c-Myc Peptide is a useful for displacement of c-Myc-tagged fusion proteins bound to anti-c-Myc antibodies in immunoassays. The successful inhibition of antibody binding by c-Myc peptide demonstrates binding is specific. c-Myc Peptide participates in regulation of growth-related gene transcription.
Amino acid sequence of c-Myc Peptide is corresponds to amino acids 410-419 of the C-terminal of human c-Myc. This peptide is sold for laboratory research use only, not for human or in-vivo use. This peptide may not be resold or modified for resale without prior written approval.
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