Histone H2B peptide

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Description

Peptide from histone H2B, one of the four core histone proteins

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Application Data

Catalogue number crb1200311
Antibody Histone H2B peptide
Antigen Peptide Histone H2B peptide
Protein ID UniProtKB - P62807
Aliases Histone H2B type 1-C/E/F/G/I
Cross-Reactivity Human, Rabbit, Mouse
Specificity Protein
Citations

Cole, A., Clifton-Bligh, R. and Marsh, D. (2014). Histone H2B monoubiquitination: roles to play in human malignancy. Endoc-Related Cancer, 22(1), T19-T33. PMID: 24891457

Khan, M., Alam, K., Hassan, S. and Rizvi, M. (2017). Nitration of H2B histone elicits an immune response in experimental animals. Autoimmunity, 50(4), 232-240. PMID: 28737980

Mao, P., Kyriss, M., Hodges, A., Duan, M., Morris, R., Lavine, M., Topping, T., Gloss, L. and Wyrick, J. (2016). A basic domain in the histone H2B N-terminal tail is important for nucleosome assembly by FACT. Nucleic Acids Res, 44(19), 9142–9152. PMID: 27369377

 

References

Cole, A., Clifton-Bligh, R. and Marsh, D. (2014). Histone H2B monoubiquitination: roles to play in human malignancy. Endoc-Related Cancer, 22(1), T19-T33. PMID: 24891457

Khan, M., Alam, K., Hassan, S. and Rizvi, M. (2017). Nitration of H2B histone elicits an immune response in experimental animals. Autoimmunity, 50(4), 232-240. PMID: 28737980

Mao, P., Kyriss, M., Hodges, A., Duan, M., Morris, R., Lavine, M., Topping, T., Gloss, L. and Wyrick, J. (2016). A basic domain in the histone H2B N-terminal tail is important for nucleosome assembly by FACT. Nucleic Acids Res, 44(19), 9142–9152. PMID: 27369377

 

Data Sheet Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)

Antigenic peptide from Histone H2B. H2B. H2B is one of the four core histone proteins which make up the protein core of the nucleosome around which DNA is wound to form the basic unit of chromatin. H2B, like other histone proteins is highly conserved across species with even distantly related species having high levels of sequence homology. Post translational modifications of histones such as H2B by acetylation, phosphorylation and ubiquitination can affect the organisation of the chromatin and gene transcription. There are 16 isoforms of H2B in humans, 13 that are expressed in somatic cells, and 3 that are testis-specific.

Histone H2B peptide