Recombinant Rabbit monoclonal primary
Recombinant Laminin beta 1 Monoclonal Antibody (ET1703-14)
A431, human kidney tissue, mouse colon tissue, mouse prostate tissue, mouse kidney tissue, mouse small intestine tissue.
Store at +4C after thawing. Aliquot store at -20C or -80C. Avoid repeated freeze / thaw cycles.
1*TBS (pH7.4), 0.05% BSA, 40% Glycerol. Preservative: 0.05% Sodium Azide.
Protein A purified.
Laminin beta 1
CLM antibody; Cutis laxa with marfanoid phenotype antibody; LAM B1 antibody; LAMB 1 antibody; LAMB1 antibody; LAMB1_HUMAN antibody; Laminin B1 antibody; Laminin B1 chain antibody; Laminin beta 1 chain antibody; Laminin beta 1 chain precursor antibody; Laminin beta1 antibody; Laminin subunit beta 1 antibody; Laminin subunit beta-1 antibody; Laminin-1 subunit beta antibody; Laminin-10 subunit beta antibody; Laminin-12 subunit beta antibody; Laminin-2 subunit beta antibody; Laminin-6 subunit beta antibody; Laminin-8 subunit beta antibody; LIS5 antibody; MGC142015 antibody
Laminins are essential and abundant structural non-collagenous glyco- proteins localizing to basement membranes. Basement membranes (cell-associated extracellular matrices (ECMs)) are polymers of laminins with stabilizing type IV collagen networks, nidogen, and several proteoglycans. Basement membranes are found under epithelial layers, around the endothelium of blood vessels, and surrounding muscle, peripheral nerve, and fat cells. Formation of basement membranes influences cell proliferation, phenotype, migration, gene expression, and tissue architecture. Each laminin is a heterotrimer of a, b, and g chain subunits that undergoes cell-secretion and incorporation into the ECM. Laminins can self-assemble, bind to other matrix macromolecules, and have unique and shared cell interactions mediated by integrins, dystroglycan, and cognate laminin receptors. The human Laminin b-1 gene maps to chromosome 7q22 and is ubiquitously expressed in tissues that produce basement membranes.