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Are there any antibodies available that detect the phosphorylated form of p47phox (a regulatory NADPH oxidase subunit) in mouse tissue? I have attached a recent paper which has published in antioxidants and redox signaling. Authors used an antibody from your company for the detection of phospho p47phox in cells extracted from humans.
Asked on Mar 21 2012
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Yes we have antibodies to detect the p47PHOX. The common alternative namesfor p47phox is NCF1, NOXO2 and SH3PXD1A.http://www.uniprot.org/uniprot/P14598
The antibodies we have are; ab74095, ab63331, ab111855, ab115564, ab795, ab63554, ab107125. Please check the datasheets and let me know, if you want me to create a performa invoice for you.
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Answered on Mar 21 2012