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Anti-Polo-Like Kinase Kinase (PLKK) Antibody (phospho-Ser482/Ser486/Ser490) LS-C54374


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Most Popular Polo-Like Kinase Kinase (PLKK) Antibodies

Anti-Polo-Like Kinase Kinase (PLKK) Antibody (phospho-Ser482/Ser486/Ser490) LS-C54374
Rabbit Polyclonal to Xenopus laevis Polo-Like Kinase Kinase (PLKK)
Xenopus laevis
Western blot

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Rabbit Polyclonal to Xenopus laevis Polo-Like Kinase Kinase (PLKK)
Xenopus laevis
Western blot


Xenopus laevis Polo-Like Kinase Kinase (PLKK)
Affinity purified


Western blot (1:1000)

Specificity and Use

Synthetic phosphopeptide corresponding to amino acids residues surrounding the Xenopus Phospho-Ser482486490 PLKK. The antigen sequence used is closely homologous to rodent and human forms of PLKK. Rabbit anti-PLKK (Ser482/486/490) was purified by sequential chromatography on phospho- and non-phospho-peptide affinity columns.


150 mM sodium chloride, 10 mM HEPES, 100 ug per ml BSA, 50% glycerol, pH 7.5.
For research use only.

About Polo-Like Kinase Kinase (PLKK)

PLK, a Polo type protein kinase, has been shown to function in mitosis. The mRNA is absent or expressed at very low levels during the G1 phase, begins to reaccumulate during the S phase, and reaches maximal levels during the G2/M phase. PLK1 may participate in targeting MPF to the nucleus during prophase and in regulating mitotic spindle function. These functions, in addition to its expression in proliferating cells, suggest that PLK1 has a role in cancer progression.

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Date Requested: 3/23/2017

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