Anti-Lamin B1


Lamin B1 (LMNB1) is a heavily phosphorylated type V intermediate filament and a component of nuclear lamina. The lamin family has been divided into types A and B and is important in maintaining integrity of nuclear envelope and cellular morphology. They play a major role in regulating nuclear functions and activities, including DNA replication and transcription, cell cycle regulation, cell development and differentiation, nuclear and chromatin organization, nuclear migration and apoptosis. Mutations in Lamin B1gene causes autosome-dominant leukodystrophy, an adult-onset demyelinating disorder characterized by symmetrical widespread myelin loss in the central nervous system with a phenotype similar to chronic progressive multiple sclerosis.
Intended Use: IVD
Antibody Type: Monoclonal
Clone: A-11
Source: Mouse
Tissue Type: Tonsil Tissue