CHD1 is a subfamily member of the CHD family, which possesses a chromodomain, a helicase domain, and a DNA-binding domain. The CHD family regulates gene expression by contributing to ATP-dependent chromatin remodeling. CHD1 exists in the transcriptionally active region and alters the chromatin structure.
Western blotting, 1/1,000 to 1/5,000
Immunocytochemistry, 1/100 to 1/500
Immunohistochemistry, 1/100 to 1/500
Fig.1 Immunofluorescence - CHD1 antibody (2F11H5)
NIH3T3 cells (left), E12.5 mouse heart (right)
Fig.2 Western nlot - CHD antibody (2F11H5)
NIH3T3 nuclear extracts
1. Yoshimura et al., Hybridoma, 3, 237-240 (2010)
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