Western Blot: OPA1 Antibody (1E8-1D9) [NBP1-71656] - Analysis of OPA1 expression in 1) HeLa 2) MEF 3) HepG2 4) A431 5) CHO 6)PC12 and 7) Ntera2 whole cell lysates using NBP1-71656.
Immunocytochemistry/ Immunofluorescence: OPA1 Antibody (1E8-1D9) [NBP1-71656] - OPA1 antibody was tested in ARPE-19 cells with FITC (green). Nuclei and actin were counterstained with DAPI (blue) and Phalloidin (red).
Immunohistochemistry: OPA1 Antibody (1E8-1D9) [NBP1-71656] - Analysis of OPA1 on mouse skin using NBP1-71656.
Simple Western: OPA1 Antibody (1E8-1D9) [NBP1-71656] - Image shows a specific band for OPA1 in 1.0 mg/mL of HeLa lysate. This experiment was performed under reducing conditions using the 12-230 kDa separation system.
OPA1 (optic atrophy protein 1) is a dynamin-related GTPase which forms a diffusion barrier for proteins stored in mitochondrial cristae and is critical to mitochondrial fusion as well as regulation of apoptosis. Intrinsic apoptotic signals mediated proteolytic processing leads OPA1 oligomers disassembly and caspase activator cytochrome C (CYCS) release into mitochondrial intermembrane spaces. Under conditions of stress, dynamin-like 120 kD protein, form S1 (which is the inactive form produced via cleavage at S1 position by OMA1) triggers the loss of mitochondrial membrane potential that results in negative regulation of the process of mitochondrial fusion. OPA1 exists as oligomeric complex consisting of membrane-bound and soluble forms of OPA1, and the latter can interacts with CHCHD3, IMMT and PARL. PARL-dependent proteolytic processing releases an antiapoptotic soluble form which is not required for mitochondrial fusion. Defects in OPA1 are a cause of optic atrophy type 1 (OPA1) as well as dominant optic atrophy plus syndrome (DOA+)
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