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Anti-histone H3: the most cited H3 antibody

Our anti-histone H3 antibody (ab1791) is trusted by hundreds to deliver consistent, high-quality results.

Thousands of citations

As the most widely-cited H3 antibody, our anti-histone H3 antibody has been referenced in more than 1,500 research articles (data from Citeab).

For example, our antibody was most recently used to help understand the epigenetic regulation of acute myeloid leukemia1, and hormonal gene expression2.

See all of our references on the product datasheet.

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Figure 1. Citations for our anti-histone antibodies each year since 2002 (data from Citeab).



Recommended by our customers

Our anti-histone H3 antibody is rated as excellent by our customers in 170 independent product reviews (Abreviews®).

See the most recent Abreview data on the product datasheet.

Figure 2. The total number of customer reviews for our anti-histone H3 antibody (ab1791).



Highly rated across key applications

Our customers have rated our anti-histone H3 antibody (ab1791) as five star across key applications such as WB, ChIP, immunoprecipitation, IHC and ICC.

Figure 3. Star ratings (0–5) for anti-histone H3 antibody (ab1791) given by our customers and sorted by application. Numbers in brackets indicates the average rating given for that application.



References

1.     Duren RP et al (2016) Genome Wide Mapping of NR4A Binding Reveals Cooperativity with ETS Factors to Promote Epigenetic Activation of Distal Enhancers in Acute Myeloid Leukemia Cells. PLoS ONE 11(3): e0150450.

2.      Xi Zhang et al (2016) G9a-mediated methylation of ERα links the PHF20/MOF histone acetyltransferase complex to hormonal gene expression. Nature Communications 7, Article number: 10810.

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