Rabbit polyclonal primary
iNOS Antibody (ER1706-89)
A549, LOVO, human tonsil tissue, human spleen tissue, mouse small intestine tissue.
Store at +4C after thawing. Aliquot store at -20C. Avoid repeated freeze/thaw cycles.
1*PBS (pH7.4), 0.2% BSA, 50% Glycerol. Preservative: 0.05% Sodium Azide.
Peptide affinity purified
HEP-NOS antibody; Hepatocyte NOS antibody; HEPNOS antibody; inducible antibody; Inducible nitric oxide synthase antibody; Inducible NO synthase antibody; Inducible NOS antibody; iNOS antibody; MAC NOS antibody; Macrophage NOS antibody; Nitric oxide synthase 2 inducible antibody; Nitric oxide synthase 2 inducible macrophage antibody; nitric oxide synthase 2A (inducible, hepatocytes) antibody; Nitric oxide synthase antibody; Nitric oxide synthase inducible antibody; nitric oxide synthase, macrophage antibody; NOS 2 antibody; NOS antibody; Nos II antibody; NOS type II antibody; nos2 antibody; NOS2_HUMAN antibody; NOS2A antibody; NOS2A, Inducible, Hepatocyte antibody; Peptidyl-cysteine S-nitrosylase NOS2 antibody
Belongs to the NOS family.
Expressed in the liver, retina, bone cells and airway epithelial cells of the lung. Not expressed in the platelets.
Polyubiquitinated; mediated by SPSB1, SPSB2 and SPSB4, leading to proteasomal degradation.
Cytoskeleton. Nucleus. Cytosol.
Nitric oxide (NO) has a broad range of biological activities and has been implicated in signaling pathways in phylogenetically diverse species. Nitric oxide synthases (NOSs), the enzymes responsible for synthesis of NO, contain an N-terminal oxygenase domain and a C-terminal reductase domain. NOS activity requires homodimerization as well as three cosubstrates (L-arginine, NADPH and O2) and five cofactors or prosthetic groups (FAD, FMN, calmodulin, tetrahydrobiopterin and heme). Several distinct NOS isoforms have been described and been shown to represent the products of three distinct genes. These include two constitutive Ca2+/CaM-dependent forms of NOS, including NOS1 (also designated ncNOS) whose activity was first identified in neurons, and NOS3 (also designated ecNOS), first identified in endothelial cells. The inducible form of NOS, NOS2 (also designated iNOS), is Ca2+-independent and is expressed in a broad range of cell types.