|Immunogen||:||Alpha-Tubulin isolated from chick brain microtubules|
|Protocol||:||30 min @ RT|
|Control tissue||:||SKIN or LUNG|
Microtubules, along with microfilaments and intermediate filaments, form the major part of the extensive cytoplasmic network known as the cytoskeleton. The thickest of these filaments are the 20-25 nm microtubules composed of tubulin and several additional microtubule-associated proteins (MAP). Tubulin is a heterodimer composed of alpha-tubulin and beta-tubulin. Each subunit is a 55 kD acidic protein. Tubulin assembles into the microtubule system during interphase, then reassembles into the mitotic spindle during cell division. This antibody reacts specifically with the alpha sub-unit of tubulin in cultured chicken fibroblasts, human, bovine, murine and amphibian cells and also in yeast and fungi.
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