Tubulin & FtsZ Products

Since 1993 Cytoskeleton has provided purified tubulin proteins to the scientific community. We continually strive to provide the purest, most biological active and relevant tubulin proteins, kits and reagents for today's researchers. The product range includes tubulins from fungal to human origin, fluorescent and biotinylated conjugants, and user friendly kits. The kits are designed to enhance the productivity ot the time you have available for research, usually saving months of development time. In addition, we provide tubulin antibodies which are not provided by generic antibody providers. Bulk quantities of all tubulins and microtubules are available. Please inquire to customer service (cserve@cytoskeleton.com) for a quotation.

For more about Tubulin biochemistry, genotypes, post-translational modification, (Click here). To browse our tubulin product line, choose a category below.

Cytoskeleton's tubulin products have been cited hundreds of times over the past 18 years. A select few are described here, for more citations on individual products please use the "Citations" tab on each individual product page.


Tubulin protein (>99% pure): porcine brain (Cat. # T240)

O'Boyle NM, Carr M, Greene LM, Bergin O, Nathwani SM, McCabe T, Lloyd DG, Zisterer DM, Meegan MJ. (2010). Synthesis and Evaluation of Azetidinone Analogues of Combretastatin A-4 as Tubulin Targeting Agents.. J Med Chem. 53 (24); 8569-8584.


Microtubule Binding Spin-Down Assay Biochem Kit (Cat. # BK029)

Cho, H. P., Liu, Y., Gomez, M., Dunlap, J., Tyers, M. and Wang, Y. (2005). The dual-specificity phosphatase CDC14B bundles and stabilizes microtubules. Mol. Cell. Biol. 25, 4541-4551.


Microtubule stabilizing agent, e.g. Paclitaxel: 2mM? (Cat. # TXD01)

Kosturko, L. D., Maggipinto, M. J., D'Sa, C., Carson, J. H. and Barbarese, E. (2005). The microtubule-associated protein tumor overexpressed gene binds to the RNA trafficking protein heterogeneous nuclear ribonucleoprotein A2. Mol. Biol. Cell 16, 1938-1947.


Anti-alpha/beta tubulin: sheep polyclonal (Cat. # ATN02)

Sangrar, W., Zirgnibl, R. A., Gao, Y., Muller, W. J., Jia, Z. and Greer, P. A. (2005). An identity crisis for fps/fes: oncogene or tumor suppressor? Cancer Res. 65, 3518-3522.


Microtubule associated proteins, e.g. MAP rich fraction of brain microtubules: bovine (Cat. # MAPF)

Cho, H. P., Liu, Y., Gomez, M., Dunlap, J., Tyers, M. and Wang, Y. (2005). The dual-specificity phosphatase CDC14B bundles and stabilizes microtubules. Mol. Cell. Biol. 25, 4541-4551.

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