These mouse IgG1 monoclonal antibodies were generated against protein and are specific for A. thaliana Actin-related protein 6 (ARP6).
Actin-related proteins (ARPs) are found in the nuclei of all eukaryotic cells, but their functions are generally understood only in the context of their presence in various yeast and animal chromatin-modifying complexes. Arabidopsis thaliana ARP6 is a clear homolog of other eukaryotic ARP6s, including Saccharomyces cerevisiae ARP6, which was identified as a component of the SWR1 chromatin remodeling complex. Arabidopsis ARP6 is localized to the nucleus during interphase but dispersed away from the chromosomes during cell division. ARP6 expression was observed in all vegetative tissues as well as in a subset of reproductive tissues. Null mutations in ARP6 caused numerous defects, including altered development of the leaf, inflorescence, and flower as well as reduced female fertility and early flowering in both long- and short-day photoperiods.
From the laboratory of Richard B. Meagher, PhD, University of Georgia.
|Antigen:||Actin-related protein 6 (ARP6)|
|Molecular Weight:||47 kDa|
|Clone Name:||12A2.A3.C2 or 12B2.G4.E2.C4|
|Purification Method:||Not purified, available as antibody supernatant|
|Buffer:||Cell Culture Supernatant|
|Tested Applications:||WB, ELISA, IF, IB|
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