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Bromo Adjacent Homology Domain Containing 1 (BAHD1) ELISA Kits

Heterochromatin protein that acts as a transcription repressor and has the ability to promote the formation of large heterochromatic domains. Additionally we are shipping BAHD1 Antibodies (24) and BAHD1 Proteins (3) and many more products for this protein.

list all ELISA KIts Gene Name GeneID UniProt
BAHD1 22893 Q8TBE0
BAHD1 228536  
BAHD1    
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$875.60
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$999.43
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More ELISA Kits for BAHD1 Interaction Partners

Human Bromo Adjacent Homology Domain Containing 1 (BAHD1) interaction partners

  1. Biochemical analysis of the BAHD1-associated multiprotein complex identifies MIER proteins as novel partners of BAHD1 and suggests that BAHD1-MIER interaction forms a hub for histone deacetylases and methyltransferases

  2. computational approaches leveraging public gene expression data can be used to infer potential genes or proteins for diseases, and BAHD1 might act as an indispensable factor in regulating the cellular inflammatory response in UC.

  3. Authors identified a dilysine motif (K180/K181) in the elbow region of Listeria monocytogenes LntA and a central proline-rich region in human BAHD1 as crucial for the direct LntA-BAHD1 interaction.

  4. findings show a Listeria virulence factor, lmo0438/lntA, could target the chromatin repressor BAHD1 in host cell nucleus to activate interferon (show IFNA ELISA Kits)-stimulated genes; LntA-BAHD1 interplay may modulate IFN-lambda-mediated immune response to control host colonization

  5. BAHD1 acts as a silencer by recruiting at specific promoters a set of proteins that coordinate heterochromatin assembly

Mouse (Murine) Bromo Adjacent Homology Domain Containing 1 (BAHD1) interaction partners

  1. Biochemical analysis of the BAHD1-associated multiprotein complex identifies MIER proteins as novel partners of BAHD1 and suggests that BAHD1-MIER interaction forms a hub for histone deacetylases and methyltransferases

  2. computational approaches leveraging public gene expression data can be used to infer potential genes or proteins for diseases, and BAHD1 might act as an indispensable factor in regulating the cellular inflammatory response in UC.

  3. findings show a Listeria virulence factor, lmo0438/lntA, could target the chromatin repressor BAHD1 in host cell nucleus to activate interferon (show IFNA ELISA Kits)-stimulated genes; LntA-BAHD1 interplay may modulate IFN-lambda-mediated immune response to control host colonization

BAHD1 Antigen Profile

Antigen Summary

Heterochromatin protein that acts as a transcription repressor and has the ability to promote the formation of large heterochromatic domains. May act by recruiting heterochromatin proteins such as CBX5 (HP1 alpha), HDAC5 and MBD1. Represses IGF2 expression by binding to its CpG-rich P3 promoter and recruiting heterochromatin proteins. At specific stages of Listeria infection, in complex with TRIM28, corepresses interferon- stimulated genes, including IL28A, IL28B and IL29.

Gene names and symbols associated with BAHD1

  • bromo adjacent homology domain containing 1 (BAHD1) antibody
  • bromo adjacent homology domain containing 1 (Bahd1) antibody
  • AL022997 antibody
  • AW541238 antibody
  • Gm117 antibody
  • mKIAA0945 antibody

Protein level used designations for BAHD1

BAH domain-containing protein 1 , bromo adjacent homology domain-containing 1 protein

GENE ID SPECIES
22893 Homo sapiens
228536 Mus musculus
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