MAPs Proteins

Microtubule Associated Proteins (MAPs) are proteins that interact with tubulin and microtubules to regulate their function and also to transport cargo. The well known MAPs, MAP1 & 2 and Tau are expressed in CNS material and help stabilize microtubule structures. Motor proteins can also be classified as MAPs but usually they are called kinesins or dyneins.
14 Product(s)
  1. BimC Motor Domain (Asp.nid.) (BM01-A)

    £281.08
    Product Size: 2 x 25 µg
  2. Chromokinesin Motor Domain (Hm.sap.) (CR01-A)

    £281.08
    Product Size: 2 x 25 µg
  3. Dynein (Cytoplasmic), Porcine brain (CS-DN01)

    £367.30
    Product Size: 1 x 50 µg
  4. GTP (100mM Stock) (BST06)

    Starting at: £58.81

  5. KIF3C Motor Domain (Hm.sap.) (KF01-A)

    £281.08
    Product Size: 2 x 25 µg
  6. KIF7 motor domain (human recombinant) (CS-KF51)

    £281.08
    Product Size: 1 x 100 µg
  7. KIFC3 Motor Domain (Hm.sap) (KC01-A)

    £281.08
    Product Size: 2 x 25 µg
  8. MAP Fraction (MAPF)

    Starting at: £194.59

  9. MCAK Motor Domain (Hm.sap.) (MK01-A)

    £281.08
    Product Size: 2 x 25 µg
  10. Tau (bovine brain) (TA01)

    Starting at: £258.59