Anti-MKLN1 Antibody

muskelin 1, intracellular mediator containing kelch motifs
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Product Description
Polyclonal Antibody against Human MKLN1
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Target Protein
muskelin 1, intracellular mediator containing kelch motifs
Target Gene
Antigen Sequence
Recombinant Protein Epitope Signature Tag (PrEST) antigen sequence
Verified Species Reactivity
Interspecies Information

Highest antigen sequence identity to the following orthologs:

Rat ENSRNOG00000054514 (96%)

Mouse ENSMUSG00000025609 (96%)

40% glycerol and PBS (pH 7.2). 0.02% sodium azide is added as preservative. Material Safety Data Sheet
Purification Method
Affinity purified using the PrEST antigen as affinity ligand
Gently mix before use. Optimal concentrations and conditions for each application should be determined by the user.
Unit Size
100 µl
Current Lot
Produced on demand. Contact for more information.
Product Data Sheet
Immunohistochemistry (IHC)

Recommended conditions:

Dilution: 1:20 - 1:50

Retrieval method: HIER pH6

Protein Name
muskelin 1, intracellular mediator containing kelch motifs
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Normally shipped at ambient temperature
Store at +4°C for short term storage. Long time storage is recommended at -20°C.
Human Protein Atlas

This antibody has been used for staining of 44 normal human tissue samples as well as human cancer samples covering the 20 most common cancer types and up to 12 patients for each cancer type. The results are part of an ongoing effort to map the human proteome using antibodies.

All characterization data for ENSG00000128585 on the Human Protein Atlas

Boldt K, van Reeuwijk J, Lu Q, Koutroumpas K, Nguyen TM, Texier Y, van Beersum SE, Horn N, Willer JR, Mans DA, Dougherty G, Lamers IJ, Coene KL, Arts HH, Betts MJ, Beyer T, Bolat E, Gloeckner CJ, Haidari K, Hetterschijt L, Iaconis D, Jenkins D, Klose F, Knapp B, Latour B, Letteboer SJ, Marcelis CL, Mitic D, Morleo M, Oud MM, Riemersma M, Rix S, Terhal PA, Toedt G, van Dam TJ, de Vrieze E, Wissinger Y, Wu KM, Apic G, Beales PL, Blacque OE, Gibson TJ, Huynen MA, Katsanis N, Kremer H, Omran H, van Wijk E, Wolfrum U, Kepes F, Davis EE, Franco B, Giles RH, Ueffing M, Russell RB, Roepman R, UK10K Rare Diseases GroupAl-TurkiSaeedS2122AndersonCarlC22AntonyDinuD13BarrosoInêsI21BenthamJamieJ23BhattacharyaShoumoS23CarssKerenK21ChatterjeeKrishnaK24CirakSebahattinS25CosgroveCatherineC23DanecekPetrP21DurbinRichardR21FitzpatrickDavidD26FloydJamieJ21Reghan FoleyA.A25FranklinChrisC21FutemaMartaM27HumphriesSteve E.SE27HurlesMattM21JoyceChrisC21McCarthyShaneS21MitchisonHannah M.HM13MuddymanDawnD21MuntoniFrancescoF25O'RahillyStephenS24OnoufriadisAlexandrosA13PayneFelicityF21PlagnolVincentV28RaymondLucyL29SavageDavid B.DB24ScamblerPeterP13SchmidtsMiriamM13SchoenmakersNadiaN24SempleRobertR24SerraEvaE21StalkerJimJ21van KogelenbergMargrietM21VijayarangakannanParthibanP21WalterKlaudiaK21WhittallRosR27WilliamsonKathyK26

An organelle-specific protein landscape identifies novel diseases and molecular mechanisms

Nat Commun , 13/05/16 ; 7:11491. Epub 2016 May 13

PubMed ID: 27173435 DOI: 10.1038/ncomms11491

DeBenedittis P, Harmelink C, Chen Y, Wang Q, Jiao K

Characterization of the novel interaction between muskelin and TBX20, a critical cardiogenic transcription factor

Biochem Biophys Res Commun , 2011 Jun 3; 409(2):338-343. Epub 2011 May 8

PubMed ID: 21586270 DOI: 10.1016/j.bbrc.2011.05.020

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