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    S-Nitrosylation Tools

    S-Nitrosylation Tools

    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.

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    1. DETECTome™ S-nitrosylated protein kit

      $368.00
      Product code: A010-105
      A convenient and easy-to-use kit incorporating a modification of the “biotin-switch” method to allow for the direct visualisation of S-nitrosylated proteins in whole cells or tissues, as well as by western blot analysis. 
       
      • A modified ‘biotin-switch’ assay
      • Labels all S-nitrosylated sites in sample ('omics')
      • DETECT S-NO proteins in whole cells, tissues or lysates
      • Colourimetric or fluorimetric detection
      • Sufficient reagents for 3 x 20 samples
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