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Cancer Signal Transduction

Signal Transduction Antibodies

Introduction of Signal Transduction

Cells respond to their environment through a complex and interdependent series of signaling pathways that frequently begin at the cell membrane and transduced by proteins present in the cytoplasm and nucleus. The different steps involved in this process are detection of the stimulus on the surface of the cell membrane, transfer of the signal to cytoplasm, transmission of the signal to effector molecule triggering cell’s response in gene transcription. The various signal transduction members include various receptor such as G-protein coupled receptors, serine-threonine and tyrosine kinases, phosphatases, hormones and transcription factors.

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TP53 antibody - N-terminal region (ARP30312_P050) in Human Bronchial Epithelial cells using Western Blot JUN antibody - middle region (ARP38134_P050) in Human THP-1 cells using Western Blot CHEK2 (Phospho-Thr68) Antibody (OAAF00297) in lung carcinoma cells using Immunohistochemistry

Sample Type: Human Bronchial Epithelial

TP53 antibody - N-terminal region (ARP30312_P50) using human bronchial epithelial cell lysate in Western Blot, click here

Sample Type: Human THP-1

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Sample Type: Lung Carcinoma

CHEK2 (Phospho-Thr68) Antibody (OAAF00297) in lung carcinoma cells using Immunohistochemistry, click here