This mouse monoclonal antibody was generated against a mixture of four peptides corresponding to Senataxin (aa8-30, aa884-895, aa1173-1192, aa2654-2677) and recognizes mouse Senataxin. The staining pattern of the antibody is located in the nucleus and chromatin.
Defects in Senataxin are the cause of neurodegenerative diseases AOA-2 and ALS4. Senataxin play vital roles in DNA repair and transcription termination.
From a laboratory at Cancer Research Technology.
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|Molecular Weight:||303 kDa|
|Immunogen:||A mixture of four peptides corresponding to the following amino acid ranges of human Senataxin: aa8-30, aa884-895, aa1173-1192, aa2654-2677|
|Tested Applications:||IP, WB|
|Positive Control:||Whole-cell or Chromatin extracts of HeLa or HEK293 cells|
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