HSP70 | Salmonid heat shock protein 70, Affinity purified
AS05 061A | Clonality: Polyclonal | Host: Rabbit | Reactivity: Salmon
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Salmo salar (Atlantic salmon), Salvelinus fontinalis (Brook trout)
Immunohistochemistry experiments have been done on salmon tissue treated with hydrated autoclaving of formalin fixed sections (unpublished results)
This antibody is recognizing the inducible Hsp70 in salmon but not the constitutive.
Heat-shock protein 70 (Hsp70) is the major stress-inducible protein in vertebrates and highly conserved throughout evolution. It plays a role as a molecular chaperone and is important for allowing cells to cope with acute stressor insult, especially those affecting the protein machinery.
Gallant el al. (2017). Physiological responses to a short-term, environmentally realistic, acute heat stress in Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar. FACETS.
Lewis et al. (2016). Different Relationship between hsp70 mRNA and hsp70 Levels in the Heat Shock Response of Two Salmonids with Dissimilar Temperature Preference. Front Physiol. 2016 Nov 7;7:511. eCollection 2016.
Curie et al. (2008). β‐Adrenergic Stimulation Enhances the Heat‐Shock Response in Fish. Physiol & Bioch. Zoology 4:414-425.