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    MATH2/NEUROD6 Polyclonal Antibody, ALEXA FLUOR® 488 Conjugated

    Overview
    Catalog # bs-11884R-A488
    Product Name MATH2/NEUROD6 Polyclonal Antibody, ALEXA FLUOR® 488 Conjugated
    Applications IF(IHC-P)
    Reactivity Human, Mouse, Rat
    Specifications
    Conjugation ALEXA FLUOR® 488
    Host Rabbit
    Source KLH conjugated synthetic peptide derived from human MATH2/NEUROD6
    Clonality Polyclonal
    Isotype IgG
    Concentration 1ug/ul
    Purification Purified by Protein A.
    Storage Aqueous buffered solution containing 1% BSA, 50% glycerol and 0.09% sodium azide. Store at 4°C for 12 months.
    Target
    Synonyms Atoh 2; Atoh2; Atonal homolog 2; Atonal protein homolog 2; Atonal protein homolog2; bHLH a2 antibodybHLHa 2; bHLHa2; Class A basic helix-loop-helix protein 2; Helix loop helix protein mATH 2; Helix loop helix protein mATH2; MATH 2; Math2; NDF 6; NDF6; NDF6_HUMAN; Neuro D6; NeuroD6; Neurogenic dferentiation 6; Neurogenic dferentiation factor 6; Nex 1 antibodyNex 1m; Nex; Nex1; Nex1 m; Nex1m; Protein atonal homolog 2; Protein atonal homolog2.
    Background The Drosophila atonal gene produces a protein with basic helix loop helix (bHLH) domains that plays an essential role in the development of the Drosophila nervous system. Mammalian atonal homolog 2 (MATH-2) is a helix-loop-helix (HLH) transcription factor that is structurally homologous to the product of Drosophila atonal gene. MATH-2 is a 337 amino acid protein with an atonal-related basic HLH domain. In mice, expression of MATH-2 takes place by embryonic day 11.5 and initially localizes to the wall of brain vesicles and in the spinal cord. It is expressed in the cortical plate and the mantle layer in the developing central nervous system, and is limited to the nervous system in adults. Adult mouse cerebrums produce a high level of MATH-2 RNA with lower levels in other neuronal tissues. Research studies suggest that MATH-2 may function as a trans-acting factor involved in the development and maintenance of the mammalian nervous system.