This is a review about cdk9, based on 23 published articles (read how Labome selects the articles), using cdk9 antibody in all methods. It is aimed to help Labome visitors find the most suited cdk9 antibody.
cdk9 synonym: C-2k; CDC2L4; CTK1; PITALRE; TAK; CDC2-related kinase; cell division cycle 2-like protein kinase 4; cell division protein kinase 9; serine/threonine protein kinase PITALRE; tat-associated kinase complex catalytic subunit

Santa Cruz Biotechnology
rabbit polyclonal (C-20)
  • WB; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology cdk9 antibody (Santa Cruz, sc-484) was used in western blot on human samples. Biochem Biophys Res Commun (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (H-169)
  • ChIP; human; fig 6
Santa Cruz Biotechnology cdk9 antibody (Santa Cruz, sc-8338) was used in chromatin immunoprecipitation on human samples (fig 6). Nat Struct Mol Biol (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (C-20)
  • WB; human; fig 1
Santa Cruz Biotechnology cdk9 antibody (Santa Cruz, sc-484) was used in western blot on human samples (fig 1). Nat Struct Mol Biol (2015) ncbi
mouse monoclonal (D-7)
  • WB; mouse
  • WB; rat; 1:1000
Santa Cruz Biotechnology cdk9 antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc-13130) was used in western blot on mouse samples and on rat samples at 1:1000. J Neurochem (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (H-169)
  • IC; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology cdk9 antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc-8338) was used in immunocytochemistry on human samples. J Biol Chem (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (H-169)
  • ChIP-Seq; human; fig 4
Santa Cruz Biotechnology cdk9 antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc-8338) was used in ChIP-Seq on human samples (fig 4). Nature (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (C-20)
  • ChIP-Seq; human; fig 4
  • WB; human; fig 4
Santa Cruz Biotechnology cdk9 antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc-484) was used in ChIP-Seq on human samples (fig 4) and in western blot on human samples (fig 4). Nature (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (C-20)
  • ChIP; human
  • WB; human; 1:500
Santa Cruz Biotechnology cdk9 antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc-484) was used in chromatin immunoprecipitation on human samples and in western blot on human samples at 1:500. PLoS ONE (2014) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (C-20)
  • ChIP; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology cdk9 antibody (Santa-Cruz Biotechnology, sc-484) was used in chromatin immunoprecipitation on human samples. Nucleic Acids Res (2014) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (C-20)
  • WB; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology cdk9 antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc-484) was used in western blot on human samples. J Biol Chem (2014) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (C-20)
  • ChIP-Seq; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology cdk9 antibody (Santa Cruz, sc-484) was used in ChIP-Seq on human samples. Nat Biotechnol (2014) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (C-20)
  • WB; human; 1:1000
Santa Cruz Biotechnology cdk9 antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc-484) was used in western blot on human samples at 1:1000. J Biol Chem (2013) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (C-20)
  • IP; human; 1 ug
Santa Cruz Biotechnology cdk9 antibody (Santa Cruz, sc-484) was used in immunoprecipitation on human samples at 1 ug. J Biol Chem (2013) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (H-169)
  • ChIP; human
  • ChIP; mouse
Santa Cruz Biotechnology cdk9 antibody (Santa Cruz Biotechnology, sc-8338) was used in chromatin immunoprecipitation on human samples and on mouse samples. Mol Biol Cell (2013) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (H-169)
  • ChIP; chicken
Santa Cruz Biotechnology cdk9 antibody (Santa Cruz, sc-8338) was used in chromatin immunoprecipitation on chicken samples. J Immunol (2012) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
  • ChIP; human
Santa Cruz polyclonal anti-CDK9 was used to perform ChIP assay and western blot in order to show that immediate early gene expression is disrupted by MED23 mutation and results in intellectual disability.Science (2011) ncbi
not indicated
  • ChIP; human
Santa Cruz anti-Cdk9 antibody was used to perform ChIP assays in order to study the association between the papillomavirus E2 proteins, the host Brd4 protein and the transcriptionally active cellular genes.J Virol (2009) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology anti-CDK9 antibody was used in western blot in order to introduce Brd4 as a coactivator of NF-kappa B via specific binding to acetylated RelA.Mol Cell Biol (2009) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
Santa Cruz anti-CDK9 antibody was used to perform western blot in order to study the association between ING4 and the activity of NF-kappa B molecules bound with target gene promoters.Mol Cell Biol (2008) ncbi
not indicated
  • ChIP; human
Santa Cruz CDK9 (H-169) antibody was used in ChIP assays in order to demonstrate that a specific gene loop conformation is imposed on integrated HIV-1 provirus after transcriptional activationMol Cell (2008) ncbi
not indicated
  • WB; human
  • IP; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology antibody against cdk9 was used in western blot and immunoprecipitation to study the importance of heat shock protein 40 for human immunodeficiency virus-1 Nef-mediated enhancement of viral gene expression and replication.J Biol Chem (2005) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal (C-20)
  • ChIP; human
Santa Cruz Biotechnology polyclonal antibody against Cdk9 was used in CHIP assay to investigate the IL-8 and IkappaBalpha gene regulatory regions in A549 human lung carcinoma cells.Genes Dev (2005) ncbi
Cell Signaling Technology
rabbit monoclonal (C12F7)
  • WB; human; fig 1
In order to elucidate how ZAP regulates the retrotransposition of LINE and Alu elements, Cell Signaling Technology cdk9 antibody (Cell Signaling Technology, 2316) was used in western blot on human samples (fig 1). PLoS Genet (2015) ncbi
rabbit polyclonal
  • WB; human; fig s2c
Cell Signaling Technology cdk9 antibody (Cell Signaling, 2549) was used in western blot on human samples (fig s2c). Cell (2014) ncbi
rabbit monoclonal (C12F7)
  • WB; mouse
Cell Signaling Technology cdk9 antibody (Cell Signaling, 2316S) was used in western blot on mouse samples. PLoS ONE (2012) ncbi
Articles Reviewed
  1. Temesgen D Fufa et al. (2015). "The Tax oncogene enhances ELL incorporation into p300 and P-TEFb containing protein complexes to activate transcription".PMID 26188510
  2. John B Moldovan et al. (2015). "The Zinc-Finger Antiviral Protein ZAP Inhibits LINE and Alu Retrotransposition".PMID 25951186
  3. Clélia Laitem et al. (2015). "CDK9 inhibitors define elongation checkpoints at both ends of RNA polymerase II-transcribed genes".PMID 25849141
  4. Juliane Arter et al. (2015). "Transcription factors Sox10 and Sox2 functionally interact with positive transcription elongation factor b in Schwann cells".PMID 25524031
  5. Ranran Wang et al. (2015). "Mechanistic analysis of the role of bromodomain-containing protein 4 (BRD4) in BRD4-NUT oncoprotein-induced transcriptional activation".PMID 25512383
  6. Eliezer Calo et al. (2015). "RNA helicase DDX21 coordinates transcription and ribosomal RNA processing".PMID 25470060
  7. Edmond Chipumuro et al. (2014). "CDK7 inhibition suppresses super-enhancer-linked oncogenic transcription in MYCN-driven cancer".PMID 25416950
  8. Justyna Zaborowska et al. (2014). "Herpes Simplex Virus 1 (HSV-1) ICP22 protein directly interacts with cyclin-dependent kinase (CDK)9 to inhibit RNA polymerase II transcription elongation".PMID 25233083
  9. Gabriel Moquet-Torcy et al. (2014). "Transcriptional complexity and roles of Fra-1/AP-1 at the uPA/Plau locus in aggressive breast cancer".PMID 25200076
  10. Pingyang Liu et al. (2014). "Release of positive transcription elongation factor b (P-TEFb) from 7SK small nuclear ribonucleoprotein (snRNP) activates hexamethylene bisacetamide-inducible protein (HEXIM1) transcription".PMID 24515107
  11. Lars Anders et al. (2014). "Genome-wide localization of small molecules".PMID 24336317
  12. Aarthi Narayanan et al. (2013). "Exosomes derived from HIV-1-infected cells contain trans-activation response element RNA".PMID 23661700
  13. Koen Bartholomeeusen et al. (2013). "Histone deacetylase inhibitors (HDACis) that release the positive transcription elongation factor b (P-TEFb) from its inhibitory complex also activate HIV transcription".PMID 23539624
  14. Conchi Estarás et al. (2013). "RNA polymerase II progression through H3K27me3-enriched gene bodies requires JMJD3 histone demethylase".PMID 23243002
  15. Kristin M Kohler et al. (2012). "Identification of core DNA elements that target somatic hypermutation".PMID 23087403
  16. Kristin K Ambacher et al. (2012). "The JNK- and AKT/GSK3β- signaling pathways converge to regulate Puma induction and neuronal apoptosis induced by trophic factor deprivation".PMID 23056511
  17. Satoru Hashimoto et al. (2011). "MED23 mutation links intellectual disability to dysregulation of immediate early gene expression".PMID 21868677
  18. Moon Kyoo Jang et al. (2009). "Papillomavirus E2 proteins and the host BRD4 protein associate with transcriptionally active cellular chromatin".PMID 19129460
  19. Bo Huang et al. (2009). "Brd4 coactivates transcriptional activation of NF-kappaB via specific binding to acetylated RelA".PMID 19103749
  20. Susan Nozell et al. (2008). "The ING4 tumor suppressor attenuates NF-kappaB activity at the promoters of target genes".PMID 18779315
  21. Kelly J Perkins et al. (2008). "Transcription-dependent gene looping of the HIV-1 provirus is dictated by recognition of pre-mRNA processing signals".PMID 18206969
  22. Manish Kumar et al. (2005). "Heat shock protein 40 is necessary for human immunodeficiency virus-1 Nef-mediated enhancement of viral gene expression and replication".PMID 16179353
  23. Hans F Luecke et al. (2005). "The glucocorticoid receptor blocks P-TEFb recruitment by NFkappaB to effect promoter-specific transcriptional repression".PMID 15879558