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Phosphorylation Site-Detector B-Myb

  
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Phosphorylation Site-Detector B-Myb

Product Code: PD-005

Peptide microarray displaying 345 peptides derived from a peptide scan (13 mers with 11 aa overlap) through B-Myp (Swiss-Prot ID: P10244) of Homo sapiens (Human).
Amount: 1 peptide microarray (each peptide is deposited 3x per subarray, 4 subarrays per slide) + dummy slide and spacers (needed for incubation)
Purity: Free of truncated sequences
Delivery Format: Peptides immobilized onto glass slide (3 x 1 inches; 75 by 25 mm)
Application(s): Phosphosite detection, Substrate identification
Indication(s)/Topic(s): Kinase
Delivery Time: 3 weeks

Phosphorylation Site-Detectors
JPT Peptide Technologies applies its unique peptide microarray platform to generate peptide microarrays on glass slides enabling characterization of enzymes such as kinases as well as methyl, glycosyl, acetyl transferases. Peptides are immobilized on glass slides via a flexible linker. Chemoselective coupling generates microarrays displaying covalently attached peptides in four identical subarrays (3 copies of peptide within each subarray). Incubation can be performed manually or automated.

Benefits of JPT's Phosphorylation Site-Detector
- Get hundreds of identical microarray copies
- Peptides are free of truncated sequences
- Small amounts of your enzyme preparation is needed for incubation
- Applicable to a variety of biological samples (e.g. serum, lysate, kinase)
- Low background on glass surface
- Read-out using fluorescenctly labeled antibodies or radioisotopically labeled ATP
- Screen thousands of potential peptide substrates economically

Phosphorylation Site-Detector B-Myb

References:
Read References with Enzyme Substrate Microarrays

Application Notes for Enzyme Substrate Microarrays
"Exploring the human acetylome using high-density peptide microarrays"
Masch et al., Application Note (2012) (full text)
"Unraveling Phosphorylation of the Splicing Factor SC35 by the Dual Signaling Kinase PKC in Human T-Cells"
Rao et al., Application Note (2016) (full text)
"Use of High-Density Histone Peptide Arrays for Parsing the Specificity of a Histone Modifying Enzyme Complex"
Wilczek et al., Application Note (2013) (full text)

Testimonial
"With JPT´s peptide microarray platform, high- throughput kinase profiling using small amounts of cell lysate becomes feasible, providing access to the discovery and monitoring of novel biomarkers in Parkinson's Disease."
Jeremy Nichols, Parkinsons's Institute, Sunnyvale, USA

Phosphorylation Site-Detector B-Myb

 
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Description

Product Code: PD-005

Peptide microarray displaying 345 peptides derived from a peptide scan (13 mers with 11 aa overlap) through B-Myp (Swiss-Prot ID: P10244) of Homo sapiens (Human).
Amount: 1 peptide microarray (each peptide is deposited 3x per subarray, 4 subarrays per slide) + dummy slide and spacers (needed for incubation)
Purity: Free of truncated sequences
Delivery Format: Peptides immobilized onto glass slide (3 x 1 inches; 75 by 25 mm)
Application(s): Phosphosite detection, Substrate identification
Indication(s)/Topic(s): Kinase
Delivery Time: 3 weeks

Phosphorylation Site-Detectors
JPT Peptide Technologies applies its unique peptide microarray platform to generate peptide microarrays on glass slides enabling characterization of enzymes such as kinases as well as methyl, glycosyl, acetyl transferases. Peptides are immobilized on glass slides via a flexible linker. Chemoselective coupling generates microarrays displaying covalently attached peptides in four identical subarrays (3 copies of peptide within each subarray). Incubation can be performed manually or automated.

Benefits of JPT's Phosphorylation Site-Detector
- Get hundreds of identical microarray copies
- Peptides are free of truncated sequences
- Small amounts of your enzyme preparation is needed for incubation
- Applicable to a variety of biological samples (e.g. serum, lysate, kinase)
- Low background on glass surface
- Read-out using fluorescenctly labeled antibodies or radioisotopically labeled ATP
- Screen thousands of potential peptide substrates economically

References

References:
Read References with Enzyme Substrate Microarrays

Application Notes for Enzyme Substrate Microarrays
"Exploring the human acetylome using high-density peptide microarrays"
Masch et al., Application Note (2012) (full text)
"Unraveling Phosphorylation of the Splicing Factor SC35 by the Dual Signaling Kinase PKC in Human T-Cells"
Rao et al., Application Note (2016) (full text)
"Use of High-Density Histone Peptide Arrays for Parsing the Specificity of a Histone Modifying Enzyme Complex"
Wilczek et al., Application Note (2013) (full text)

Testimonial
"With JPT´s peptide microarray platform, high- throughput kinase profiling using small amounts of cell lysate becomes feasible, providing access to the discovery and monitoring of novel biomarkers in Parkinson's Disease."
Jeremy Nichols, Parkinsons's Institute, Sunnyvale, USA

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