NFKB P52 antibody (20-PR79)

Rabbit polyclonal NFKB P52 antibody

Synonyms Polyclonal NFKB P52 antibody, Anti-NFKB P52 antibody, NFKB antibody, NF-kappaB antibody, NF-kB antibody, nfkb antibody, NFkappaB antibody
Specificity Human NFKB p52
Cross Reactivity Anti-Human NFKB2 p52 may react non-specifically with other proteins
Applications ELISA, WB
Immunogen NFKB P52 antibody was raised in rabbit using human NFKB2 p52/p100 peptide corresponding to residues 1-19 of the human protein conjugated to KLH as the immunogen.

Specifications

Host Rabbit
Method of Purification NFKB P52 antibody was purified by delipidation and defibrination.
Form & Buffer 0.02M K3PO3, pH 7.2, with 0.15M NaCl, and 0.01% NaN3.
Concentration 90.0 mg/ml

Usage & Assay Information

Usage Recommendations ELISA: 1:5,000-1:25,000, WB: 1:500-1:3,000

Storage & Safety

Storage Store at -20 deg C. Aliquot and freeze at -20 deg C or below for long term storage. Avoid repeated freeze/thaw cycles.
Biohazard Information This product contains sodium azide as preservative. Although the amount of sodium azide is very small appropriate care must be taken when handling this product.

General Information

Biological Significance NF kb was originally identified as a factor that binds to the immunoglobulin kappa light chain enhancer in B cells. It was subsequently found in non-B cells in an inactive cytoplasmic form consisting of NF kb bound to I kb. NF kb was originally identified as a heterodimeric DNA binding protein complex consisting of p65 (RelA) and p50 (NF kb1) subunits. Other identified subunits include p52 (NF kb2), c-Rel, and RelB. The p65, cRel, and RelB subunits are responsible for transactivation. The p50 and p52 subunits possess DNA binding activity but limited ability to transactivate. p52 has been reported to form transcriptionally active heterodimers with the NF kb subunit p65, similar to p50/p65 heterodimers. The heterodimers of p52/p65 and p50/p65 are regulated by physical inactivation in the cytoplasm by an inhibitor called I kb-a. I kb-a binds to the p65 subunit, preventing nuclear localization and DNA binding. Low levels of p52 and p50 homodimers can also exist in cells.

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