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Epigentics Acetylation

Acetylation is a chemical process that introduces an acetyl group (CH3CO) into another compound. This process is widespread in protein synthesis and translation.

Lysine (Lys or K) is an essential amino acid and key protein building block in the human body. Acetylation is important in the regulation of transcription factors, effector proteins et al.

There is some evidence that the process of acetylation might cross talk with other key cell processes, inter alia, phoshorylation, methylation enabling dynamic cell control and signalling.

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Indirect Elisa showing activity of Anti-Acetylated Lysine, clone 7F8
Primary Description:

Mouse Anti-Acetyl Lysine [7F8]

Product Reference Code: IQ354
Species Reactivity:

Chicken, Bovine

Applications:

ELISA, WB

£183.00

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Indirect Elisa showing activity of Anti-Acetylated Lysine, clone 7F8
Primary Description:

Mouse Anti-acetyl Lysine [7F8]

Product Reference Code: IQ355
Species Reactivity:

Chicken, Bovine

Applications:

ELISA, WB

£226.00

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Mouse cortical glia stained with anti-APPL1 Antibody (red) and Hoechst (blue)
Primary Description:

Rabbit Anti-APPL1

Product Reference Code: IQ350
Species Reactivity:

Mouse, Rat, Human

Applications:

IP, WB, ICC/IF, IHC-P

£226.00

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