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HSP60 antibodies

9023rabbitpolyclonalIgGhuman mouse ratWBICCIHC

Heat shock protein 60 (HSP60), also known as chaperonin 60, is a highly conserved molecular chaperone that assists in the folding and assembly of newly synthesized proteins, particularly under conditions of cellular stress. In research, HSP60 has garnered significant attention due to its critical role in protein quality control and cellular protection. Its upregulation in response to stressors, such as heat or oxidative stress, makes it an essential marker for studying cellular stress responses and protein folding pathways. While HSP60 is primarily known for its chaperone function, it has also been recognized as a potential loading control in some experimental techniques. However, its suitability as a loading control can vary depending on the experimental context and the specific biological system being studied. In some cases, HSP60 levels may fluctuate under certain experimental conditions, potentially compromising its utility as a reliable loading control.