|Reactivity||Human, Mouse, Opossum, Chimpanzee, Bovine|
|Calculated MW||46462 Da|
|Positive Control||Western blot: Human brain lysate, mouse brain lysate|
|Application & Usage||Western blot: 0.25-1.0 µg/ml. However, the optimal conditions should be determined individually.|
|Other Names||Jumonji Domain Containing 6; PTDSR|
|Formulation||50 µg of antibody in 100 µl PBS containing 0.05% BSA and 0.05% sodium salt.|
|Handling||The antibody solution should be gently mixed before use.|
|Reconstitution & Storage||-20 °C|
|Precautions||JMJD6 Antibody is for research use only and not for use in diagnostic or therapeutic procedures.|
|Function||Dioxygenase that can both act as a histone arginine demethylase and a lysyl-hydroxylase. Acts as a lysyl-hydroxylase that catalyzes 5-hydroxylation on specific lysine residues of target proteins such as U2AF2/U2AF65 and LUC7L2. Acts as a regulator of RNA splicing by mediating 5-hydroxylation of U2AF2/U2AF65, affecting the pre-mRNA splicing activity of U2AF2/U2AF65. In addition to peptidyl-lysine 5-dioxygenase activity, may act as an RNA hydroxylase, as suggested by its ability to bind single strand RNA. Also acts as an arginine demethylase which demethylates histone H3 at 'Arg-2' (H3R2me) and histone H4 at 'Arg-3' (H4R3me), thereby playing a role in histone code. However, histone arginine demethylation may not constitute the primary activity in vivo. Has no histone lysine demethylase activity. Required for differentiation of multiple organs during embryogenesis. Acts as a key regulator of hematopoietic differentiation: required for angiogenic sprouting by regulating the pre-mRNA splicing activity of U2AF2/U2AF65. Seems to be necessary for the regulation of macrophage cytokine responses.|
|Cellular Location||Nucleus, nucleoplasm. Nucleus, nucleolus. Note=Mainly found throughout the nucleoplasm outside of regions containing heterochromatic DNA, with some localization in nucleolus. During mitosis, excluded from the nucleus and reappears in the telophase of the cell cycle|
|Tissue Location||Highly expressed in the heart, skeletal muscle and kidney. Expressed at moderate or low level in brain, placenta, lung, liver, pancreas, spleen, thymus, prostate, testis and ovary Up-regulated in many patients with chronic pancreatitis. Expressed in nursing thymic epithelial cells.|
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Tudor domains are small protein structural motifs of about ~50 amino acids related to the “royal family” of methyl readers, which also includes chromo, MBT, PWWP, and Agenet-like domains. Tudor domains occur either alone, in tandem, or with other domains and are found in many proteins that are involved in RNA metabolism, germ cell development, transposon silencing, DNA damage response, histone modification, and chromatin remodeling. The tudor domains recognize symmetric methylated arginine or methylated lysine residues. JMJD6 is a 403 amino acid nuclear protein lysyl-hydroxylase that has been reported to have arginine demethylase activity for histone H3 at ‘Arg-2’ and histone H4 at ‘Arg-3’. JMJD6 has been s µggested to function in the differentiation of multiple organs during embryogenesis and regulate hematopoietic differentiation and macrophage cytokine responses. First identified as a putative phosphatidylserine receptor involved in phagocytosis of apoptotic cells, JMJD6 was later indicated not to directly function in the clearance of apoptotic cells. It is ubiquitously expressed in most tissues and is upregulated in patients with chronic pancreatitis and upon cytokine treatment, but not upon TNF-α treatment.
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