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In looking at the Zeb1 antibodies on your website, the molecular weights of Zeb1 detected by several antibodies are different. Why is this?
- ZEB1 is a rather large protein and undergoes a lot of post translational modifications such as phosphorylation and glycosylation (please see: UniProt P37275). The reason band patterns are different in the images may be due to sample type and how highly modified the ZEB1 protein is that the antibody is detecting. The more post translational modifications the higher you will detect the protein.
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