Immunocytochemical studies on translocation of phosphorylated aquaporin-h2 protein in granular cells of the frog urinary bladder before and after stimulation with vasotocin

@article{Hasegawa2005ImmunocytochemicalSO,
  title={Immunocytochemical studies on translocation of phosphorylated aquaporin-h2 protein in granular cells of the frog urinary bladder before and after stimulation with vasotocin},
  author={Takahiro Hasegawa and Masakazu Suzuki and Shigeyasu Tanaka},
  journal={Cell and Tissue Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={322},
  pages={407-415}
}
We have generated a specific antibody against phosphorylated aquaporin-h2 (pAQP-h2) protein to investigate the role of phosphorylation in the translocation of AQP-h2 protein within the granule cells of the urinary bladder of the frog (Hyla japonica). The antibody was generated against a synthetic peptide (ST-160) corresponding to amino acids 255–268, with a phosphorylated Ser-262, a residue that is putatively phosphorylated by protein A kinase. Using this antibody, we found, by Western blot… CONTINUE READING
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