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Phospho-ß-Catenin (Ser675) Antibody

PKA was shown to phosphorylate ß-catenin at Ser675. Phosphorylation at Ser675 induces ß-catenin accumulation in the nucleus and ...

ß-Catenin Antibody Sampler Kit #2951

The ß-Catenin Antibody Sampler Kit provides an economical means of detecting total ß-catenin as well as ß-catenin ... ß-catenin at Ser552 and Ser675. ...

Phosphorylation of beta-Catenin by AKT Promotes beta-Catenin ...

( This antibody did not recognize PKA-phosphorylated Ser675 (data not shown) ... that -catenin was phosphorylated by AKT at Ser552 but not Ser675 in vivo. ...

Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling | Full text | Examination of ...

Furthermore, PKA phosphorylates Ser552 and Ser675 of ß-catenin but this does not ... Mutation of Ser675 to alanine stabilizes ß-catenin, attenuates inhibition of ß ...

Examination of effects of GSK3ß phosphorylation, ß-catenin ...

... ß-catenin by PKA takes place at Ser675 of ß-catenin, which is distinct from the ... GSK3ß 7. Mutation of Ser675 to alanine stabilizes ß-catenin, attenuates ...

CTNNB1 (human)

CTNNB1 a regulator of cell adhesion and a key downstream ... 9567 : Phospho-beta-Catenin (Ser675) Antibody. copyright 2003-2007, Cell Signaling Technology ...
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