Description: Rabbit anti-Mouse cytosolic K+ channel-interacting protein1 (Kchip1) polyclonal antibody
Purification: Protein G affinity purified
Product Type: Primary antibody
Target Protein: Kchip1
Immunogen: A synthetic peptide (QTKQRRPSKDK) derived from the amino acid residue 12-22 of mouse Kchip1, conjugated with KLH for immunization
Specificity: This antibody is reactive to the 27kDa Kchip1 in mouse brain extract on Western blot.
Species Reacitvity: Mouse and other species with consensus Kchip1 sequence (QTKQRRPSKDK)
Formulation: Lyophilized in pH 7.4, 0.01M PBS
Reconstitution: Double distilled water is recommended to adjust the final concentration to 1.00 mg/mL.
Storage: Store at -20oC
Research Area: Life science research, stem cell factor signalling, cancer research
KChIP1 is an important member of the potassium channel interacting protein family. It binds to and influences the voltage gated potassium (Kv) channel. Like all other members in the family, KChIP1 has calcium binding domains (EF-hand-like) that sense calcium concentrations to regulate Kv channel. KChIP1 frequently forms complex with the rapid inactivating A-type Kv channels. It may play a role in modulating somatodendritic excitability, and the repolarization of cardiac myocytes following action potential. It is also reported that KChIP1 is associated with the GABAergic synapses in hippocampus.
ELISA: Dilute the antibody approx. 1:300,000 for detection of Kchip1 peptide (QTKQRRPSKDK) coated on ELISA plate.
Western blot: Dilute approx. 1:4,000 to detect the 27kDa Kchip1 in mouse brain extract on Western blot.
Fig. 1 Western blot analysis of extracts from mouse brain using anti-kchip1 rabbit whole antiserum.
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|Product Specificity||pAb Rabbit anti-Mouse Kchip1|