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This antibody reacts with human Histone H3.2. A BLAST analysis was used to suggest cross-reactivity with Human, mouse, and C. elegans. Predicted to react with many species including rat, chicken, Xenopus, Drosophila, and plant based on 100% sequence homology. Cross-reactivity with Histone H3 from other sources has not been determined.
Histone H3 is one of the DNA-binding proteins found in the chromatin of all eukaryotic cells. H3 along with four core histone proteins binds to DNA forming the structure of the nucleosome. Histones play a central role in transcription regulation, DNA repair, DNA replication and chromosomal stability. Post translationally, histones are modified in a variety of ways to either directly change the chromatin structure or allow for the binding of specific transcription factors. The N-terminal tail of histone H3 protrudes from the globular nucleosome core and can undergo several different types of post-translational modification that influence cellular processes. These modifications include the covalent attachment of methyl or acetyl groups to lysine and arginine amino acids and the phosphorylation of serine or threonine.
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Protein Aliases: CG31613-PA; Di histone H3/c; di-methyl H3; di-methyl histone H3; Di-Methyl-H3 K4; Di-Methyl-H3 Lys4; Di-Methyl-Histone H3 K4; Di-Methyl-Histone H3 Lys4; dimethyl H3; Dimethyl Histone H3; H3 histone; H3 histone family, member A; H3 histone family, member I; H3 histone family, member J; H3 histone family, member K; H3 histone family, member L; H3 histone family, member M; H3 histone, family 2; H3 K4me2; H3-clustered histone 13; H3-clustered histone 14; H3-clustered histone 15; H3-clustered histone 2; H3-clustered histone 3; H3-clustered histone 4; H3-clustered histone 6; H3-clustered histone 7; H3/b; H3/d; H3/f; H3/j; H3K4; H3Lys4me2; His3:CG31613-PA; histone 1, H3a; histone 1, H3b; histone 1, H3f; histone 1, H3h; histone 1, H3j; histone 2, H3a; histone 2, H3c; histone 2, H3c2; histone 2, H3ca2; Histone 3; histone cluster 2, H3c2, pseudogene; histone gene complex 1; Histone H2A; Histone H3; Histone H3.1; Histone H3.2; Histone H3/a; Histone H3/b; Histone H3/c; Histone H3/d; Histone H3/f; Histone H3/h; Histone H3/i; Histone H3/j; Histone H3/k; Histone H3/l; Histone H3/m; Histone H3/o; Histone H3K4; Histone H3K4me2; methyl Histone 3; methyl Histone H3
Gene Aliases: B0035.7; CELE_T10C6.12; CG31613; CG33803; CG33806; CG33809; CG33812; CG33815; CG33818; CG33821; CG33824; CG33827; CG33830; CG33833; CG33836; CG33839; CG33842; CG33845; CG33848; CG33851; CG33854; CG33857; CG33860; CG33863; CG33866; Dmel\CG31613; Dmel_CG31613; F07B7.10; F07B7.3; F08G2.2; F17E9.13; F35H10.1; F45F2.4; F54E12.5; F55G1.10; H02I12.7; H3; H3-143; H3-291; H3-53; H3-614; H3-B; H3-F; H3.1-221; H3.1-291; H3.1-I; H3.2; H3.2-221; H3.2-614; H3.2-615; H3.2-616; h3.2a; H3/A; H3/i; H3/j; H3/k; H3/l; H3/M; H3/n; H3/o; H3a; H3b; H3C1; H3C10; H3C11; H3C12; H3C13; H3C14; H3C15; H3C2; H3C3; H3C4; H3C6; H3C7; H3C8; H3f; H3F1K; H3F2; H3FA; H3FB; H3FC HIST1H3C; H3FD; H3FF; H3FH; H3FI; H3FJ; H3FK; H3FL; H3FM; H3FN; H3g; H3h; H3i; h3r; his-12; his-16; his-19; his-21; his-3; his-30; his-33; his-43; his-47; his-51; his-53; his-57; his-61; his-65; his-68; his-7; His3; His3:CG31613; His3:CG33803; His3:CG33806; His3:CG33809; His3:CG33812; His3:CG33815; His3:CG33818; His3:CG33821; His3:CG33824; His3:CG33827; His3:CG33830; His3:CG33833; His3:CG33836; His3:CG33839; His3:CG33842; His3:CG33845; His3:CG33848; His3:CG33851; His3:CG33854; His3:CG33857; His3:CG33860; His3:CG33863; His3:CG33866; Hist1; HIST1H3A; HIST1H3B; Hist1h3c; HIST1H3D; HIST1H3E; HIST1H3F; HIST1H3G; HIST1H3H; HIST1H3I; HIST1H3J; hist2h3; HIST2H3A; Hist2h3b; HIST2H3C; Hist2h3c1; Hist2h3c2; Hist2h3c2-ps; Hist2h3ca1; Hist2h3ca2; HIST2H3D; K06C4.11; K06C4.3; M32461; T10C6.12; T23D8.6; XELAEV_18028537mg; ZK131.10; ZK131.6
Entrez Gene ID: (Human) 8350, (Human) 8358, (Human) 8968, (Human) 8357, (Human) 8356, (Human) 333932, (Human) 126961, (Fruit fly) 318847, (Mouse) 360198, (Mouse) 319150, (Mouse) 260423, (Mouse) 319152, (Mouse) 97114, (C. elegans) 180073, (Xenopus) 399088
Molecular Function: histone