IRF3 Fusion Protein

Catalog number: 11312-1-AP
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Product Name:
IRF3 Rabbit Polyclonal antibody

Catalog No:
11312-1-AP

Source:
E. coli-derived, {{ptg:Vector}}

Peptide Sequence:
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({{ptg:AntigenPeptide}} encoded by BC009395)

Activity:
Not tested.

Endotoxin Level:
Please contact the lab for more information.
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Formulation:
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Reconstitution:
Reconstitute at {{ptg:SizeDesc}} sterile water for short-term storage.
Reconstitution with 200 μl 50% glycerol solution is recommended for longer term storage (see Stability and Storage for more details).
If a different concentration is needed for your purposes please adjust the reconstitution volume as required (please note: the ion concentration of the final solution will vary according to the volume used).
Note: Centrifuge vial before opening. When reconstituting, gently pipet and wash down the sides of the vial to ensure full recovery of the protein into solution.

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Stability and Storage:
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Storage of Reconstituted Protein:
Short-term storage: Store at 2-8°C for (1-2 weeks).
Long-term storage: Aliquot and store at -20°C to -80°C for up to 3 months, buffer containing 50% glycerol is recommended for reconstitution. Avoid repeat freeze-thaw cycles.

Background

The virul-induced expression of interferon(IFN) genes in infected cells implicate in the interplay of several constitutively expressed and virus-activated transcription factors. A family of IFN regulatory factors(IRFs) have been shown to has a role in the transcription of IFN genes as well as IFN-stimulated genes. IRF3 is a novel key transcriptional regulator of type I IFN-dependent immune responses and involves in the innate immune response against DNA and RNA viruses, by binding to the promoters of IFN. It located in the cytoplasm of uninfected cells in an inactive form, and following viral infection, double-stranded RNA (dsRNA), or toll-like receptor (TLR) signaling, could be phosphorylated by IKBKE and TBK1 kinases. This induces a conformational change, leading to its dimerization, nuclear localization and association with CREB binding protein (CREBBP) to form dsRNA-activated factor 1 (DRAF1), a complex which activates the transcription of the type I IFN and ISG genes. IRF3 exists some isoforms with MV 47-49 kDa, 33 kDa and 12-16 kDa.


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