Enzo Life Sciences

Enzo Life Sciences, incorporating ALEXIS® Biochemicals and BIOMOL® International, offers a comprehensive panel of innovative life science reagents. Antibodies, enzymes, proteins, small molecule inhibitors, product libraries, and assay kits are available for research in Cancer, Cell Death, Epigenetics, Genomics, Immunology, Neuroscience, Signal Transduction, and Ubiquitin & Proteasomes, Enabling Discovery in Life Science(tm). Visit www.enzolifesciences.com.

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  • Sumoylation kit was used for in vitro sumoylation assay in order to study the mechanism that how the Mms21 SUMO Ligase is controlled during DNA Repair.
  • Anti-hexokinase antibody was used to perform Western blotting in order to study the mechanism that how the Mms21 SUMO Ligase is controlled during DNA Repair.
  • Anti-FK1 antibody was used in immunohistochemistry assay in order to investigate the role of voltage-gated calcium channel in autophagy and maintaining neuronal homeostasis.
  • Enzo Life Sciences FK506 was used to perform drug treatment in order to study the role of Dectin-1 in anti-tumor responses.
  • Enzo Life Sciences anti-HSP27 was used to perform western blot in order to study the function of eEF1A1 in transcription during heat shock response.
  • Enzo Life Sciences anti-HSP70 was used to perform western blot in order to study the function of eEF1A1 in transcription during heat shock response.
  • Enzo Life Sciences anti-HSF2 was used to perform EMSA in order to study the function of eEF1A1 in transcription during heat shock response.
  • Enzo Life Sciences anti-HSF1 was used to perform EMSA in order to study the function of eEF1A1 in transcription during heat shock response.
  • Enzo Life Sciences p1730R vector was used to perform DNA cloning in order to study the function of eEF1A1 in transcription during heat shock response.
  • BioMol International rabbit anti-NCS1 was used to perform immunocytochemistry in order to study the role of the neuronal calcium sensor-1 in the functional plasticity in spinal cord in rats.
  • BIOMOL anti-ubiquitin (FK2) was used to perform immunohistochemistry in order to study the mechanism by which USP8 regulates Smo signaling in Drosophila.