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Anti-Pknox monoclonal antibody


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01-245G


Abstract


Researchers in the laboratory of Dr. Michael Cleary at Stanford University have developed anti-Pknox monoclonal antibodies to study transcriptional regulation, embryonic development, and tissue homeostasis. The Meis/Pknox (also known as Prep) subfamily of TALE (three-amino acid loop extension)-class homeodomian proteins heterodimerze with Pbx proteins to form trimeric complexes with Hox proteins on appropriate DNA sites that regulate developmental gene expression. The anti-Pknox antibodies could be used in research related to leukemia, embryonic development, and tissue homeostasis.

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  • Research related to:
    • leukemia
    • embryonic development
    • tissue homeostasis

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Cleary Lab

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Date Released

 4/21/2015
 

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Brenda Martino, Biological Materials Specialist
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