Ubiquitin

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Ubiquitin chains poster

Ubiquitin is covalently attached to proteins either as a single moiety or as chains by an enzymatic cascade. The linkage utilized during the attachment of ubiquitin dictates the cellular functions of the substrate protein.

Intro: Post-Translational Modifications

In this introductory on-demand webinar to post-translational modifications, guest speaker Prof Kevin Hiom helps troubleshoot and provides useful tips for this application.

Conjugation kits: fast antibody labeling

Rapidly label your primary antibody or protein with fluorophores, enzymes or gold without affecting epitope recognition. With no downstream separation or clean-up steps you can quickly produce a directly labeled antibody & benefit from direct immunoassays. Learn more

Immunoprecipitation protocol

General immunoprecipitation procedure including a list of reagents and a table to help you choose the correct protein beads.

Western blot FAQ

Frequently asked questions and answers about western blotting.

Antibody guide

A comprehensive introduction to antibodies. Includes detailed descriptions of how they are produced, the different types and structures of antibodies, how to choose the best antibody for your experiments and a glossary of antibody terms and applications.

Protocol library

Discover our protocols and troubleshooting tips on how to get the best from our antibodies. Includes protocols for a range of applications and research areas.

Cardiac atrophy & heart remodeling

Cardiac atrophy & heart remodeling

Epigenetics glossary

Discover our epigenetics glossary with definitions covering the need-to-know terms in epigenetics.

NF-kB inhibitor and activator guide

Complete guide to selecting NF-kB inhibitors and activators.

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