Phospho p38 Flex Set (Bead B6)

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Target Name (Antigen)
  • CSBP
  • CSBP1
  • CSBP2
  • CSPB1
  • EXIP
  • Mxi2
  • PRKM14
  • PRKM15
  • RK
  • SAPK2A
  • p38
  • p38ALPHA
  • mitogen-activated protein kinase 14
  • MAPK14
Epitope
pThr180, pTyr182
Reactivity
Human, Mouse (Murine), Rat (Rattus)
Application
Immunoassay (IA), Flow Cytometry (FACS)
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Brand BD™ Cytometric Bead Array,BD™
Characteristics The BD™ CBA Phospho p38 (T180/Y182) Flex Set is a bead-based immunoassay capable of measuring human, mouse, or rat p38, a member of the mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) family of kinases, that has been threonine-phosphorylated at Thr-180 and tyrosine-phosphorylated at Tyr-182 in denatured cell lysate samples. Human and mouse reactivity was determined by testing cell lysates with the BD CBA Phospho p38 (T180/Y182) Flex Set. Reactivity with rat samples was determined by western blot for each of the antibodies used in the BD CBA Phospho p38 (T180/Y182) Flex Set. The biology and function of p38 has been previously reviewed. For more information on bead-based immunoassays, refer to the product insert for the BD CBA Cell Signaling Master Buffer Kit (Cat. No. 560005 or 560006).
This BD™ CBA Flex Set contains one vial of each component listed above. All components of this flex set have been formulated to a 50x concentration to ensure product performance when multiplexed. Store at 4°C. Protect PE Detection Reagent from prolonged exposure to light.
The Phospho p38 (T180/Y182) Standard provided in this Flex Set is lyophilized and the standard sphere should be transferred to a 1.5 ml microfuge tube for reconstitution. Reconstitute the standard with 0.1 ml Assay Diluent from the BD CBA Cell Signaling Master Buffer Kit (Cat. No. 560005/560006), warm to 37 °C and vortex prior to use. After reconstitution, the standard concentration is 50,000 Units/ml and is stable for 3 months when stored at 4 °C. When using reconstituted standard, warm to 37 °C and vortex to mix thoroughly before use.
Components Capture beads, detection reagent, standards
Alternative Name p38
Research Area Immunology
Comment

Bead Position: B6

Restrictions For Research Use only
Format Liquid
Reconstitution Reconstitute the standard with 0.1 mL Assay Diluent from the BD CBA Cell Signaling Master Buffer Kit (Cat. No. 560005/560006), warm to 37 °C and vortex prior to use. After reconstitution, the standard concentration is 50,000 Units/mL and is stable for 3 months when stored at 4 °C. When using reconstituted standard, warm to 37 °C and vortex to mix thoroughly before use.
Buffer Aqueous buffered solution containing BSA and ≤0.09 % sodium azide.
Preservative Sodium azide
Precaution of Use This product contains Sodium azide: a POISONOUS AND HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE which should be handled by trained staff only.
Storage 4 °C
Storage Comment This BD™ CBA Flex Set contains one vial of each component listed above. All components of this flex set have been formulated to a 50x concentration to ensure product performance when multiplexed. Store at 4°C. Protect Capture Beads and the PE Detection Reagent from prolonged exposure to light. The Phospho p38 (T180/Y182) Standard provided in this Flex Set is lyophilized and the standard sphere should be transferred to a 1.5 mL microfuge tube for reconstitution. Reconstitute the standard with 0.1 mL Assay Diluent from the BD CBA Cell Signaling Master Buffer Kit (Cat. No. 560005/560006), warm to 37 °C and vortex prior to use. After reconstitution, the standard concentration is 50,000 Units/mL and is stable for 3 months when stored at 4 °C. When using reconstituted standard, warm to 37 °C and vortex to mix thoroughly before use.
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Product cited in: Boldt, Kolch: "Targeting MAPK signalling: Prometheus' fire or Pandora's box?" in: Current pharmaceutical design, Vol. 10, Issue 16, pp. 1885-905, 2004 (PubMed).

Yang, Sharrocks, Whitmarsh: "Transcriptional regulation by the MAP kinase signaling cascades." in: Gene, Vol. 320, pp. 3-21, 2003 (PubMed).