Human Phospho Nuclear/Membrane Receptor Protein Array, 25 Target proteins (HA-PNR-PA)

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NameHuman Phospho Nuclear/Membrane Receptor Protein Array, 25 Target proteins (HA-PNR-PA)
Target SpeciesHuman
Target NamesAndrogen Receptor (Ser213), Androgen Receptor (Ser650), c-Kit (Tyr721), EGFR (Ser1070), EGFR (Tyr1092), EGFR (Tyr1110), EGFR (Tyr1172), EGFR (Tyr1197), EGFR (Tyr869), Estrogen Receptor-a (Ser104), Estrogen Receptor-a (Ser106), Estrogen Receptor-a (Ser118), Estrogen Receptor-a (Ser167), HER2 (Tyr1221/Phospho-Tyr1222), HER2 (Tyr1248), HER2 (Tyr877), IGF-1R (Tyr1161), IGF-1R (Tyr1165/1166),p56Dok-2 (Tyr299), p62Dok (Tyr362), p62Dok (Tyr398), PDGF Receptor b (Tyr751), Progesterone Receptor (Ser190), VEGFR2 (Tyr1175), VEGFR2 (Tyr1214), VEGFR2 (Tyr951)
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StorageStore at 4°C for at least 6 months. For extended storage, store Biotin Reagent and Coupling Reagent at -20°C and all other reagents including array sildes undiluted at 4°C for no more than 6 months.
Solid SupportMembrane
Suitable SamplesSuitable for all liquid sample types, such as Cell Culture Supernatants, Cell Lysates, Tissue Lysates, Plasma, and Serum. Some of the products may suitable for frozen or FFPE tissue lysates. Contact for detailed informations.
Suggested ApplicationQualitative protein profiling
Identify candidate biomarkers
Key Factors Screening
Biological Process Confirming
Biomarker Validation
Validation of Antibody Array Results
Phosphorylation changes at specific sites
Normal Range Establishing
Compare profiles of normal diseased or treated samples
Number of Targets25

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