Nitric oxide (NO) plays an important role in the regulation of cardiovascular function. In addition to the classic NO activation of the cGMP-dependent pathway, NO can also regulate cell function through protein S-nitrosylation, a redox dependent, thiol-based, reversible posttranslational protein modification that involves attachment of an NO moiety to a nucleophilic protein sulfhydryl group.
A better understanding of the mechanisms regulating protein S-nitrosylation will provide us new therapeutic insights and targets for intervention in cardiovascular disease. Badrilla offers a growing range of antibodies and detection kits to support your nitric oxide and S-nitrosylaltion research projects; further details for each of these products can be found below.
The new Badrilla SiteCounterTM S-Palmitoylated protein kit is a quick and easy way to quantify the extent of S-palmitoylation of your protein of interest. Using a straightforward mass tag approach, modification of each cysteine residue results in an incremental increase in the mass of the protein. The number of mobility shifts (as detected by western blot analysis) is observed as a ladder of protein bands, each ‘step’ in the ladder representing an additional s-palmitoylated cysteine residue.
The new Badrilla SiteCounterTM S-Palmitoylated Protein Mini Kit is a quick and easy way to quantify S-palmitoylation. Competitively priced, this starter kit provides a gateway into determining the number of palmitoylation sites in your protein of interest
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