Anti-β-Tubulin III antibody is suitable for use in flow cytometry (1:200-1:500), immunohistochemistry (1:100-1:200), immunoblot (approx. 50kDa) and western blot (1:500-1:1,000).
Applications in which this antibody has been used successfully, and the associated peer-reviewed papers, are given below.Immunocytochemistry (1 paper)Immunofluorescence (1 paper)Western Blotting (1 paper)
Missense mutations in the tubulin β 3 class III gene (TUBB3) impacts microtubule organisation in neuronal cells and contributes to neurological disorders. Mutations in TUBB3 is implicated in tubulopathies contributing to malformations in developing fetus.
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Microtubules are heterodimeric proteins that comprise of α- and β-tubulins. β-tubulins have several different isotypes . β-Tubulin III is a marker for nerve cell differentiation, as well as for venous and lymphatic valves . Changes in β-tubulin III expression have been associated with medulloblastoma Anti-tubulin antibodies are useful to study the localization of tubulin proteins. Anti-β-Tubulin III antibody is specific for β-Tubulin III in humans.
Tubulin β 3 class III (TUBB3) is mapped to human chromosome 16q24.3.
synthetic peptide corresponding to residues 151-165 of human β-Tubulin III.
solution in phosphate buffered saline, containing 0.02% sodium azide.