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Notch signaling also has a role in:
Faulty notch signaling is implicated in many diseases including T-ALL (T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia), CADASIL (Cerebral Autosomal Dominant Arteriopathy with Sub-cortical Infarcts and Leukoencephalopathy), MS (Multiple Sclerosis), Tetralogy of Fallot, Alagille syndrome, and many cancers.
The Mouse TrueBlot® Western Blot Kit contains the critical supporting reagents, buffers, and substrates for Notch immunoprecipitation and Western blotting of samples using TrueBlot second step immunoblotting reagents in conjunction with your own primary IP antibody and primary (Mouse IgG) Western blotting antibody. TrueBlot technology enables unhindered detection of protein bands of interest which would otherwise be obscured by the presence of reduced and denatured heavy and light chain immunoglobulin in the blot (as detected by the conventional immunoblotting HRP anti-mouse IgG reagent). Mouse IgG TrueBlot® ULTRA is the unique horseradish peroxidase conjugated anti-mouse IgG immunoblotting second step reagent which enables detection of Notch immunoblotted target protein bands, without hindrance by interfering immunoglobulin heavy and light chains from your IP antibody. Use it in place of your usual HRP anti-mouse IgG immunoblotting second step reagent. It is easy to generate publication-quality Notch IP Western Blot data with Mouse IgG TrueBlot® ULTRA.
Mouse IgG TrueBlot ULTRA is ideal for use in protocols involving immunoblotting of immunoprecipitated proteins. TrueBlot preferentially detects the non-reduced form of mouse IgG over the reduced, SDS-denatured form of IgG. When the immunoprecipitate is fully reduced immediately prior to SDS-gel electrophoresis, reactivity of Mouse IgG TrueBlot ULTRA with the 55 kDa heavy chains and the 23 kDa light chains of the immunoprecipitating antibody is minimized thereby eliminating interference by the heavy and light chains of the immunoprecipitating antibody in Notch IP Western Blotting applications. Applications include studies examining post-translational modification (e.g., phosphorylation or acetylation) or protein-protein interactions.
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