LanthaScreen™ Tb-pSTAT3 [pTyr705] Antibody Kit

Catalog number: PV4846

LanthaScreen™ Tb-pSTAT3 [pTyr705] Antibody Kit

Catalog number: PV4846
Catalog Number
PV4846
Unit Size
25 µg
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1 MG
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PV484625 µg
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PV48471 MG
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A part of the JAK/STAT Pathway, STAT3 (Signal Transducer and Activator of Transcription 3) is phosphorylated at Tyr705 by the Janus family of tyrosine kinases.

For use in combination with the GFP-STAT3 physiological protein substrate (PV5212) and the LanthaScreen™ STAT3 GripTite™ cell line (K1488) to evaluate inhibitors in medium to high throughput screening applications.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

Specifications

Antigen
Tyrosine kinases
Applications
Kinase Assay, Drug Discovery and Development, Enzyme and Protein Activity Assays, Target and Lead Identification and Validation, Protein Assay, Protein Assays and Analysis, Target and Lead Identification and Validation
Concentration
0.48mg/mL
Conjugate
Tb (Terbium)/GFP (EmGFP)/Lanthanide Chelates
Molecular Weight of Antigen
150kDa
Quantity
25 μg
Regulatory Status
RUO, RUO
Primary or Secondary
Primary
Packaging
1 Kit(s)
Antibody Molecular Weight
150000 Da
Assay Entry
Cell-based terbium phospho-specific activity (stable)
Format
384-well Plate
Excitation/Emission
340⁄490, 520
Reactivity
Human
Shipping Condition
Dry Ice
Readout
End Point
Reactivity abrv
Hu
Target Entry
STAT3
Target Enzyme
Tyrosine Kinases
Technique
TR-FRET
Validated Kinases
JAK1, JAK2, JAK3, TYK2

Contents & Storage

Terbium-labeled anti-STAT3 [pTyr705] antibody in HEPES buffered saline. Store at -20°C.

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