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We validate the specificity of these antibodies to Exportin-5 by testing them on tissues known to express XPO5 positively and negatively. Browse below to find the XPO5 antibody that suites your experiment. We have 6 of these antibodies and many publications and validation images.
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Facts about Exportin-5.
Docking of the complex to the nuclear pore complex (NPC) is mediated through binding to nucleoporins. Upon transit of a nuclear export complex into the cytoplasm, hydrolysis of Ran-GTP into Ran-GDP (triggered by RANBP1 and RANGAP1, respectively) trigger disassembly of the complex and discharge of the cargo from the export receptor.
Exp5; exportin 5; exportin-5; FLJ14239; FLJ32057; FLJ45606; KIAA1291exp5; Ran-binding protein 21; RANBP21
|Sequence:||6; NC_000006.12 (43522330..43576075, complement)|
Expressed in heart, brain, placenta, lung, skeletal muscle, kidney and pancreas.
Nucleus. Cytoplasm. Shuttles between the nucleus and the cytoplasm.
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The XPO5 genetic gene is one the most frequently expressed on eukaryotic cellular cells. This makes it a promising target to study cancer. It has been associated with numerous cancers, including gastric cancer. It is used for cancer diagnosis, research on gastrointestinal stromal cells, as well as cancer immunotherapy. XPO5 is useful for cell viability analysis and proliferation.
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Enhanced Chemiluminescence is a technique that uses antibodies that are conjugated to HP. It is one of most popular methods to measure the protein concentrations within cellular extracts. This reaction is when the enzyme interacts to a chemiluminescent medium, which creates excited intermediates that emit strong, blue light at 450nm. This light emission occurs only during the enzyme-substrate interaction and ends when the substrate is depleted.
To perform the analysis, you must prepare the membrane as described above. Prepare a lysate for one cell from the adult testis. This is made by mixing 50mM Tris, pH 7.4 with 11% NP-40 (v/v), and protease/phosphatase inhibit cocktails. The protein assay kit Pierce BCA (Thermo scientific) was used to measure the proteins using SDS-PAGE under reducing conditions. Next, transfer your protein-bound sample onto a nitrocellulose cell membrane.
High Sensitivity ECLSubstrate Kit allows for protein detection in bands between 23pg and 182ng. This kit uses a specially developed enhanced chemiluminescent substrat for this purpose. It has been optimized for both film and CCD imaging. ECL reagents with high sensitivity provide bright signals and low background. This allows you to take multiple exposures without losing any valuable data.
The XPO5 chemiluminescent chemiluminescent material can be used to detect the protein concentrations in a western blot experiment. These substrates can be used with both chromatin-stained and protein abundance membranes. The SuperSignal West PicoPlus Chemiluminescent substrate works well in western blot applications containing abundant proteins. The SuperSignal West Pico Plus Chemiluminescent substrate has been developed for sensitive and high-specific protein detection.
The need for a rapid test to detect V.parahaemolyticus motivated the development a colorimetric detector protocol. A specific sequence Vp was created, integrated with an forward primer, and then treated as an HPR-mimicking DNAzyme. This DNAzyme is amplified in the polymerase chains reaction (PCR). The products from PCR with the HRP mimicking DNAzyme displayed distinct colors when they were combined with catalysis substrats.
Colorimetric Western blotting has a high level of sensitive detection. The detection method of colorimetric Western blotting is highly sensitive, but prolonged incubation can lead to an increase in background signal, which can obscure or mask the signal of the protein. Another drawback of this technique is its inability to be used for proteins with low abundance. The method is inexpensive and easy to perform, despite its limitations. Moreover, it is available in many colorimetric substrates, which produce different colored precipitates and offer different sensitivity.
The method is extremely sensitive and easy to implement. This method can be used for routine screenings in areas with limited resources. The sensitivity and quantitative detection capabilities of the method can be improved with a new version. You can use it for on site detection in the future. It is expected that it will be a standard test to detect on-site in a variety field situations.
Two colorimetric methods can be used for detecting methylated DNA. The HRP/H2O2 system uses the presence of chromogen, to produce a coloured side-product. The XPO5 indicator is used for the other. The H2O2 system is a popular colorimetric detection method. The HRP/H2O2 method combines peroxidase and chromogen enzymes to produce a coloured byproduct.