Histone H3.3 Human, Recombinant
Histone H3 combines with Histone H4 to form the H3/H4 tetramer. Two H2A/H2B heterodimers interact with an H3/H4 tetramer to form the histone octamer (1,2). It is also modified by various enzymes and can act as a substrate for them. These modifications have been shown to be important in gene regulation.
Histone H3.3, an H3 variant that is found in all eukaryotes from yeast to human, is replication and cell cycle phase independent and is the most common H3 in non-dividing cells (3). It has been shown to be enriched in covalent modifications associated with gene activation (4,5).
ARTKQ TARKS TGGKA PRKQL ATKAA RKSAP STGGV KKPHR YRPGT VALRE IRRYQ KSTEL LIRKL PFQRL VREIA QDFKT DLRFQ SAAIG ALQEA SEAYL VGLFE DTNLC AIHAK RVTIM PKDIQ LARRI RGERA (Genbank accession number: P84243)
Product SourceAn E. coli strain that carries a plasmid encoding the cloned human histone H3.3 gene, H3F3A or H3F3B. (Genbank accession number: AK311905)
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