Applications: WB, ELISA, Flow, CyTOF-ready
Host: Mouse Monoclonal
In muscle cells, HspB2 interacts with HspB3 to form a large independent polydisperse assembly. Unfortuantely, little is known about the function of this complex. However, co-immunoprecipitation has shown that despite a high level of sequence homology within the sHSP family, the HSPB2/B3 complex is distinctly different from the biochemical properties of other sHSPs. Therefore, the HSPB2/B3 assembly is believed to perform cellular functions that are distinctly different than those of its family members.
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