A suggested positive control is human thymus tissue lysate.
PA5-20882 can be used with blocking peptide PEP-0996.
N-terminal acetylation is one of the most common protein modifications in eukaryotes, occurring on approximately 57% and 84% on yeast and human proteins respectively. There are several N-terminal acetylating enzyme complexes (NatA - NatE). Unlike the other complexes, NatD is composed of a single protein, NAT11, and has recently been described to acetylate the Serine N-termini of histones H2A and H4 in yeast. The role these modifications play is unknown; yeast that do not express NAT11 grow at normal rates and have no observable phenotypes. The role of the human homolog is likewise unknown.
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Protein Aliases: N(alpha)-acetyltransferase 40, NatD catalytic subunit, homolog; N-acetyltransferase 11; N-acetyltransferase 11 (GCN5-related, putative); N-alpha acetyl transferase 40; N-alpha-acetyltransferase 40; N-alpha-acetyltransferase 40, NatD catalytic subunit; N-alpha-acetyltransferase D; Nalpha acetyltransferase 40; NAT11, PATT1; NatD; natD catalytic subunit; Protein acetyltransferase 1
Gene Aliases: 4931433E08Rik; AU023197; NAA40; NAT11; PATT1