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    Santa Cruz Biotechnology rabbit anti furin polyclonal antibody h 220
    Rabbit Anti Furin Polyclonal Antibody H 220, supplied by Santa Cruz Biotechnology, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 94/100, based on 1 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Santa Cruz Biotechnology rabbit anti erp57 h 220
    TAP1-GFP interacts with UL49.5 and the peptide-loading complex. TAP1-HN-GFP (T1-HN) was immunoprecipitated by GFP-Trap from lysates of MJS cells expressing TAP1-HN-GFP and UL49.5 or wt MJS with UL49.5 only. Co-precipitating proteins were analyzed by SDS-PAGE and immunoblotting using <t>antibodies</t> against GFP, TAP2, <t>ERp57,</t> MHC I HC, and UL49.5. Right panel: cell lysates were loaded on SDS-PAGE directly and analyzed by immunoblotting.
    Rabbit Anti Erp57 H 220, supplied by Santa Cruz Biotechnology, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 91/100, based on 1 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Muromachi Kikai 3 chamber apparatus
    Zbtb16 KO mice display social impairment and repetitive behaviors. a Zbtb16 KO mice display small bodies and hind limb dysplasia. WT: wild-type, KO: Zbtb16 knockout . b A single nucleotide ( luxoid ) mutation in Zbtb16 results in a nonsense mutation (p.Arg234*). c Weight loss in Zbtb16 KO mice. d No significant difference in locomotion activity in Zbtb16 KO mice. e Representative heatmaps of social novelty behavior in the <t>3-chamber</t> social interaction test. E: empty, S1: stranger mouse one . f , g Quantification of interaction time ( f ) and distance during interaction (distance traveled around the targeting cage in white circle) ( g ) in social novelty section in WT mice. h , i Quantification of interaction time ( h ) and distance during interaction ( i ) in social novelty section in Zbtb16 KO mice. j Representative heatmaps of social cognitive behavior in the 3-chamber social interaction test. S2: stranger mouse two, F: familiar mouse . k , l Quantification of interaction time ( k ) and distance traveled during interaction ( l ) in social cognition section in WT mice. m , n Quantification of interaction time ( m ) and distance traveled during interaction ( n ) in social cognition section in Zbtb16 KO mice. WT mice spent more time and distance interacting with a stranger mouse than a familiar mouse, compared to Zbtb16 KO mice. o Quantification of grooming events. p Quantification of the number of grooming times. q Representative images after a marble-burying test. r Quantification of the number of buried marbles. Zbtb16 KO mice showed an increase in repetitive behaviors like burying marbles. Data are represented as means (±SEM). Asterisks indicate **** P
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    TAP1-GFP interacts with UL49.5 and the peptide-loading complex. TAP1-HN-GFP (T1-HN) was immunoprecipitated by GFP-Trap from lysates of MJS cells expressing TAP1-HN-GFP and UL49.5 or wt MJS with UL49.5 only. Co-precipitating proteins were analyzed by SDS-PAGE and immunoblotting using antibodies against GFP, TAP2, ERp57, MHC I HC, and UL49.5. Right panel: cell lysates were loaded on SDS-PAGE directly and analyzed by immunoblotting.

    Journal: Cells

    Article Title: Fluorescent TAP as a Platform for Virus-Induced Degradation of the Antigenic Peptide Transporter

    doi: 10.3390/cells8121590

    Figure Lengend Snippet: TAP1-GFP interacts with UL49.5 and the peptide-loading complex. TAP1-HN-GFP (T1-HN) was immunoprecipitated by GFP-Trap from lysates of MJS cells expressing TAP1-HN-GFP and UL49.5 or wt MJS with UL49.5 only. Co-precipitating proteins were analyzed by SDS-PAGE and immunoblotting using antibodies against GFP, TAP2, ERp57, MHC I HC, and UL49.5. Right panel: cell lysates were loaded on SDS-PAGE directly and analyzed by immunoblotting.

    Article Snippet: Antibodies used for immunoblotting: mouse anti-TAP1 monoclonal antibody MAb 143.5 (kindly provided by R. Tampé, Institute of Biochemistry, The Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany); mouse anti-TAP2 MAb 435.3 (a kind gift from P. van Endert, INSERM U25, Institute Necker, Paris, France); rabbit anti-TAP1 (Enzo Life Sciences, Farmingdale, NY, USA); rat anti-GFP 3H9 (Chromotek, Planegg, Germany); mouse anti-myc tag 9B11 (Cell Signaling, Danvers, MA, USA); rabbit anti-β-actin (Novus Biologicals, Centennial, CO, USA); rabbit anti-β-catenin (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, Dallas, TX, USA); rabbit antibodies (H11) against a synthetic peptide derived from the N-terminal domain of BoHV-1 UL49.5 [ ] and mouse anti-OctA (FLAG) G-8 (Santa Cruz Biotechnology); and mouse anti-HC10 [ ] and rabbit anti-ERp57 H-220 (Santa Cruz Biotechnology).

    Techniques: Immunoprecipitation, Expressing, SDS Page

    Zbtb16 KO mice display social impairment and repetitive behaviors. a Zbtb16 KO mice display small bodies and hind limb dysplasia. WT: wild-type, KO: Zbtb16 knockout . b A single nucleotide ( luxoid ) mutation in Zbtb16 results in a nonsense mutation (p.Arg234*). c Weight loss in Zbtb16 KO mice. d No significant difference in locomotion activity in Zbtb16 KO mice. e Representative heatmaps of social novelty behavior in the 3-chamber social interaction test. E: empty, S1: stranger mouse one . f , g Quantification of interaction time ( f ) and distance during interaction (distance traveled around the targeting cage in white circle) ( g ) in social novelty section in WT mice. h , i Quantification of interaction time ( h ) and distance during interaction ( i ) in social novelty section in Zbtb16 KO mice. j Representative heatmaps of social cognitive behavior in the 3-chamber social interaction test. S2: stranger mouse two, F: familiar mouse . k , l Quantification of interaction time ( k ) and distance traveled during interaction ( l ) in social cognition section in WT mice. m , n Quantification of interaction time ( m ) and distance traveled during interaction ( n ) in social cognition section in Zbtb16 KO mice. WT mice spent more time and distance interacting with a stranger mouse than a familiar mouse, compared to Zbtb16 KO mice. o Quantification of grooming events. p Quantification of the number of grooming times. q Representative images after a marble-burying test. r Quantification of the number of buried marbles. Zbtb16 KO mice showed an increase in repetitive behaviors like burying marbles. Data are represented as means (±SEM). Asterisks indicate **** P

    Journal: Translational Psychiatry

    Article Title: Zbtb16 regulates social cognitive behaviors and neocortical development

    doi: 10.1038/s41398-021-01358-y

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Zbtb16 KO mice display social impairment and repetitive behaviors. a Zbtb16 KO mice display small bodies and hind limb dysplasia. WT: wild-type, KO: Zbtb16 knockout . b A single nucleotide ( luxoid ) mutation in Zbtb16 results in a nonsense mutation (p.Arg234*). c Weight loss in Zbtb16 KO mice. d No significant difference in locomotion activity in Zbtb16 KO mice. e Representative heatmaps of social novelty behavior in the 3-chamber social interaction test. E: empty, S1: stranger mouse one . f , g Quantification of interaction time ( f ) and distance during interaction (distance traveled around the targeting cage in white circle) ( g ) in social novelty section in WT mice. h , i Quantification of interaction time ( h ) and distance during interaction ( i ) in social novelty section in Zbtb16 KO mice. j Representative heatmaps of social cognitive behavior in the 3-chamber social interaction test. S2: stranger mouse two, F: familiar mouse . k , l Quantification of interaction time ( k ) and distance traveled during interaction ( l ) in social cognition section in WT mice. m , n Quantification of interaction time ( m ) and distance traveled during interaction ( n ) in social cognition section in Zbtb16 KO mice. WT mice spent more time and distance interacting with a stranger mouse than a familiar mouse, compared to Zbtb16 KO mice. o Quantification of grooming events. p Quantification of the number of grooming times. q Representative images after a marble-burying test. r Quantification of the number of buried marbles. Zbtb16 KO mice showed an increase in repetitive behaviors like burying marbles. Data are represented as means (±SEM). Asterisks indicate **** P

    Article Snippet: Three-chamber social interaction testThe social interaction test consisted of three 5 min trials in the 3-chamber apparatus (W600 × D400 × H220 mm, SC-03M, Muromachi Kikai Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan).

    Techniques: Mouse Assay, Knock-Out, Mutagenesis, Activity Assay