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  • MacroH2A Antibody did not Work for IF

    MacroH2A Antibody did not Work for IF

    Active Motif
    Thursday, May 29, 2014
    The human MacroH2A antibody from Active Motif did not work for immunofluorescence experiments in dilutions as low as 1:50, while antibodies from other companies did work at concentrations of 1:500. ... read more
  • GelCode 6xHis Protein Tag Staining Kit From Pierce

    GelCode 6xHis Protein Tag Staining Kit From Pierce

    Thermo Scientific Pierce Protein Research Products
    Wednesday, March 14, 2007
    Our laboratory focuses on genetic and proteomic analysis of parasite-host cell interactions. As such, we rely heavily on the expression of recombinant proteins for the development of antigen-specific... read more
  • MethylDetector™ Kit From Active Motif

    MethylDetector™ Kit From Active Motif

    Active Motif
    Thursday, January 25, 2007
    Epigenetic modification of CpG islands (CGIs) in promoter regions is an important regulatory mechanism of gene expression in eukaryotic cells. Hypermethylation of CGIs may silence a gene, whereas ... read more
  • MethylDetector™ Bisulfite Modification Kit From Active Motif

    MethylDetector™ Bisulfite Modification Kit From Active Motif

    Active Motif
    Wednesday, January 03, 2007
    Methylation of DNA at carbon 5 of cytosine occurs in almost all living organisms and is a basic element of epigenetic mechanisms that control various genomic functions. In mammals abnormal ... read more
  • Active Motif's ChIP-IT Kit

    Active Motif's ChIP-IT Kit

    Active Motif
    Friday, September 16, 2005
    The ChIP (chromatin immunoprecipitation) method has emerged as a very powerful tool to study in vivo protein-DNA interactions. It has been applied to the dynamics of chromatin structure, regulation ... read more
  • Active Motif's Chariot Reagent

    Active Motif's Chariot Reagent

    Active Motif
    Thursday, June 05, 2003
    The Chariot reagent by Active Motif is one such reagent for introducing proteins into cells. It is based on a short synthetic signaling peptide called Pep-1... read more
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