Thrombin heavy chain Antibody, HRP Conjugated

Thrombin heavy chain Antibody, HRP Conjugated

Size

0.1ml

Catalog no.

bs-1914R-HRP

Price

350 EUR

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Conjugation

HRP

Excitation Emission

N/A

Gene ID number

2147

Modification site

None

Tested applications

WB, IHC-P

French translation

anticorps

Modification

Unmodified

Clonality

Polyclonal

Concentration

1ug per 1ul

Additional conjugation

HRP Conjugated

Crossreactivity

Human, Mouse, Rat

Clone

Polyclonal antibody

Target Antigen

Thrombin heavy chain

Category

Conjugated Primary Antibodies

Host Organism

Rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus)

Recommended dilutions

WB(1:100-1000), IHC-P(1:100-500)

Purification method

This antibody was purified via Protein A.

Long name

Thrombin heavy chain Polyclonal Antibody, HRP Conjugated

Specificity

This is a highly specific antibody against Thrombin heavy chain.

Source

KLH conjugated synthetic peptide derived from human Thrombin heavy chain

Crossreactive species details

Due to limited amount of testing and knowledge, not every possible cross-reactivity is known.

Storage conditions

Keep the antibody in an aqueous buffered solution containing 1% BSA, 50% glycerol and 0.09% Gentamicin. Store refrigerated at 2 to 8 degrees Celcius for up to 1 year.

Synonyms

coagulation factor II; prothrombin; F2; Cf-2; Cf2; FII; F 2; coagulation factor II thrombin; Coagulation factor II; Coagulation factor II precursor; F2; Factor II; Factor-II; Prothrombin; prothrombin B-chain; PT; serine protease; THRB; THRB_HUMAN; Thrombin; Thrombin heavy chain.

Properties

If you buy Antibodies supplied by Bioss Primary Conjugated Antibodies they should be stored frozen at - 24°C for long term storage and for short term at + 5°C.HRP conjugates are often primary rabbit polyclonal antibodies couples to the enzyme horseradish peroxidase (HRP), found in the roots of horseradish. Also monoclonal HRP conjugates are often used for Western Blot.

Antigen background

Thrombin is the final protease in the blood coagulation cascade and serves both pro- and anticoagulant functions through the cleavage of several targets. The ability of thrombin to specifically recognize a wide range of substrates derives from interactions which occur outside of the active site of thrombin. Thrombin possesses two anion binding exosites which mediate many of its interactions with cofactors and substrates, and although many structures of thrombin have been solved, few such interactions have been described in molecular detail. Glycosaminoglycan binding to exosite II of thrombin plays a major role in switching off the procoagulant functions of thrombin by mediating its irreversible inhibition by circulating serpins and by its binding to the endothelial cell surface receptor thrombomodulin.