This is a review about HIF-1 alpha, based on 131 published articles (read how Labome selects the articles), using HIF-1 alpha antibody in all methods. It is aimed to help Labome visitors find the most suited HIF-1 alpha antibody.
HIF-1 alpha synonym: HIF-1-alpha; HIF-1A; HIF-1alpha; HIF1; HIF1-ALPHA; MOP1; PASD8; bHLHe78; ARNT interacting protein; ARNT-interacting protein; PAS domain-containing protein 8; basic-helix-loop-helix-PAS protein MOP1; class E basic helix-loop-helix protein 78; hypoxia inducible factor 1, alpha subunit (basic helix-loop-helix transcription factor); hypoxia-inducible factor 1 alpha isoform I.3; hypoxia-inducible factor 1, alpha subunit (basic helix-loop-helix transcription factor); hypoxia-inducible factor1alpha; member of PAS protein 1; member of PAS superfamily 1

Santa Cruz Biotechnology
mouse monoclonal (3C144)
  • WB; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Santa Cruz, sc-71247) was used in western blot on human samples. PLoS ONE (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (H-206)
  • IHC-F; mouse; fig s5
In order to report fate mapping of hypoxic cells in the heart using transgenic mice, Santa Cruz Biotechnology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Santa, sc-10790) was used in immunohistochemistry - frozen section on mouse samples (fig s5). Nature (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha 67)
  • WB; human; fig 3
Santa Cruz Biotechnology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Santa Cruz, sc-53546) was used in western blot on human samples (fig 3). EBioMedicine (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (H-206)
  • WB; mouse; 1:50; fig  6
Santa Cruz Biotechnology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Santa Cruz, sc-10790) was used in western blot on mouse samples at 1:50 (fig  6). J Mol Cell Cardiol (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (28b)
  • IHC-P; human; fig 4
  • WB; human; fig 4
Santa Cruz Biotechnology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc-13515) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples (fig 4) and in western blot on human samples (fig 4). PLoS ONE (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (H-206)
  • WB; human
In order to identify genetic alterations and corresponding stable phenotypes that develop in cancer cells following cyclic hypoxia, Santa Cruz Biotechnology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Santa-Cruz Biotechnology, SC-10790) was used in western blot on human samples. PLoS ONE (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (H-206)
  • IHC-F; mouse; 1:100
Santa Cruz Biotechnology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Santa Cruz, H-206) was used in immunohistochemistry - frozen section on mouse samples at 1:100. Neuroscience (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (H-206)
  • IHC; mouse; 1:400
Santa Cruz Biotechnology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Santa Cruz biotechnology, sc-10790) was used in immunohistochemistry on mouse samples at 1:400. PLoS ONE (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha 67)
  • IC; human; 1:50; fig 4
In order to identify PITX1 as a key specificity factor for HIF-1alpha dependent gene expression, Santa Cruz Biotechnology HIF-1 alpha antibody (anta Cruz, sc-53546) was used in immunocytochemistry on human samples at 1:50 (fig 4). Cell Cycle (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha 67)
  • WB; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc-53546) was used in western blot on human samples. Oncotarget (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (H-206)
  • WB; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc-10790) was used in western blot on human samples. FEBS Lett (2014) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (H-206)
  • WB; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc-10790) was used in western blot on human samples. Oncotarget (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (H-206)
  • WB; mouse; 1:1000
Santa Cruz Biotechnology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Santa Cruz, SC-10790) was used in western blot on mouse samples at 1:1000. Eur Neuropsychopharmacol (2014) ncbi
goat polyclonal (C-19)
  • IC; rat; 1:100
Santa Cruz Biotechnology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc-8711) was used in immunocytochemistry on rat samples at 1:100. Acta Neuropathol Commun (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha 67)
  • WB; rat; 1:2000
  • IHC; rat; 1:100
Santa Cruz Biotechnology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc-53546) was used in western blot on rat samples at 1:2000 and in immunohistochemistry on rat samples at 1:100. Br J Neurosurg (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (28b)
  • EMSA; human; 1 ug
Santa Cruz Biotechnology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Santa-Cruz Biotechnology Inc., sc13515) was used in EMSA on human samples at 1 ug. Liver Int (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha 67)
  • WB; rat
Santa Cruz Biotechnology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc-53546) was used in western blot on rat samples. Vascular (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha 67)
  • WB; rat
Santa Cruz Biotechnology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc-53546) was used in western blot on rat samples. PLoS ONE (2014) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (H-206)
  • WB; human; 1:1000
Santa Cruz Biotechnology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Santa Cruz, H206) was used in western blot on human samples at 1:1000. PLoS Pathog (2013) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha 67)
  • IHC-P; human; 1:50; tbl 1
In order to measure the expression of VEGF, HIF-1alpha, and CD34 in breast tumors and correlate the findings with clinical and pathological variables, Santa Cruz Biotechnology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, clone H1alpha67) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples at 1:50 (tbl 1). Acta Histochem (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha 67)
  • IHC-P; human; 1:100
Santa Cruz Biotechnology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc-53546) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples at 1:100. Brain Tumor Pathol (2014) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (H-206)
  • IP; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Santa Cruz, sc-10790) was used in immunoprecipitation on human samples. Cancer Res (2013) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (H-206)
  • IHC-P; rat; 1:200
In order to study the role of low-level laser therapy in neuropathic pain alleviation and recovery from chronic constriction injury, Santa Cruz Biotechnology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc-10790) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on rat samples at 1:200. J Comp Neurol (2012) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (H-206)
  • IHC-P; human; 1:50
In order to determine the distribution of hypoxia-inducible factor-1alpha and metallothionein in varicocele and varicose veins, Santa Cruz Biotechnology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Santa Cruz, sc-10790) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples at 1:50. Phlebology (2012) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology anti-HIF-1 antibody was used to perform immunoblot analysis in order to illustrate that anthracycline chemotherapy can inhibit the transcription of HIF-1 as well as the mobilization of circulating angiogenic cells in tumor.Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A (2009) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology HIF-1 antibody was used in western blot to characterize the antiangiogenic and antitumor activity of the hydroxamic derivative LBH589.Clin Cancer Res (2006) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (H-206)
  • IHC; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology rabbit anti-HIF-1 alpha antibody (sc-10790) was used in immunohistochemistry to hypoxia-inducible factor 1 alpha and vascular endothelial growth factor overexpression in ischemic colitisWorld J Gastroenterol (2005) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology rabbit anati-human HIF-1alpha antibody was used in western blot to the angiogenic phenotype regulation by mitochondrial H2O2 via PTEN oxidation.J Biol Chem (2005) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology HIF-1 alpha antibody was used in western blot to study VEGF mRNA stability in DU145 prostate carcinomaJ Biol Chem (2005) ncbi
Novus Biologicals
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha67)
  • WB; human; 1:2000
Novus Biologicals HIF-1 alpha antibody (Novus, NB100-105) was used in western blot on human samples at 1:2000. Life Sci (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • WB; rat; fig 1e
In order to investigate how PHD2 and PHD3 modulate contractile function, Novus Biologicals HIF-1 alpha antibody (Novus Biologicals, NB100-479) was used in western blot on rat samples (fig 1e). J Clin Invest (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • IHC; rat; 1:100
In order to investigate the effects of prior treatment of simvastatin on mitochondrial enzyme, ghrelin, and hypoxia-inducible factor 1 alpha in septic rats, Novus Biologicals HIF-1 alpha antibody (Novus, NB100-479) was used in immunohistochemistry on rat samples at 1:100. Int J Clin Exp Med (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha67)
  • WB; human; 1:500
Novus Biologicals HIF-1 alpha antibody (Novus Biologicals, NB100-105) was used in western blot on human samples at 1:500. Sci Rep (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha67)
  • WB; human; fig 4c
Novus Biologicals HIF-1 alpha antibody (Novus Biologicals, NB100-105) was used in western blot on human samples (fig 4c). Int J Mol Med (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • WB; mouse; 1:1000
Novus Biologicals HIF-1 alpha antibody (Novus Biologicals, NB100-449) was used in western blot on mouse samples at 1:1000. Nat Commun (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • WB; mouse
In order to describe the multiple lentiviral expression (MuLE) system that allows multiple genetic alterations to be introduced simultaneously into mammalian cells, Novus Biologicals HIF-1 alpha antibody (Novus, NB100-479) was used in western blot on mouse samples. J Clin Invest (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • WB; human; 1:1000
In order to study the effects of hypoxia on the proliferating potential and phenotype of primary human oral keratinocytes, Novus Biologicals HIF-1 alpha antibody (Novus Biologicals, NB100-479) was used in western blot on human samples at 1:1000. Cells Tissues Organs (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (ESEE122)
  • IHC; human
Novus Biologicals HIF-1 alpha antibody (Novus Biologicals, NB100-131) was used . Acta Neuropathol Commun (2014) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • WB; mouse; 1:600
Novus Biologicals HIF-1 alpha antibody (Novus Biologicals, NB100-134) was used in western blot on mouse samples at 1:600. Mol Neurobiol (2016) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha67)
  • WB; mouse
In order to identify DUBA as a suppressor of IL-17 production in T cells, Novus Biologicals HIF-1 alpha antibody (Novus, NB100-105) was used in western blot on mouse samples. Nature (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • WB; mouse
Novus Biologicals HIF-1 alpha antibody (Novus Biologicals, NB100-479) was used in western blot on mouse samples. Neurosci Lett (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha67)
  • WB; mouse; 1:1000
Novus Biologicals HIF-1 alpha antibody (Novus Biologicals, NB100-105) was used in western blot on mouse samples at 1:1000. Neuroreport (2014) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • WB; mouse
Novus Biologicals HIF-1 alpha antibody (Novus, NB100-479) was used in western blot on mouse samples. Mol Cell Biol (2014) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • IP; human; fig 2a
  • WB; human; fig 4a
In order to elucidate how EglN2 regulates FOXO3a degradation, Novus Biologicals HIF-1 alpha antibody (Novus, NB100-479) was used in immunoprecipitation on human samples (fig 2a) and in western blot on human samples (fig 4a). Genes Dev (2014) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • WB; mouse
Novus Biologicals HIF-1 alpha antibody (Novus Biologicals, NB100-134) was used in western blot on mouse samples. PLoS ONE (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha67)
  • IC; rat; 1:200
Novus Biologicals HIF-1 alpha antibody (Novus Biological, NB-100-123) was used in immunocytochemistry on rat samples at 1:200. Acta Neuropathol Commun (2014) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • WB; mouse
Novus Biologicals HIF-1 alpha antibody (Novus Biologicals, NB100-134) was used in western blot on mouse samples. FASEB J (2014) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • WB; rat; 1:500
In order to study HIF-1alpha mediated metabolic switching and mitochondrial remodeling in bladder outlet obstruction, Novus Biologicals HIF-1 alpha antibody (Novus Biologicals, NB100-479) was used in western blot on rat samples at 1:500. Lab Invest (2014) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • IHC-P; mouse
Novus Biologicals HIF-1 alpha antibody (Novus Biologicals, NB100-134) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on mouse samples. Am J Pathol (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha67)
  • WB; rat
Novus Biologicals HIF-1 alpha antibody (Novus Biologicals, NB100-105) was used in western blot on rat samples. J Biol Chem (2013) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha67)
  • WB; human
Novus Biologicals HIF-1 alpha antibody (Novus, NB100-123) was used in western blot on human samples. Cell Cycle (2012) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha67)
  • WB; rat; 1:500
In order to study the role of low-level laser therapy in neuropathic pain alleviation and recovery from chronic constriction injury, Novus Biologicals HIF-1 alpha antibody (Novus Biologicals, NB100-105) was used in western blot on rat samples at 1:500. J Comp Neurol (2012) ncbi
not indicated
  • ChIP; human
Novus Biologicals HIF1alpha antibody was used for ChIP assays in order to study HIF-binding and Ets-binding motifs on the PTPRZ1 promoter and show that PTPRZ1 can be activated by HIF-2.PLoS ONE (2010) ncbi
not indicated
  • IP; human
Novus Biologicals anti-HIF-1 alpha antibody was used in immunoprecipitation in order to investigate the mechanism of how the unfolded protein response (UPR) promotes hypoxic tumor cells survival through autophagy.J Clin Invest (2010) ncbi
not indicated
  • IP; human
Novus Biologicals HIF-1alpha antibody was used to in immunoprecipitation to investigate the role of the transcription factor HIF-1 in the regulation of the transcriptional response to oxygen flux.Nucleic Acids Res (2009) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
Novus anti-HIF-1 antibody was used in western blot to study the mechanism of HIF-1-regulated cell survival in ischemic conditions.J Neurochem (2009) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
Novus Biologicals mouse monoclonal anti-HIF1A antibody was used for western blot in order to investigate the role of hypoxia-induced energy stress in the regulation of mTOR pathway in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma1.Neoplasia (2008) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
Novus anti-HIF1alpha antibody was used to perform western blot in order to demonstrate that p97 can regulate HIF1alpha turnover.Cell (2008) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
Novus anti-HIF1A antibody was used to carry out western blot analysis in order to investigate the role for UBXD7-assembled p97 in the regulation of HIF1alpha degradation.Cell (2008) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
Novus Biologicals mouse monoclonal anti-HIF-1alpha was used to perform western blot in order to show that VHL tumor supppressor gene has endothelial function through fibroblast growth factor receptor signaling.Cancer Res (2008) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
Novus Biologicals anti-HIF-1 alpha antibody was used to perform western blot in order to study the roles of the CUL2 in the activity of hypoxia-inducible factor and vasculogenesis.J Biol Chem (2008) ncbi
not indicated
  • ChIP; human
Novus polyclonal human HIF-1 alpha antibody was used in ChIP assay to study induction of vascular endothelial growth factor and metabolic switches hexokinase 2 and pyruvate dehydrogenase kinase 1 by hypoxia-inducible factor 1 and dysregulated c-MycMol Cell Biol (2007) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha67)
  • IHC-P; human; 1:200
Novus Biologicals HIF-1 alpha antibody (Novus Biologicals, NB 100-105) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples at 1:200. J Histochem Cytochem (2007) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
Novus monoclonal anti-human HIF-1alpha antibody was used in Western blot to investigate the effect of von Hippel Lindau tumor suppressor on iron homeostasis in renal carcinoma cellsJ Biol Chem (2005) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
Novus Biologicals anti-HIF-1alpha antibody was used in western blot to study the relationship between FPR expression and the biologic behavior of glioma cells.J Natl Cancer Inst (2005) ncbi
Abcam
rabbit monoclonal (EP1215Y)
  • IHC-P; human; 1:100
  • IC; human; 1:100
Abcam HIF-1 alpha antibody (Abcam, ab51608) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples at 1:100 and in immunocytochemistry on human samples at 1:100. Mol Med Rep (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha67)
  • WB; human
Abcam HIF-1 alpha antibody (Abcam, ab1) was used in western blot on human samples. Br J Pharmacol (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha67)
  • IHC; human; 1:500
In order to identify genetic alterations and corresponding stable phenotypes that develop in cancer cells following cyclic hypoxia, Abcam HIF-1 alpha antibody (Abcam, ab1) was used in immunohistochemistry on human samples at 1:500. PLoS ONE (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • WB; human; 1:500
In order to study the role of neurotensin and its receptor in both colitis and inflammatory bowel disease, Abcam HIF-1 alpha antibody (Abcam, ab2185) was used in western blot on human samples at 1:500. Am J Pathol (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha67)
  • IHC-P; human; 1:200
  • WB; human; 1:5000
Abcam HIF-1 alpha antibody (Abcam, ab1) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples at 1:200 and in western blot on human samples at 1:5000. Stem Cells (2014) ncbi
rabbit monoclonal (EP1215Y)
  • IHC-P; human; 1:100
  • WB; human; 1:300
Abcam HIF-1 alpha antibody (Abcam, ab51608) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples at 1:100 and in western blot on human samples at 1:300. Placenta (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (ESEE122)
  • WB; rat; 1:1000
Abcam HIF-1 alpha antibody (Abcam, ab8366) was used in western blot on rat samples at 1:1000. Cell Signal (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha67)
  • WB; rat; 1:200
In order to study HIF-1alpha mediated metabolic switching and mitochondrial remodeling in bladder outlet obstruction, Abcam HIF-1 alpha antibody (Abcam, H1alpha67) was used in western blot on rat samples at 1:200. Lab Invest (2014) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • IHC-P; mouse; 1:100
Abcam HIF-1 alpha antibody (Abcam, 2185) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on mouse samples at 1:100. Heredity (Edinb) (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (ESEE122)
  • IHC-P; rat; 1:100
Abcam HIF-1 alpha antibody (Abcam, ab8366) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on rat samples at 1:100. Stem Cells Dev (2014) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • IHC-P; mouse; 1:250
Abcam HIF-1 alpha antibody (Abcam, ab114977) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on mouse samples at 1:250. Cardiovasc Res (2014) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • ChIP; mouse
Abcam HIF-1 alpha antibody (Abcam, ab2185) was used in chromatin immunoprecipitation on mouse samples. Cardiovasc Res (2014) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
Abcam anti-HIF-1a antibody was used to perform western blot in order to study the induction of HIF by the change of oxygen.BMC Cardiovasc Disord (2007) ncbi
EMD Millipore
rabbit polyclonal
  • WB; human; 1:1000
EMD Millipore HIF-1 alpha antibody (Millipore, 07-1585) was used in western blot on human samples at 1:1000. Nat Commun (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha67)
  • WB; rat; 1:1000; fig  5
EMD Millipore HIF-1 alpha antibody (Millipore, MAB5382) was used in western blot on rat samples at 1:1000 (fig  5). J Neurosci (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • WB; human; 1:1000
EMD Millipore HIF-1 alpha antibody (Millipore, ABE 279) was used in western blot on human samples at 1:1000. PLoS ONE (2015) ncbi
rabbit monoclonal (EP1215Y)
  • IC; rat; 1:1000
EMD Millipore HIF-1 alpha antibody (Millipore Bioscience, 04-1006) was used in immunocytochemistry on rat samples at 1:1000. Acta Neuropathol Commun (2014) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • WB; human; 1:1000
EMD Millipore HIF-1 alpha antibody (Merck Millipore, ABE279) was used in western blot on human samples at 1:1000. Liver Int (2015) ncbi
not indicated
  • IP; human
Chemicon anti-HIF-1 antibody was used to perform immunoprecipitation in order to study the induction of HIF by the change of oxygen.BMC Cardiovasc Disord (2007) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
Upstate Biotechnology rabbit polyclonal anti-HIF-1alpha antibody was used in human MCF-7 cells and tumor samples from human and in western blot to study the role for the effect of hypoxia on cross-talk between Syk and Lck in breast cancer progression and angiogenesis.J Biol Chem (2006) ncbi
Invitrogen
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha67)
  • IHC; human; 1:200
Invitrogen HIF-1 alpha antibody (LabVision, H1alpha67) was used in immunohistochemistry on human samples at 1:200. Int Urol Nephrol (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • IHC-P; rat; 1:100; fig 5
In order to demonstrate that coumaric acid is protective after a ischemia-reperfusion injury of the spinal cord, Invitrogen HIF-1 alpha antibody (Thermo Fisher Scientific, PA1-16601) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on rat samples at 1:100 (fig 5). Inflammation (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha67)
  • IHC-P; human; 1:50
In order to correlate 18-F-fluoro-deoxyglucose uptake and aggressive tumor biology in predicting outcome in esophageal cancer, Invitrogen HIF-1 alpha antibody (Neomarkers, MS-1164) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples at 1:50. Ann Surg Oncol (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (mgc3)
  • EMSA; mouse
  • EMSA; rat
In order to study the upregulation of pancreatic beta cell ARAP1 by a functional regulatory DNA variant at a type 2 diabetes locus, Invitrogen HIF-1 alpha antibody (Thermo Scientific, MA1-516) was used in EMSA on mouse samples and on rat samples. Am J Hum Genet (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha67)
  • IHC-P; rat; 1:200
In order to study the role of low-level laser therapy in neuropathic pain alleviation and recovery from chronic constriction injury, Invitrogen HIF-1 alpha antibody (Thermo, MS-1164-P0) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on rat samples at 1:200. J Comp Neurol (2012) ncbi
not indicated
  • IHC; human
NeoMarkers mouse monoclonal anti-HIF-1alpha antibody was used in immunohistochemistry to study the role for transmembrane carbonic anhydrases, CAIX and CAXII, in human development.BMC Dev Biol (2009) ncbi
not indicated
  • ChIP; human
Affinity Bioreagent monoclonal human HIF-1 alpha antibody was used in western blot to study induction of vascular endothelial growth factor and metabolic switches hexokinase 2 and pyruvate dehydrogenase kinase 1 by hypoxia-inducible factor 1 and dysregulated c-MycMol Cell Biol (2007) ncbi
R and D Systems
mouse monoclonal (241809)
  • WB; mouse; 1:1000; fig 1
In order to report that K63 ubiquitination is required for chaperone-mediated autophagy degradation of HIF1A in vitro and in vivo, R and D Systems HIF-1 alpha antibody (R&D, MAB1536) was used in western blot on mouse samples at 1:1000 (fig 1). Sci Rep (2015) ncbi
goat polyclonal
  • WB; human; 1:500; fig 5
In order to study how cysteine protease cathepsin L expression contributes to different types of cancer, R and D Systems HIF-1 alpha antibody (R&D Systems, AF1935) was used in western blot on human samples at 1:500 (fig 5). J Biol Chem (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (241809)
  • WB; human; 1:1000
In order to study the effect of allopurinol treatment during hypoxia, R and D Systems HIF-1 alpha antibody (R&D Systems, MAB1536) was used in western blot on human samples at 1:1000. PLoS ONE (2015) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
RD Systems anti-HIF-1 was used to perform immuno-blot in order to form a real-time image of HIF-1 stabilization and degradation.PLoS ONE (2009) ncbi
not indicatedR&D Systems DuoSet IC ELISA for HIF-1 was used to measure quantity of HIF-1 in order to study the mechanism of HIF-1-regulated cell survival in ischemic conditions.J Neurochem (2009) ncbi
GeneTex
rabbit polyclonal
  • WB; mouse; 1:1000
GeneTex HIF-1 alpha antibody (GeneTex, GTX30647) was used in western blot on mouse samples at 1:1000. Exp Ther Med (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (GT10211)
  • IC; human; 1:100; fig 5
GeneTex HIF-1 alpha antibody (GeneTex, GTX628480) was used in immunocytochemistry on human samples at 1:100 (fig 5). Nat Cell Biol (2015) ncbi
Abnova
rabbit polyclonal
  • WB; mouse
In order to determine the regulatory mechanisms of hepatic Epo production, Abnova HIF-1 alpha antibody (Abnova, PAB12138) was used in western blot on mouse samples. Mol Cell Biol (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha67)
  • ChIP; human; fig 5
Abnova HIF-1 alpha antibody (Abnova, MAB1892) was used in chromatin immunoprecipitation on human samples (fig 5). Nat Cell Biol (2015) ncbi
SICGEN
goat polyclonal
  • WB; mouse; 1:1000; fig 1
In order to report that K63 ubiquitination is required for chaperone-mediated autophagy degradation of HIF1A in vitro and in vivo, SICGEN HIF-1 alpha antibody (Sicgen, AB0112-200) was used in western blot on mouse samples at 1:1000 (fig 1). Sci Rep (2015) ncbi
Bethyl
rabbit polyclonal
  • WB; human; fig 1
Bethyl HIF-1 alpha antibody (Bethyl, A300-286A) was used in western blot on human samples (fig 1). Science (2016) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • WB; human
Bethyl HIF-1 alpha antibody (Bethyl Laboratories, A300-286A) was used in western blot on human samples. Cancer Res (2013) ncbi
BD Biosciences
mouse monoclonal (54/HIF-1)
  • WB; human; 1:1000
BD Biosciences HIF-1 alpha antibody (BD Biosciences, 61095) was used in western blot on human samples at 1:1000. Nat Commun (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (54/HIF-1)
  • WB; human; 1:1000
BD Biosciences HIF-1 alpha antibody (BD Transduction Laboratories, 610958) was used in western blot on human samples at 1:1000. Tumour Biol (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (54/HIF-1)
  • WB; human; fig s4
BD Biosciences HIF-1 alpha antibody (BD Biosciences, 610959) was used in western blot on human samples (fig s4). Nucleic Acids Res (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (54/HIF-1)
  • WB; human; 1:500
BD Biosciences HIF-1 alpha antibody (BD Biosciences, 610959) was used in western blot on human samples at 1:500. Oncol Lett (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (54/HIF-1)
  • IP; human; fig 5
  • WB; human; fig 2
In order to identify PITX1 as a key specificity factor for HIF-1alpha dependent gene expression, BD Biosciences HIF-1 alpha antibody (BD Biosciences, 610958) was used in immunoprecipitation on human samples (fig 5) and in western blot on human samples (fig 2). Cell Cycle (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (54/HIF-1)
  • WB; human
BD Biosciences HIF-1 alpha antibody (BD Transduction Laboratories, 610959) was used in western blot on human samples. Oncogene (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (54/HIF-1)
  • WB; human; fig 2a
BD Biosciences HIF-1 alpha antibody (BD, 610958) was used in western blot on human samples (fig 2a). Nat Commun (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (54/HIF-1)
  • WB; human; 1:1000
BD Biosciences HIF-1 alpha antibody (BD Transduction Laboratories, 610958) was used in western blot on human samples at 1:1000. PLoS ONE (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (54/HIF-1)
  • WB; human; 1:1000; fig 4
In order to demonstrate that emodin attenuates LPS- and hypoxia/reoxygenation-induced intestinal epithelial barrier dysfunction by inhibiting the HIF-1alpha and NF-kappaB signaling pathways, which regulate tight junctions, BD Biosciences HIF-1 alpha antibody (BD Biosciences, 610959) was used in western blot on human samples at 1:1000 (fig 4). Int J Mol Med (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (54/HIF-1)
  • WB; human
In order to investigate the effect of bilirubin on HIF-1 expression in proximal tubular cells cultured in physiologically relevant oxygen concentration, BD Biosciences HIF-1 alpha antibody (BD Bioscience, 610958) was used in western blot on human samples. J Korean Med Sci (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (29/HIF-1b)
  • WB (knockdown); mouse; fig 3
BD Biosciences HIF-1 alpha antibody (BD, 611078) was used in western blot (knockdown) on mouse samples (fig 3). Toxicol Sci (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (54/HIF-1)
  • IHC-P; human; 1:100; fig 7
BD Biosciences HIF-1 alpha antibody (BD Biosciences, 610958) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples at 1:100 (fig 7). Cardiovasc Res (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (54/HIF-1)
  • WB; human; fig 2a
  • WB; mouse; fig 2d
BD Biosciences HIF-1 alpha antibody (BD, 610958) was used in western blot on human samples (fig 2a) and on mouse samples (fig 2d). Genes Dev (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (54/HIF-1)
  • IHC-P; human
  • WB; human
BD Biosciences HIF-1 alpha antibody (BD Bioscience, 610958) was used in immunohistochemistry - paraffin section on human samples and in western blot on human samples. Oncotarget (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (29/HIF-1b)
  • WB; human; fig 4a
In order to elucidate how EglN2 regulates FOXO3a degradation, BD Biosciences HIF-1 alpha antibody (BD, 611079) was used in western blot on human samples (fig 4a). Genes Dev (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (54/HIF-1)
  • WB; human
BD Biosciences HIF-1 alpha antibody (BD Biosciences, 610958) was used in western blot on human samples. Aging Cell (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (54/HIF-1)
  • WB; human
BD Biosciences HIF-1 alpha antibody (BD Bioscience, 610959) was used in western blot on human samples. Mol Cancer Res (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (54/HIF-1)
  • WB; human; 1:250; fig 1
BD Biosciences HIF-1 alpha antibody (BD Biosciences, # 610958) was used in western blot on human samples at 1:250 (fig 1). Cancer Res (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (54/HIF-1)
  • WB; human; 1:1000
BD Biosciences HIF-1 alpha antibody (BD, 610958) was used in western blot on human samples at 1:1000. PLoS ONE (2013) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (54/HIF-1)
  • WB; human
BD Biosciences HIF-1 alpha antibody (BD Transduction Laboratories, 610959) was used in western blot on human samples. Cell Cycle (2013) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (54/HIF-1)
  • WB; human
BD Biosciences HIF-1 alpha antibody (BD Transduction, 610958) was used in western blot on human samples. Cancer Res (2013) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (54/HIF-1)
  • ChIP-Seq; human
  • WB; human
BD Biosciences HIF-1 alpha antibody (BD Biosciences, 610959) was used in ChIP-Seq on human samples and in western blot on human samples. J Biol Chem (2012) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
BD Transduction Laboratories anti-HIF-1a antibody was used to carry out western blot analysis in order to investigate the role for CHBP protein from Burkholderia pseudomallei as a potent inhibitor of the eukaryotic ubiquitination pathway.Science (2010) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
BD Transduction Laboratories monoclonal anti-HIF-1 antibody was used in western blot to study the effect of PGC-1 on mitochondrial oxygen consumption in skeletal muscle cells resulting in HIF-1-dependent gene expression.Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A (2009) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
BD Transduction Laboratories anti-HIF-1alpha antibody was used for western blot in order to suggest that ZEB-1 can inhibit semaphorin 3F tumor suppressor gene in lung cancer cells.Neoplasia (2009) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
BD Biosciences anti-HIF1 antibody was used in western blot to demonstrate the critical role of hypoxia in activating p38 MAPK and androgen independent androgen receptor stabilization and activity, causing increased aggressiveness of LNCaP cells.Oncogene (2009) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
BD Biosciences mouse monoclonal anti-HIF1alpha was used to perform western blot in order to show that ROS production and PDK2 upregulation induced by mitochondrial ND2 mutation lead to HIF1alpha accumulation in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma.Clin Cancer Res (2009) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
BD pharmingen monoclonal antibody against HIF-1A was used to perform western blot in order to demonstrate the role of derivatives of deguelin in cancer chemoprevention and therapy.Cancer Prev Res (Phila) (2008) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
BD Pharmingen monoclonal antibody against HIF-1 alpha was used to perform western blot in order to demonstrate the role of derivatives of deguelin in cancer chemoprevention and therapy.Cancer Prev Res (Phila) (2008) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
BD Biosciences HIF-1alpha antibody was used in western blot in order to study the role of HIF-2alpha in regulating sensitivity of renal cancer cells to TRAIL-induced apoptosisCarcinogenesis (2008) ncbi
not indicated
  • IHC; human
BD Pharmingen mouse anti-human HIF1Alpha antibody was used in immunohistochemistry to study the role of NF-kappaB in transcriptional regulation of PIK3CA oncogene in ovarian cancer microenvironment.PLoS ONE (2008) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
BD Pharmigen HIF-1alpha antibody was used in western blot in order to demonstrate that DIM reduces the level of hypoxia-inducible factor (HIF) 1alpha in hypoxic tumor cell linesBiochem Pharmacol (2008) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
BD Transduction Laboratories mouse anti-HIF-1alpha (1:500) antibody was used to perform western blot in order to study the significant effect of prolidase in the hypoxia-inducible factor-1 (HIF-1) signaling and extracellular matrix.Int J Cancer (2008) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (54/HIF-1)
  • WB; human
BD Biosciences monoclonal anti HIF-1 antibody was used in western blot to study the mechanism through which availability of substrate recognition subunits and substrates can regulate the ubiquitin ligase activity.J Biol Chem (2007) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
BD Biosciences anti-HIF1-alpha antibody was used to perform western blot in order to study the dependency on oxidative phosphorylation during transformation of human mesenchymal stem cells.Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A (2007) ncbi
not indicated
  • IHC; human
BD Transduction Laboratories mouse monoclonal HIF-1 alpha antibody was used in immunohistochemistry to study its expression in breast fibroepithelial tumorsBreast Cancer Res (2005) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
BD-Transduction Laboratories 1 : 500 dilution HIF-1 antibody was used in western blot to study whether SCH66336 inhibits angiogenesis of aerodigestive tract cancer cells.J Natl Cancer Inst (2005) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
  • IHC; human
BD HIF-1 alpha mouse monoclonal antibody was used in western blot and immunohistochemistry to study the differing effect of HIF1 and HIF2 in von Hippel-Lindau-Associated renal cell carcinoma.Mol Cell Biol (2005) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
BD Biosciences anti-HIF-1 alpha antibody was used in western blot to hypoxia inhibition of adipocytogenesis in human bone marrow stromal cellsJ Biol Chem (2005) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
BD Biosciences mouse anti-human HIF1-alpha antibody was used in western blot to study CXC chemokine receptor 4 expression in non-small cell lung cancer cellsJ Biol Chem (2005) ncbi
Cell Signaling Technology
rabbit monoclonal (D43B5)
  • WB; human; 1:1000
In order to study the effect of allopurinol treatment during hypoxia, Cell Signaling Technology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Cell Signaling Technology, 3434) was used in western blot on human samples at 1:1000. PLoS ONE (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • WB; human; fig 7
In order to test if autophagic vacuoles formation is required for Abeta production by SUMO1, Cell Signaling Technology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Cell Signaling Technology, 3716) was used in western blot on human samples (fig 7). Autophagy (2015) ncbi
rabbit monoclonal (D43B5)
  • WB; human; 1:1000; fig 3
Cell Signaling Technology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Cell Signaling, 3434) was used in western blot on human samples at 1:1000 (fig 3). Nat Cell Biol (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • WB; human
Cell Signaling Technology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Cell Signaling Technology, 3716S) was used in western blot on human samples. PLoS ONE (2014) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • WB; human
Cell Signaling Technology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Cell Signaling Technology, 3716) was used in western blot on human samples. Int J Cancer (2015) ncbi
rabbit monoclonal (D43B5)
  • WB; human; fig 2a
In order to elucidate how EglN2 regulates FOXO3a degradation, Cell Signaling Technology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Cell Signaling, 3434) was used in western blot on human samples (fig 2a). Genes Dev (2014) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • WB; human; 1:200
In order to determine the distribution of hypoxia-inducible factor-1alpha and metallothionein in varicocele and varicose veins, Cell Signaling Technology HIF-1 alpha antibody (Cell Signaling, 3716) was used in western blot on human samples at 1:200. Phlebology (2012) ncbi
Sigma-Aldrich
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha67)
  • IP; mouse
Sigma-Aldrich HIF-1 alpha antibody (Sigma Aldrich, 6536) was used in immunoprecipitation on mouse samples. Kidney Int (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha67)
  • WB; rat; fig 6
In order to examine the effects of superpulsed laser on the healing of burn wounds in rats and investigate the associated mechanisms of action, Sigma-Aldrich HIF-1 alpha antibody (Sigma-Aldrich, H6536) was used in western blot on rat samples (fig 6). J Biophotonics (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • IHC-F; mouse
Sigma-Aldrich HIF-1 alpha antibody (Sigma-Aldrich, HPA001275) was used in immunohistochemistry - frozen section on mouse samples. Neuroreport (2014) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (H1alpha67)
  • WB; human
In order to evaluate a novel neuroprotective strategy in hypoxic hippocampal cells, Sigma-Aldrich HIF-1 alpha antibody (Sigma-Aldrich, H6536) was used in western blot on human samples. Surgery (2014) ncbi
Qiagen
not indicatedQiagen HIF-1 siRNA was used for RNAi in order to study the mechanism of HIF-1-regulated cell survival in ischemic conditions.J Neurochem (2009) ncbi
GE Healthcare Life Biosciences
not indicatedDharmacon siRNA against HIF-1 was used for RNA interference experiments in order to study the effect of PGC-1 on mitochondrial oxygen consumption in skeletal muscle cells resulting in HIF-1-dependent gene expression.Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A (2009) ncbi
not indicatedDharmacon HIF-1alpha siRNA was used in order to study the role of HIF-2alpha in regulating sensitivity of renal cancer cells to TRAIL-induced apoptosisCarcinogenesis (2008) ncbi
Cayman Chemical
not indicatedCayman Chemical YC-1 was used to administer to rat as hypoxia-inducible factor-1alpha inhibitor in order to study the use of small-animal FDG-PET to determine the TE of a number of anti-cancer agents in a rat model of glioma.Neuro Oncol (2008) ncbi
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