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    Ryanodine Receptor

    Ryanodine Receptor

    Badrilla provides a comprehensive range of research products to study ryanodine receptor function in health and disease. We have made the original and best antibodies to phosphorylated RYR2 (S2808, S2814, S2030). These are the most widely cited tools used by researchers to follow RYR2 phosphorylation at individual sites, and we display the citations for each antibody on the product page –data that are wholly independent of Badrilla and provided by CiteAb. Leaders in the field are confident of the quality of these antibodies as described in peer-reviewed articles available (Huke & Bers (2008) Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm. 376, 80-85).

    We have bioactive peptides that mimic dysfunction ofRYR2 normally seen in CPVT-mutant channels(DPc10), fluorescent versions of these. These peptides turn a normal RYR2 channel into an abnormal (CPVT-like) channel and we may facilitate your exploration of disease conditions.

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    1. Ryanodine receptor 2 (RYR2) (dephoSer2808) pAb

      Product code: A010-35AP

       Polyclonal antibody specific to Ser-2808 dephosphorylated RYR2

      • Suitable for use in Western blot (1:5000 dilution), IHC Microscopy (1:100)
      • Lyophilised rabbit anti-serum (IgG).
      • Species recognition: all mammalian species, when dephosphorylated on Ser-2808 (or 2809 rabbit)
      • 100 µl unit size
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