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Cell lines, antibodies, proteins, DNA constructs, small molecules and other research tools generated by scientists at the University of Cambridge play a key role in laboratory research. There is a wide range of research reagents available for commercial licensing through Cambridge Enterprise. The selection is constantly changing, so please contact us directly with your specific needs.

Non-exclusive licences with standard terms and conditions are available for available reagents.

Maltose binding protein polyclonal antibody

29 September, 2011 | Polyclonal antibodies Code: AB-0213
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Antibodies raised against maltose binding protein tag which are rabbit polyclonal antibodies of the IgG isotype. Has been used for western blotting, immunoprecipitation, immunocytochemistry and immunofluorescence studies.

Publications:

Wolf E et al. Exon, intron and splice site locations in the spliceosomal B complex. EMBO J 28:2283–2292 (2009). EM. PubMed: 19536130. http://www.nature.com/emboj/index.html

Bessonov S et al. Isolation of an active step I spliceosome and composition of its RNP core. Nature : (2008). WB. PubMed: 18322460. http://www.nature.com/nature/index.html

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Glutathione-S-Transferase (GST) polyclonal antibody

29 September, 2011 | Polyclonal antibodies Code: AB-0212
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Antibodies raised against glutathione-S-transferase from Schistosoma japonicum which are rabbit polyclonal antibodies of the IgG isotype. Has been used for ELISA, westen blotting, immunoprecipitation, immunocytochemistry and immunofluorescence studies.

Publications:

Kalamajski S. & Oldberg A. Homologous Sequence in Lumican and Fibromodulin Leucine-rich Repeat 5–7 Competes for Collagen Binding. J Biol Chem 284:534-9 (2009). I-ELISA. PubMed: 19008226. www.jbc.org/

Bansal P.K. et al. Sgt1 dimerization is negatively regulated by protein kinase CK2-mediated phosphorylation at S361. J Biol Chem : (2009). WB. PubMed: 19398558. www.jbc.org/

Kathiresan T. et al. A protein interaction network for the large conductance Ca(2+)-activated K(+) channel in the mouse cochlea. Mol Cell Proteomics 8:1972–87 (2009). PubMed: 19423573. www.mcponline.org/

Scales T.M. et al. Nonprimed and DYRK1A-primed GSK3 beta-phosphorylation sites on MAP1B regulate microtubule dynamics in growing axons. J Cell Sci 122:2424–35 (2009). WB. PubMed: 19549690. jcs.biologists.org/

Wood-Kaczmar A. et al. An alternatively spliced form of glycogen synthase kinase-3beta is targeted to growing neurites and growth cones. Mol Cell Neurosci 42:184–94 (2009). WB; Rat. PubMed: 19607922. www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/10447431

Jones B.W. & Hinkle P.M. Subcellular trafficking of the TRH receptor: effect of phosphorylation. Mol Endocrinol 23:1466–78 (2009). PubMed: 19541745. mend.endojournals.org/

Matheson L.A. et al. Correct targeting of plant ARF GTPases relies on distinct protein domains. Traffic 9:103–20 (2008). WB. PubMed: 17988226. www.traffic.dk/

Bossard C. et al. Dimeric PKD regulates membrane fission to form transport carriers at the TGN. J Cell Biol 179:1123–31 (2007). PubMed: 18086912. jcb.rupress.org/

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