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I was wondering if you would mind letting me know which product would you recommend for immunochemistry of the retina of the rat and mouse by poly (ADP-ribose) polymerase (PARP) and calpain. There are many different calpain antibodies in your website. The samples are 12-um vertical cryostst sections (fixed by PFA).
- For PARP, I would recommend either NB120-2168 or NB100-64828. Bear in mind that they are both mouse monoclonals, and you may have to take extra steps to reduce mouse-on-mouse background.
Do you have any 100 coda or bigger controls?
- I can recommend a couple of high weight antibodies that are conserved in most samples. Please verify the presence of the protein before using as a loading control. PARP1 or PARP is approximately 113kDa, and you may view the products we offer to PARP using this link. Vinculin is approximately 116kDa, and you may view the products we offer to Vinculin using this link.
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Blogs on PARP.
The role of PARP-1 in the repair of single stranded break (SSB)
PARPs (poly ADP ribose polymerases) are DNA repair enzymes that promote single stranded break (SSB) repair by binding to DNA at the sites of SSBs and recruiting repair machinery. In humans, the PARP superfamily consists of 17 members, of which five... Read full blog post.
Caspase 3 - a Reliable Marker for Index of Apoptosis Induction
Caspase-3 is one of the most important players in apoptosis signaling. It is synthesized as an inactive 32 kDa pro-enzyme and upon direct activation by Caspase-8, -9 or -10, it gets processed into its active forms, the p17-20 and p10-12 subunits. T... Read full blog post.
Caspase 7 - A key effector of the apoptotic pathway
Caspase-7 is an effector caspase with important roles in mediating cell death signaling. As an effector caspase, caspase-7 is cleaved and activated by initiator caspases such as caspase-1 (1). Like other caspase family proteins, caspase-7 contains a... Read full blog post.
Caspase 7: The Cell's Suicide Switch
Caspase 7 (also known as CASP7, Mch3, ICE-LAP3, CMH-1) is a member of caspase family of cysteine proteases. It is an apoptosis-related cystein peptidase encoded by the CASP7 gene in humans. CASP7 homologous sequences have been identified in nearly all... Read full blog post.
PARP Antibody Assays aid both Apoptosis and Cancer Research
The PARP (Poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase) protein is a zinc-dependant nuclear enzyme whose main role is to detect and repair DNA single-strand breaks (SSB). However, PARP antibody research has revealed there are at least 17 PARP proteins, which also play... Read full blog post.