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Dual applications of a c-Myc antibody in mitochondrial research
c-Myc, a proto-oncogene, has documented involvement in cellular differentiation, cell growth, cell death and tumor formation. Target genes of the Myc family include those that participate in cell survival, translation, transcription, metabolism and... Read full blog post.
The dynamic use of a PCNA antibody in fish, porcine and primate species
Proliferating cell nuclear antigen (PCNA) plays a crucial role in nucleic acid metabolism as it pertains to DNA replication and repair. Most noted for its activation of subunits of DNA polymerase, it has also been found to interact with cell-cycl... Read full blog post.
Transportin 1 and heterogeneous nuclear ribonucleoprotein D (hnRNPD)
Transportin 1, also known as Karyopherin- beta 2 or Importin- beta 2, is part of the beta -karyopherins family, which consists of importins and exportins responsible for the active transport of proteins between the nucleus and cytoplasm. Transportin 1 is co... Read full blog post.
Beta-catenin - I am versatile!
Beta-catenin is a cytosolic, 88 kDa intracellular protein associated with cell surface cadherin glycoproteins. It is a member of the larger calcium-dependent catenin family that includes alpha-catenin, beta-catenin, and gamma-catenin (also known as pl... Read full blog post.
IKK alpha says "no" to NFk beta
The nuclear factor kappa B (NFkB) is a ubiquitous transcription factor essential for the activation of immune and inflammatory responses. NFkB activity is inhibited when it is associated with IkB proteins in the cell cytoplasm. IkB proteins are phosph... Read full blog post.
Beta Catenin Implications for Signaling
The Wnt/beta Catenin signaling pathway plays a critical role in embryonic development, stem cell self-renewal and regeneration. Alterations in this signaling cascade have been implicated in the pathogenesis of cancer. Notably, chronic activation of Wn... Read full blog post.
Role of RASSF1A in Death Receptor-Dependent Apoptosis
Death-receptor apoptosis, or cell death, is essential for cellular growth regulation; its disruption is expressed in a variety of cancers. We at Novus Biologicals are one of the leading antibody suppliersfor apoptosis and cancer research groups, and t... Read full blog post.