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Aliquoting is unnecessary for -20°C storage.
Monoclonal Anti-Titin can be used for study of the elastic filaments within sarcomeric structures. It is also useful as a differentiation marker in the separation of rhabdomyosarcomas from other muscle tumors. By indirect immunofluorescence the antibody displays a typical striated staining pattern on frozen sections of chicken skeletal and cardiac muscle tissues. Stains the region of the A-I junction by indirect immunofluorescence. It shows a decoration line 0.05 mm from the end of the A band in electron micro-graphs. In immunoblotting using total extracts of chicken breast muscle the antibody reacts specifically with both bands of the titin doublet, and showed no reaction with nebulin.
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Protein Aliases: 220.127.116.11; Connectin; DKFZp451N061; FLJ26020; FLJ26409; FLJ32040; FLJ34413; FLJ39564; FLJ43066; Rhabdomyosarcoma antigen MU-RMS-40.14; Titin; ttn
Gene Aliases: 1100001C23Rik; 2310036G12Rik; 2310057K23Rik; 2310074I15Rik; AF006999; AV006427; CMD1G; CMH9; CMPD4; D330041I19Rik; D830007G01Rik; EOMFC; HMERF; L56; LGMD2J; mdm; MYLK5; shru; TMD; TTN
UniProt ID: (Human) Q8WZ42
Molecular Function: immunoglobulin receptor superfamily