Acetyl-Specific Antibodies

Acetylation is an important modification of proteins in cell biology and occurs as a co-translational and post-translational modification of proteins, for example, histones, p53, and tubulins. Among these proteins, chromatin proteins and metabolic enzymes are highly represented, indicating that acetylation has a considerable impact on gene expression and metabolism.

Theses antibodies are acetyl specific and allow for the detection of a large selection of acetylated proteins.