Anti-KCNU1/Slo3 pH-Sensitive Maxi-K+ Channel Antibody (N2/16)


Primary Antibody
Mouse
N2/16
ICC, WB
Mouse
Purified
Kcnu1 Kcnma3 Ksper Slo3
115 kDa

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Anti-KCNU1/Slo3 pH-Sensitive Maxi-K+ Channel Antibody
SKU: 75-056

Volume: 100 µL
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Product Specific References for Applications and Species

Immunoprecipitation: Mouse
PMID Dilution Publication
22084117not listedYang, C., et al. 2011. LRRC52 (leucine-rich-repeat-containing protein 52), a testis-specific auxiliary subunit of the alkalization-activated Slo3 channel.. PNAS: USA, 19419-19424.
214272265ugZeng, X.H., et al. 2011. Deletion of the Slo3 gene abolishes alkalization-activated K+ current in mouse spermatozoa.. PNAS: USA, 5879-5884.
Immunoprecipitation: Xenopus
PMID Dilution Publication
22084117not listedYang, C., et al. 2011. LRRC52 (leucine-rich-repeat-containing protein 52), a testis-specific auxiliary subunit of the alkalization-activated Slo3 channel.. PNAS: USA, 19419-19424.
Western Blot: Mouse
PMID Dilution Publication
312707581:1000Chávez, J.C., et al. 2019. A cytoplasmic Slo3 isoform is expressed in somatic tissues. Molecular Biology Reports, 5561-5567.
25675513not listedZeng, X.H., et al. 2015. SLO3 auxiliary subunit LRRC52 controls gating of sperm KSPER currents and is critical for normal fertility.. PNAS: USA, 2599-2604.
201388822.8ug/mlSanti, C.M., et al. 2010. The SLO3 sperm-specific potassium channel plays a vital role in male fertility.. FEBS Letters, 1041-1046.
19516020not listedWang, H., et al. 2009. A novel, single, transmembrane protein CATSPERG is associated with CATSPER1 channel protein.. Biology of Reproduction, 539-544.
Western Blot: Xenopus
PMID Dilution Publication
195785431:200Yang, C.T., et al. 2009. Interactions between beta subunits of the KCNMB family and Slo3: beta4 selectively modulates Slo3 expression and function.. PLoS One, e6135.
193387741:10 (supe)Martínez-López, P., et al. 2009. Mouse sperm K+ currents stimulated by pH and cAMP possibly coded by Slo3 channels.. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 204-209.

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