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BIN1 synonym: AMPH2; AMPHL; SH3P9; amphiphysin II; amphiphysin-like protein; box dependant MYC interacting protein 1; box-dependent myc-interacting protein 1; myc box-dependent-interacting protein 1

  • Upstate Biotechnology mouse monoclonal anti-BIN1 antibody was used in immunocytochemistry to study the amphiphysin 2/SNX4 partnership important for the control of the endosome fate, after the formation of the endocytic vesicle.ncbi, more
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    Table 1. BIN1 antibody western blot.
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  • Sigma mouse anti-BIN1 antibody(1:50) was used to perform immunohistochemistry, western blot, and immunoprecipitation in order to study the BIN1 localized Cav1.2 to cardiac T-tubulesbetancbi, more , figure 1
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    BIN1 antibody western blot Sigma-Aldrich
    BIN1 antibody western blot Sigma-Aldrich
    Co-immunoprecipitation between BIN1-V5 (IP) and Cav1.2 (IB) in HeLa cells.

    BIN1 antibody immunoprecipitation Sigma-Aldrich
    BIN1 antibody immunoprecipitation Sigma-Aldrich
    Co-immunoprecipitation between BIN1-V5 (IP) and Cav1.2 (IB) in HeLa cells.

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    Confocal images of human and mouse cardiomyocytes stained with mouse anti-BIN1 (green) and rabbit anti-Cav1.2 (red).
    Ting Ting Hong et al. (2010). "BIN1 localizes the L-type calcium channel to cardiac T-tubules".PMID 20169111
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Table 2. BIN1 antibody immunoprecipitation.
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Table 3. BIN1 antibody immunohistochemistry.
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Table 4. BIN1 antibody immunocytochemistry.
Articles Reviewed
  1. Ting Ting Hong et al. (2010). "BIN1 localizes the L-type calcium channel to cardiac T-tubules".PMID 20169111
  2. Corinne Leprince et al. (2003). "Sorting nexin 4 and amphiphysin 2, a new partnership between endocytosis and intracellular trafficking".PMID 12668730