Histone H3.1 Products

Antibodies
Histone H3.1 Antibody
Histone H3.1 Antibody
NB100-81964
Species: Hu, Mu, Rt
Applications: WB, ICC/IF
Host: Rabbit Polyclonal
Histone H3.1 Antibody
Histone H3.1 Antibody
NB100-91814
Species: Hu, Mu, Rt
Applications: WB, ICC/IF, IHC, IHC-P
Host: Rabbit Polyclonal
Lysates
Histone H3.1 Overexpression L ...
Histone H3.1 Overexpression Lysate...
NBP2-10892
Applications: WB
Proteins
Histone H3.1 Recombinant Prot ...
Histone H3.1 Recombinant Protein
H00008353-P01
Species: Hu
Applications: WB, ELISA, PA
Histone H3.1 Partial Recombin ...
Histone H3.1 Partial Recombinant P...
H00008353-Q01
Species: Hu
Applications: WB, ELISA, PA
RNAi
Histone H3.1 RNAi
Histone H3.1 RNAi
H00008353-R01
Species: Hu

Description

In eukaryotes, DNA is wrapped around histone octamers to form the basic unit of chromatin structure. The octamer is composed of Histones H2A, H2B, H3 and H4, and it associates with approximately 200 base pairs of DNA to form the nucleosome. The association of DNA with histones results in dense packing of chromatin, which restricts proteins involved in gene transcription from binding to DNA. Histone H3, the core protein of the nucleosome, becomes phosphorylated at the end of prophase. The two major sites of phosphorylation are the mitosis-specific site Ser 10 and Ser 28, both of which are extensively phosphorylated in DNA-bound forms of Histone H3 and in nucleosomal Histone H3. The nucleosome structure of Histone H3 promotes N-terminal phosphorylation in vitro. Phosphorylation of Histone H3 at Ser 10 is an essenti

Bioinformatics

Entrez Human
Mouse
Rat
Uniprot Human
Human
Product By Gene ID 8353
Alternate Names
  • HIST1H3B
  • H3FL
  • HIST1H3A
  • H3FK
  • Histone H3/l
  • H3FJ
  • Histone H3/k
  • H3FI
  • Histone H3/j
  • H3FH
  • Histone H3/i
  • H3FF
  • Histone H3/h
  • H3FC
  • Histone H3/f
  • H3FB
  • Histone H3/d
  • H3FA
  • Histone H3/c
  • histone H3.1
  • Histone H3/b
  • HIST1H3J
  • Histone H3/a
  • HIST1H3I
  • histone 1, H3e
  • HIST1H3H
  • H3 histone family, member D
  • HIST1H3G
  • H3/d
  • H3FDHIST1H3F
  • H3.1HIST1H3D
  • HIST1H3C
  • histone cluster 1, H3e

Pathways for Histone H3.1

View related products by pathway and learn more about each of the pathways below.

Methylation
Dna Methylation
Pathogenesis

Research Areas for Histone H3.1

Find related products by research area and learn more about each of the different research areas below.

Epigenetics
Histones and Modified Histones
Phospho-Specific

PTMs for Histone H3.1

Learn more about PTMs related to Histone H3.1.

Methylation

Bioinformatics Tool for Histone H3.1

Discover related pathways, diseases and genes to Histone H3.1. Need help? Read the Bioinformatics Tool Guide for instructions on using this tool.
 
Vizit™, under license from BioVista Inc.

Related Histone H3.1 Blog Posts

Check out the latest blog posts on Histone H3.1.
H3.1 - A core histone essential for genome storage and organization
Histones are the main protein component of chromatin and are essential for the storage and compaction of the genome. DNA wraps around histone oligomers to make up nucleosomes, the individual subunits of chromatin. By altering the accessibility of t...    Read more.
Read more Histone H3.1 related blogs.