HSP90 | Heat shock protein 90
AS05 063 | Clonality: Polyclonal | Host: Rabbit | Reactivity: Salmon, Human
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KLH-conjugated synthetic peptide chosen from a highly conserved region of hsp90 found in both the alpha P07900 and beta P08238 form of the protein. The target peptide is perfectly conserved in animals.
in salmonid fish a cross-reactive band at approximately 40 kDa is observed; antibody will also detect a human recombinant HSP90 protein
Antibody is reacting strongly with recombinant HSP90 from HELA cells.
HSP90 is a ubiquitous chaperone involved in numerous cellular processes. Members of this family of proteins play important roles in allowing a selected group of intracellular signaling molecules reach and maintain functionally active conformations.Alternative names: for hsp90 alpha: HSP 86, renal carcinoma antigen NY-REN-38, for hsp90 beta: hsp84
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