Anti-Mono-ubiquitinated H2B monoclonal antibody (No. T4-240)
Lead Researcher: Moshe Oren
240 - Monoclonal antibody directed to ubiquitinated-H2B Description: Monoclonal antibodies, specific to ubiquitinated-H2B in its ubiquitinated form but not in its unmodified state, or to ubiquitin un-conjugated to H2B. Monoubiquitylated-H2B takes part in almost every molecular process associated with chromatin biology Including transcription initiation and elongation ,DNA damage response and repair, DNA replication, nucleosome positioning, RNA processing and export etc. May be used as a detection tool in western blotting, immunoprecipitation and chromatin immunoprecipitation.
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