Recombinant Human Histone Deacetylase 6 Protein, His Tag Recombinant Proteins Recombinanthuman HDAC6 was expressed in insect cells with Histag. The molecular weight of the protein is 131 kDa
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Formulation:
Source: Producedin insect cells.
Usage: Our recombinant proteins are For Research Use Only. This product is not intended or approved for human, diagnostics or veterinary use

Recombinant Human Histone Deacetylase 6 Protein, His Tag

The product is for non-human research only. Not for therapeutic or veterinary use.

Catalog No: bt-212419

Source: Producedin insect cells.

Product Name Recombinant Human Histone Deacetylase 6 Protein, His Tag
Host Species Homo sapiens (human)
Description Recombinanthuman HDAC6 was expressed in insect cells with Histag. The molecular weight of the protein is 131 kDa
Product Background HDAC6is a class II HDAC, a group defined by its member's homology to the yeastHDAC HDA1. It is unique among human HDACs in that it contains two fulldeacetylase domains. A tubulin deacetylase, HDAC6 may act to promoteautophagic clearing of huntingtin aggregates and retard HIV1 infection, butalso to promote invasive motility in tumor cells.
Product Type Recombinant Protein
Purity Greater than 90% bySDS-PAGE
Source Producedin insect cells.
Storage -70°C.The enzyme is stable on ice for the time typically required to set up anexperiment (30-60 min.), but may lose activity with prolonged storage on ice.It is recommended that thawing and dilution of the enzyme be done within asshort a time as possible before start of the assay. The remaining, unused,undiluted enzyme should be refrozen quickly by, for example, snap freezing ina dry/ice ethanol bath or liquid nitrogen. Freezing and storage of dilutedenzyme is not recommended.
Synonym HDAC6,histone deacetylase 6, HD6, JM21, FLJ16239, EC 3.5.1.98, KIAA0901,OTTHUMP00000032398, OTTHUMP0000019766
Uniprot No Q9UBN7
Usage Our recombinant proteins are For Research Use Only. This product is not intended or approved for human, diagnostics or veterinary use
Last Modified Mar 08 2019