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 제품안내  항체,항원,킷트   Cancer Research  Epigenetics

Histone Peptide Arrays

EpiTriton Histone Peptide Array는 effector protein, antibody, enzyme간의 상호작용을 스크리닝하기 위한 Histone library array 입니다.

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  • EpiTriton Histone Peptide Array는 effector protein, antibody, enzyme간의 상호작용을 스크리닝하기 위한 Histone library array 입니다.
  • 여러 종류의 PTM histone peptide spot으로 구성되어 있습니다.
  • 형광이나 HRP로 코팅된 항체로 가시화 한 후 형광스캐너나 ECL 스캐너로 확인합니다.
  • 모든 modified peptide는 HPLC purification을 거쳤습니다. (>95% pure, 20 amino acids)
  • 한 슬라이드 위에 3개의 subarray로 구성되어 3가지의 다른 조건으로 실험하실 수 있습니다. (multiwell array gasket 이용)
  • 각 peptide는 3개씩 나란히, 18번씩 반복하여 spotted 되어 있어, 결과의 신빙성을 보장합니다.
  • 스캔한 결과, peptide spot tracer는 green으로, 항체에 대한 단백질은 red로 가시화 됩니다. 3개의 연속적인 spot을 보이는 부분이 의미 있는 결과입니다.

 

  • EpiTitan™ Histone Peptide Array Design:
    Each EpiCypher EpiTitan™ Histone Peptide Array contains over 265 biotinylated histone peptides (20 amino acids in length or more) immobilized on a streptavidin-coated glass slide. Peptides are spotted as two identical sub-arrays, labeled A and B. Within each sub-array, each peptide is spotted twice in groups of 3 (red dots), for a total of 12 spots per peptide on each array.

  • EpiTitan™ Histone Peptide Array Workflow:
    For detection of the interaction of an effector protein with peptides on the array as shown above, you need a primary antibody to the protein (or to an affinity tag) and a fluorescently-labeled (or HRP-conjugated for ECL detection) secondary antibody to the primary. This is much like the detection procedure employed in immunofluorescence miscroscopy. For analysis of histone antibody specificity, you need a primary antibody to a histone modification and a labeled (fluorescent or HRP-conjugated) secondary antibody recognizing the primary antibody.


  • Examine the selectivity and specificity of histone modification antibodies
  • Analyze the specificity of histone binding proteins
  • Identify substrates for histone-modifying enzymes






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