The excitation-contraction coupling of cardiac muscle is a critical to life in most animals, and errors in E-C coupling contribute to important human diseases (arrhythmia, heart failure, cardiac hypertrophy). Highly specific monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies to proteins critical to cardiac muscle excitation-contraction coupling have been assembled. All of these antibodies have been carefully validated for use in western blotting, in addition, some have also been validated for use in immunofluorescence microscopy and in vitro functional assays. Many of these antibodies recognise the site-specific phosphorylation of target proteins and most have been used in numerous publications in the scientific literature.
Polyclonal antibody specific to RYR2 phospho serine-2808.
Rabbit polyclonal antiserum specific to Ser-2814 phosphorylated RYR2
*Antibody recognises epitope despite single residue difference in epitope between species (V2815I; human vs mouse).Learn More
Affinity purified rabbit polyclonal antibody specific to Ser-2814 phosphorylated RYR2.
Antibody recognises epitope despite single residue difference in epitope between species (V2815I; human vs mouse).
Polyclonal antibody specific to RYR2 phospho-Ser2030.
Polyclonal antibody specific to Ser-2808 dephosphorylated RYR2
Polyclonal antibody specific to α and β isoforms of CaMKII phospho-Thr286 (or Thr287 in β).
Polyclonal antibody specific to α isoform of CaMKII phospho-Thr286 (or Thr287 in β δ, γ isoforms of CaMKII) (CaMKII site).
Polyclonal antibody specific to Ser-1928 phosphorylated Cav1.2 (α1c sub-unit of L-type Ca2+-channel).
Lyophilised rabbit polyclonal antiserum containing IgG antibody specific for Ser-197 phosphorylated forms Calcineurin.
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