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Anti-Actin2 [mAb13a]

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Catalogue Number 153300
Applications ELISA IHC IF WB
Antigen/Gene or Protein Targets Arabidopsis Actin (ACT2)
Synonyms ACT2
Reactivity Arabidopsis
Relevance Actins are highly conserved proteins that are involved in various types of cell motility and are ubiquitously expressed in all eukaryotic cells. Essential component of cell cytoskeleton; plays an important role in cytoplasmic streaming, cell shape determination, cell division, organelle movement and extension growth. This is considered as one of the vegetative actins. This mouse monoclonal antibody was generated against plant actin ACT2 and recognizes subclasses 1 and 3 of vegetative plant actins (arabidopsis ACT2, 8, 11).
Host Mouse
Immunogen Purified Arabidopsis Actin (ACT2)
Subclass IgG1
Molecular Weight (kDa) 45
Myeloma Used Sp2/0-Ag14
Strain Balb/c
Research Area Apoptosis and Programmed Cell Death, Cancer, Cell Type or Organelle Marker, Cell Signaling & Signal Transduction, Plant Science

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References: 6 entries

Kandasamy et al. 2012. Plant Cell. 24(5):2041-57. PMID: 22589468.

Plant vegetative and animal cytoplasmic actins share functional competence for spatial development with protists.

Europe PMC ID: 22589468

Kandasamy et al. 2001. Plant Cell. 13(7):1541-54. PMID: 11449050.

One plant actin isovariant, ACT7, is induced by auxin and required for normal callus formation.

Europe PMC ID: 11449050

Kandasamy et al. 1999. Plant J. 18(6):681-91. PMID: 10417720.

The late pollen-specific actins in angiosperms.

Europe PMC ID: 10417720


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References: 6 entries

Kandasamy et al. 2012. Plant Cell. 24(5):2041-57. PMID: 22589468.

Plant vegetative and animal cytoplasmic actins share functional competence for spatial development with protists.

Kandasamy et al. 2001. Plant Cell. 13(7):1541-54. PMID: 11449050.

One plant actin isovariant, ACT7, is induced by auxin and required for normal callus formation.

Kandasamy et al. 1999. Plant J. 18(6):681-91. PMID: 10417720.

The late pollen-specific actins in angiosperms.


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