Target description

24 kDa

Analysis Note

Control
LexA-pRB transfected yeast cell extract

General description

The anti-LexA Antibody allows detection of LexA protein and recombinant proteins fused to the LexA protein. This antibody can be used to detect expression of potential bait proteins constructed for use with the yeast two-hybrid system or other interaction trap systems. LexA adds about 22 to 25 kDa to your protein, depending on the number of extra amino acids.

Immunogen

His-tagged DNA binding domain of LexA protein corresponding to amino acid residues 1-202

Specificity

Recognizes LexA portion of bait fusion proteins used in the yeast two-hybrid system.

Physical form

Format: Purified

Safety & Documentation

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Documents

Certificate of Analysis

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Protocols & Articles
Peer-Reviewed Papers
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