This is a review about TSHB, based on 2 published articles (read how Labome selects the articles), using TSHB antibody in all methods. It is aimed to help Labome visitors find the most suited TSHB antibody.
TSHB synonym: TSH-B; TSH-BETA; thyroid stimulating hormone, beta; thyrotropin beta chain

R and D Systems
not indicatedR&D Systems recombinant human TSH was used to treat cells in order to study the role for the effect of high-mobility group box proteins on tumor necrosis factor-alpha expression in osteoclastogenesis via a novel deoxyribonucleic acid sequence.Mol Endocrinol (2008) ncbi
Santa Cruz Biotechnology
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  • IP; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology anti-TSHb antibody was used to carry out immunopreciptation assays in order to characterize the function of a novel TSH splice variant during immunological stress.Genes Immun (2009) ncbi
Sigma-Aldrich
not indicatedSigma-Aldrich recombinant human TSH was used to treat cells in order to study the role for the effect of high-mobility group box proteins on tumor necrosis factor-alpha expression in osteoclastogenesis via a novel deoxyribonucleic acid sequence.Mol Endocrinol (2008) ncbi
PeproTech
not indicatedPeprotech recombinant human TSH was used to treat cells in order to study the role for the effect of high-mobility group box proteins on tumor necrosis factor-alpha expression in osteoclastogenesis via a novel deoxyribonucleic acid sequence.Mol Endocrinol (2008) ncbi
Fitzgerald Industries
not indicatedFitzgerald Industries recombinant human TSH was used to treat cells in order to study the role for the effect of high-mobility group box proteins on tumor necrosis factor-alpha expression in osteoclastogenesis via a novel deoxyribonucleic acid sequence.Mol Endocrinol (2008) ncbi
Articles Reviewed
  1. B H Vincent et al. (2009). "Bone marrow cells produce a novel TSHbeta splice variant that is upregulated in the thyroid following systemic virus infection".PMID 18754015
  2. Kosj Yamoah et al. (2008). "High-mobility group box proteins modulate tumor necrosis factor-alpha expression in osteoclastogenesis via a novel deoxyribonucleic acid sequence".PMID 18218727