PARP1 Automodified, human
Poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase-1 (PARP1) is an abundant and ubiquitous nuclear enzyme that catalyzes the NAD(+)-dependent addition of ADP-ribose polymers on a variety of nuclear proteins. The Tulip Biolabs, Inc. PARP1 Automodified, Cat.
#2095, is highly purified human PARP1, expressed in a baculovirus expression system, to which NAD+ and cofactors have been
added to allow PARP automodification by poly(ADP-ribose). The PARP1 is lyophilized from its
native state, and upon reconstitution with water, it retains residual poly ADP-ribosylation enzymatic
●Use in Western Blot, 100 ng/lane using HRP/TMB colorimetric methods
●ELISA, 2 ng/well
●SDS-PAGE, 0.75 µg/lane
●As a standard in other assays
Please see the Cat. #2095 Datasheet (pdf) for a complete description.
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