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Alpha-actin/ACTA1 - A skeletal muscle isoform mutated in various myopathies
Actin is an abundant cytoskeletal protein involved in a variety of cellular processes such as cell motility, cell division, and muscle contraction. Actin monomers assemble into filaments and can provide a track for transport of cargo by the molecul... Read full blog post.
Alpha-Adducin - Assembling the cytoskeleton meshwork that underlies the plasma membrane
The structure and organization of the plasma membrane is maintained by an underlying network of cytoskeletal proteins including actin and spectrin. Adducin, a member of this protein network, binds to bundles and caps actin filaments and links them... Read full blog post.
Understanding Actin Alpha 2 Smooth Muscle
Actins are extremely highly conserved structural proteins found in all eukaryotic cell cytoskeletons that govern cell structure, movement, and shape integrity. Six distinct actin isoforms, each encoded by a different gene and developmentally-regulated... Read full blog post.
Could Laminin be Used to Treat Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy?
Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) is a severe muscle wasting condition, causing disability and early death. There is currently no cure or adequate treatment for DMD, but pioneering research indicates that injection of a laminin protein may prevent (or... Read full blog post.
Actin Dynamics and Endocytic Trafficking
Actin is a ubiquitous and an essential component of the cytoskeleton, with critical roles in a wide range of cellular processes. It is abundant protein whose monomers polymerize into polarized actin filaments, within epithelial cells. Filamentous acti... Read full blog post.
Beta Actin is a Key Player in Embryonic Development and Cell Motility
Actins are an essential component of the cytoskeleton, with critical roles in a wide range of cellular processes, including cell migration, division, and regulation of gene expression. These functions are attributed to the ability of actin to form fil... Read full blog post.
"Actin the Fool" about Cytoskeleton Structure
Actins are highly conserved, commonly found and abundant proteins involved in several types of cell motility as well as cytoskeleton maintenance. In vertebrate species, three main groups of actin isoforms, the alpha, beta and gamma, have been identifi... Read full blog post.
Using Myosin Antibodies for Tumor Identification
Myosin is a super family of actin based molecular motors that hydrolyze ATP and generate physical force to move specific molecules inside the cell. This super family, divided into at least twenty four classes based on head domain sequence similarity a... Read full blog post.
Time to Start Actin Like a Reliable 'Housekeeper'!
A growing body of data and studies using actin antibodies supports a view of the actin cytoskeleton of smooth muscle cells as a dynamic structure that plays an integral role in regulating the development of mechanical tension and the material properti... Read full blog post.
The GAPDH Antibody in Western blot Assays
The loading controls on our antibody database are widely used in gel electrophoresis and Western blotting studies. Products like the GAPDH antibody detect "housekeeping" proteins which are abundantly distributed in cells. This makes them useful for ch... Read full blog post.