Myosin is primarily class II in smooth muscle. Myosin II contains two heavy chains which constitute the head and tail domains. Each of these heavy chains contains the N-terminal head domain, while the C-terminal tails take on a coiled-coil morphology, holding the two heavy chains together. Thus, myosin II has two heads. In smooth muscle, there is a single gene (MYH11) that codes for the heavy chains myosin II, but there are splice variants of this gene that result in four distinct isoforms.
|Cat||Product Name||Target||Host||Antibody Isotype||Cross Reactivity||Clone||Application*'|
|CBMAB-MA181-YC||Mouse Anti-Myosin Recombinant Antibody (IHC633)||Myosin||Mouse||Human||IHC633||IH|
|CBMAB-0616-LY||Mouse Anti-Myosin Recombinant Antibody (CPTC-Myosin-3)||Myosin||Mouse||IgA||Chicken, Human, Mouse, Quail, Rat, Zebrafish||IF, IH, WB|
|CBMAB-0615-LY||Mouse Anti-Myosin Recombinant Antibody (CPTC-Myosin-2)||Myosin||Mouse||IgG1||Chicken, Human, Mouse, Quail, Rat, Zebrafish||IF, IH, WB|
|CBMAB-0614-LY||Mouse Anti-Myosin Recombinant Antibody (CPTC-Myosin-1)||Myosin||Mouse||IgG1||Chicken|
|CBMAB-0562-LY||Mouse Anti-Myosin Recombinant Antibody||Myosin||Mouse||IgG1||Chicken|