Chloride intracellular channel protein 1, CLIC1, is found primarily in
the nucleus and nuclear membrane. It can insert into membranes to form
chloride ion channels. Membrane insertion is redox-dependent (occurring
under oxidizing conditions) and channel activity is pH-dependent. CLIC-1
is involved in the regulation of cell cycle.
Target: CLIC1 (Chloride Intracellular Channel 1)
Target Species: human
Target Type: protein
Affinity Constant (Kd): 42.7 nM
Default 3' Linker (Spacer) is 10T. Please submit a custom quote request for other options.
Aptamer was selected from a randomized 32-mer library against Human CLIC 1 protein. Proprietary methods were then used to select the aptamer.
0.1uM synthesis scale (20-200ug)
Please choose your modification and add as an extra catalogue number:
ATWUNMOD - Unmodified
ATWAMINE - Amine modification
ATWBIOTIN - Biotin modification
ATWTHIOL - Thiol modification (extra charge)
ATWFLUOR - Fluor (all) modification (extra charge)
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