|The recent relationship of BRCA1 and 53BP1
The p53-binding protein 1 (53BP1) is a DNA damage response factor, which is recruited to nuclear structures at the site of DNA damage. DNA double-strand breaks (DSBs) are mutations that are detrimental to cell viability and genome stability, and m... Read more.
|Industrial Chemicals, Tumour Suppressor Genes and the Need for More Research
Human cancer research is the largest research area in our antibody database, with new oncogenes and cell lines being added all the time.Cancer triggers come from many sources, with a worrying amount of evidence to suggest that chemicals we’re in con... Read more.
|Rad51 Antibody Reveals a Canine Model for Human Breast Cancer
Our antibody catalog includes an extensive range of Rad51 antibody reagents. Encoded by the RAD51 gene, the Rad51 protein plays a vital role in DNA repair, interacting with several other proteins, including BRCA1 and BRCA2, to effect homologous recomb... Read more.
|Determining DMC1's role in Homologus Recombination
The DMC1 gene encodes a 36.7 kDa nuclear protein involved in meiotic homologous recombination. This recombinase is functionally related to the yeast RAD51 and E. coli RecA genes. In contrast to RAD51, which functions in both mitotic and meiotic recomb... Read more.
|NUP153 & 53BP1: A Novel DNA Repair Pathway
Mediating DNA damage is a crucial process, and one of the most important cellular guards against cancer. In response to DNA damage, sophisticated cellular machinery is recruited to repair the breaks, and if it fails, the cell is committed to death. De... Read more.
|RAD51: The cell's 'Mr. Fix-it'
RAD51 is a recombinase protein encoded by RAD51 gene in humans. Human RAD51 family members are highly similar to bacterial RecA and yeast Rad51, both biochemically and structurally. It is a 339-amino acid protein that plays an important role in homolo... Read more.