Product nameComplex II Immunocapture Kit
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Species reactivityReacts with: Mouse, Rat, Cow, Human
250 µg, 500 µg or 750 µg monoclonal antibodies irreversibly crosslinked to protein G-agarose beads which can immunocapture ~13 µg, ~26 µg or ~39 µg respectively of Complex II from heart mitochondria. Isolated mitochondria are available from several species for use as control samples.
The Complex II Immunocapture Kit allows isolation of the succinate dehydrogenase complex from small amounts of tissue. This facilitates subsequent analysis of assembly state, activity and the extent of post translational modifications including oxidative damage that occur with aging. Uses for the Complex II immunocapture kit include research on aging genetic mitochondrial disease, and various cancers due to mutations in this enzyme complex such as paragangliomas and phaeo-chromocytomas.
Note: The immunocapture protocol for this kit requires Abcam detergent lauryl maltoside (ab109857/MS910).
Storage instructionsStore at +4°C. Please refer to protocols.
Components 250 µg monoclonal Complex II antibody irreversibly cross-linked to protein G-agarose beads 1 x 250µg
RelevanceComplex II is also called succinate ubiquinone oxidoreductase or more commonly succinate dehydrogenase complex. This complex is composed of four nuclear encoded subunits and contains a flavin (FAD), non-heme iron centers and a b-type cytochrome as prosthetic groups. It is both a component of the electron transport chain and an enzyme of the Krebs cycle. Complex II deficiencies are seen in OXPHOS genetic disease and found in a type of cancer called paraganglioma.
- Succinate coenzyme Q reductase
- Succinate dehydrogenase
Complex II immunoprecipitation using antibody ab109865 crosslinked to protein G-agarose beads as product ab109799. Complex II was immunoprecipitated from a lauryl maltoside detergent extract of 1000 ug bovine heart mitochondria or 500 ug human heart mitochondria. The gel was stained with coomassie brilliant blue.
This product has been referenced in:
- Garcia-Diaz B et al. Infantile encephaloneuromyopathy and defective mitochondrial translation are due to a homozygous RMND1 mutation. Am J Hum Genet 91:729-36 (2012). Read more (PubMed: 23022099) »
- Finley LW et al. Succinate dehydrogenase is a direct target of sirtuin 3 deacetylase activity. PLoS One 6:e23295 (2011). IP ; Mouse . Read more (PubMed: 21858060) »