Histone H2A/H2B Dimer Human, Recombinant
Histone H2A combines with Histone H2B to form the H2A/H2B heterodimer. Two H2A/H2B heterodimers interact with an H3/H4 tetramer to form the histone octamer. Histones are also modified by various enzymes and can act as substrates for them. These modifications have been shown to be important in gene regulation. Because the histones are folded with their subunit partners, the dimer may be a better substrate for specific enzymes and modifications.
Protein Sequence: Human Histone H2A Protein Sequence: SGRGK QGGKA RAKAK SRSSR AGLQF PVGRV HRLLR KGNYS ERVGA GAPVY LAAVL EYLTA EILEL AGNAA RDNKK TRIIP RHLQL AIRND EELNK LLGRV TIAQG GVLPN IQAVL LPKKT ESHHK AKGK (Genbank accession number: AAN59960)
Human Histone H2B Protein Sequence: PEPAK SAPAP KKGSK KAVTK AQKKD GKKRK RSRKE SYSIY VYKVL KQVHP DTGIS SKAMG IMNSF VNDIF ERIAG EASRL AHYNK RSTIT SREIQ TAVRL LLPGE LAKHA VSEGT KAVTK YTSSK(Genbank accession number: AAN59961)
Product SourcePurified H2A and H2B (NEB #M2502 and NEB #M2505) were denatured, refolded and the dimer was purified by gel filtration.
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