Signal transduction research focuses on the molecular and biochemical pathways and mechanisms by which a cell responds to its environment. Surface receptor-ligand interactions cause biochemical changes inside the cell leading to a pre-determined response. Aggregation of receptors on the cell surface activates receptor-associated kinases and phosphatases and brings signaling molecules into proximity. The juxtaposition of signaling molecules causes the formation of second messengers such as cyclic AMP, cyclic GMP, inositol trisphosphate (IP3), and diacylglycerol (DAG), leading to activation of calcium-dependent pathways and protein kinase C. The ensuing cascade of molecular events lead to gene expression, cell division, activation of cell-specific functions, or cell death, Signal transduction depends heavily on protein-protein interactions and post-translational modifications such as phosphorylation, glycosylation and myristoylation.
Bethyl’s signal transduction portfolio contains more than 7,800 antibodies. These antibodies have been manufactured on-site by Bethyl scientists. Our rigorous validation process ensures that the antibody will work in the applications outlined on the datasheet. These applications include: Western blot, immunohistochemistry, immunoprecipitation, immunocytochemistry, flow cytometry, proximity ligation assay, and ChIP. A Bethyl antibody is first validated for specificity in immunoprecipitation and/or western blot and if it passes our team will validate the antibody for additional applications. Our products are backed with a 100% guarantee to work in your assay, when used in under the same conditions outlined on the product datasheet, which provides confident, reliable results.
Bethyl sells a wide variety of antibodies for signal transduction research. Recent publications using our antibodies for studying signal transduction include:
Localization of human RelA binding sites in immunoprecipitates from ependymona tumor by ChIP-Seq. Antibody: Rabbit anti-RelA (A301-824A).
Detection of human CD247/CD3Z by WB of immunoprecipitates from HeLa lysate. Antibodies: Rabbit anti- anti-CD247/CD3Z recombinant monoclonal [BL-336-1B2] (A700-017) and rabbit anti-CD247/CD3Z (A305-170A & A305-212A). Secondary: ReliaBLOT® reagents (WB120).
Below is the entire list of targets involved in signal transduction. Can’t find what you are looking for? Bethyl offers a custom antibody service.