Polyclonal Antibody to DTX1
Date Added: April 8, 2011
Author: Stephen Jones
Researchers have indicated that they want access to novel target antibodies quickly to aid in their research. IMGENEX is therefore pleased to be able to offer researchers access to products that are not fully characterized or validated. IMGENEX IMX antibodies are shown by Peptide ELISA to bind to the peptide used as immunogen. Investigators should empirically determine the suitability of the antibody, including optimal dilutions, for other applications of interest.
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Protein deltex-1 is a Notch Signaling Pathway protein which belongs to the Deltex Family of proteins. It contains one RING-type zinc finger and two WWE domains. DTX1 acts as regulator of Notch signaling and has functional significance in cell-fate determinations. It mediates the antineural activity of Notch by inhibiting the transcriptional activation mediated by MATCH1. It is involved in neurogenesis, lymphogenesis, myogenesis and MZB (Marginal Zone B) cell differentiation. It promotes B-cell development at the expense of T-cell development, suggesting that it can antagonize NOTCH1. It functions as an ubiquitin ligase protein in vitro, suggesting that it may regulate the Notch pathway via some ubiquitin ligase activity. DTX1, along with DTX2 and DTX3, functions as E3 ligases based on their capacity for self ubiquitination.
Amino acids 583-599 KTEFGSNLTGHGYPDAS of human DTX1 protein were used as the immunogen.