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Anti Rab35 Mouse Monoclonal Antibody

Place of OriginUSA
Catalog Number26033
Size100 μl
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    RAB35 [26033]
    [100 µL]

    Catalog Number:  26033
    Gene Symbol:  RAB35
    Description:   Anti Rab35 Mouse Monoclonal Antibody
    Background:   The Rab family of GTPases regulates eukaryotic vesicular membrane traffic. Rab35 is with both plasma membrane and endosomal localization, and has been implicated in diverse processes that include T-cell receptor recycling, oocyte yolk protein recycling and cytokinesis. Rab35 regulates neurite outgrowth in neuronal-like cells, and can induce protrusions.
    Immunogen:   Recombinant full length protein of Rab35.
    Applications:   ELISA, WB, IHC, IP
    Recommended Dilutions:   
    ELISA: 1:100-1:5000 
    WB: 1:100-1:2000 
    IHC: 1:100-1:1000
    Host:   mouse
    Format:   Liquid
    Clonality:   Monoclonal
    Isotype:   IgG
    Purity:    Purified from ascites
    Storage buffer:
    Preservative:  no
    Constituents:   PBS (without Mg2+ and Ca2+), pH 7.4, 150 mM NaCl, 50% glycerol
    Species Reactivity:  Rab35 antibody recognizes Rab35 of vertebrates.
    Storage Conditions:  Store at -20°C. Avoid freeze / thaw cycles
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    Western blot:  
    Western blot analysis of recombinant GST-Rab35 proteins.
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    1.  VASP promotes TGF-β activation of hepatic stellate cells by regulating Rab11 dependent plasma membrane targeting of TGF-β receptors
        Hepatology Volume 61, Issue 1, pages 361–374, January 2015
    2.  Rab5 Activity Regulates GLUT4 Sorting into Insulin-Responsive and Non-Insulin-Responsive Endosomal Compartments: A Potential Mechanism for Development of Insulin Resistance
        Endocrinology. 2014 Sep;155(9):3315-28