PCNA (Proliferating Cell Nuclear Antigen) was first identified as a factor expressed in the nuclei of replicating cells. PCNA plays a role in both DNA synthesis and repair. PCNA functions as a processivity factor for DNA polymerase by acting as a DNA clamp that tethers the polymerase catalytic units to the DNA template. The structure of PCNA is that of a trimeric ring that encircles and slides along replicating DNA. PCNA interacts with and is regulated by several proteins involved in cell cycle control and check point processes.
Alternative names for
Phospho PCNA (Y211) IHC Antibody include Cyclin antibody,
Proliferating cell nuclear antigen antibody,
proliferating cell nuclear antigen antibody,
DNA polymerase delta auxiliary protein antibody.