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  1. SMEK1 / Anti-SUPPRESSOR OF MEK 1 Antibody

    Starting at $89.00

     Immunogen: AT3G06670    F4JC31       
     Synonyms: SMEK1, PLATINUM SENSITIVE 2 LIKE, PP4R3, PSY2L, SUPPRESSOR OF MEK 1

     Background:

    SMEK1 forms a catalytically active complex with PP4 proteins. The complex has been shown to target and dephosphorylate HYL1 which in turn promotes miRNA biogenesis. SMEK1 accumulation is responsive to ABA.
  2. AT5G16210 / Anti-AT5G16210 Antibody

    Starting at $89.00

     Immunogen: AT5G16210    Q8VYW7       
     Synonyms: AT5G16210

     Background:

    AT5G16210
  3. RHD3-2 / Anti-Protein ROOT HAIR DEFECTIVE 3 Antibody

    Starting at $289.00

     Immunogen: AT1G72960    Q9SSN0       
     Synonyms: RHD3, GOLGI MUTANT 8, GOM8, ROOT HAIR DEFECTIVE 3

     Background:

    RHD3 is required for regulated cell expansion and normal root hair development. RHD3 is an evolutionarily conserved protein with putative GTP-binding motifs that is implicated in the control of vesicle trafficking between the endoplasmic reticulum and the Golgi compartments.
  4. SYP41/43 / Anti-Syntaxin-41/43 Antibody

    Starting at $89.00

     Immunogen: AT3G05710    Q9SUJ1       
     Synonyms: SYP41/43, ATSYP41, ATTLG2A, SYNTAXIN OF PLANTS 41, SYP41, ATSYP43, SYNTAXIN OF PLANTS 43, SYP43.

     Background:

    SYP41/43 is a member of SYP4 Gene Family that is a plant ortholog of the Tlg2/syntaxin16 Qa-SNARE. Together with SYP42 (AT4G02195), it regulates the secretory and vacuolar transport pathways in the post-Golgi network and maintains the morphology of the Golgi apparatus and TGN and is required for extracellular resistance responses to a fungal pathogen.
  5. SYP41/43 / Anti-Syntaxin-41/43 Antibody

    Starting at $89.00

     Immunogen: AT5G26980    O65359       
     Synonyms: SYP41/43, ATSYP41, ATTLG2A, SYNTAXIN OF PLANTS 41, SYP41, ATSYP43, SYNTAXIN OF PLANTS 43, SYP43.

     Background:

    SYP41/43 is a member of SYP4 Gene Family that is a plant ortholog of the Tlg2/syntaxin16 Qa-SNARE. Together with SYP42 (AT4G02195), it regulates the secretory and vacuolar transport pathways in the post-Golgi network and maintains the morphology of the Golgi apparatus and TGN and is required for extracellular resistance responses to a fungal pathogen.
  6. AT2G34250 / Anti-AT2G34250 Antibody

    Starting at $89.00

     Immunogen: AT2G34250    O80774       
     Synonyms: AT2G34250

     Background:

    Sec61p belongs to SecY protein transport family protein involved in protein secretion and transport.
  7.  SEC. 61-ALPHA1 / Anti-SecY protein transport family protein Antibody

    Starting at $89.00

     Immunogen: AT1G29310    Q8RWJ5       
     Synonyms: Sec61p

     Background:

    Sec61p belongs to SecY protein transport family protein involved in protein secretion and transport.
  8. VAB1 / Anti-V-type proton ATPase subunit B1 Antibody

    Starting at $89.00

     Immunogen: AT1G76030    P11574       
     Synonyms: ATVAB1, V-ATPASE B SUBUNIT 1, VAB1

     Background:

    Arabidopsis V-ATPase has three B subunits (AtVAB1, AtVAB2, and AtVAB3), which share 97.27% sequence identity and have two potential actin-binding sites, indicating that these AtVABs may have crucial functions in actin cytoskeleton remodeling and plant cell development.
  9. VAB2 / Anti-V-type proton ATPase subunit B2 Antibody

    Starting at $89.00

     Immunogen: AT4G38510    Q9SZN1       
     Synonyms: ATVAB2, V-ATPASE B SUBUNIT 2, VAB2

     Background:

    Arabidopsis V-ATPase has three B subunits (AtVAB1, AtVAB2, and AtVAB3), which share 97.27% sequence identity and have two potential actin-binding sites, indicating that these AtVABs may have crucial functions in actin cytoskeleton remodeling and plant cell development.
  10. VAB3 / Anti-V-type proton ATPase subunit B3 Antibody

    Starting at $89.00

     Immunogen: AT1G20260    Q8W4E2       
     Synonyms: ATVAB3, V-ATPASE B SUBUNIT 3, VAB3, VHA-B3

     Background:

    Arabidopsis V-ATPase has three B subunits (AtVAB1, AtVAB2, and AtVAB3), which share 97.27% sequence identity and have two potential actin-binding sites, indicating that these AtVABs may have crucial functions in actin cytoskeleton remodeling and plant cell development.

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