IHCeasy GTF2H1 Ready-To-Use IHC Kit

GTF2H1 Ready-to-use reagent kit for IHC.


Human, Rat

Sample Type

FFPE tissue

Cat no : KHC1579



Product Information

KHC1579 is a ready-to-use IHC kit for staining of GTF2H1. The kit provides all reagents, from antigen retrieval to cover slip mounting, that require little to no diluting or handling prior to use. Simply apply the reagents to your sample slide according to the protocol and you're steps away from obtaining high-quality IHC data.

Product name IHCeasy GTF2H1 Ready-To-Use IHC Kit
Sample type FFPE tissue
Assay type Immunohistochemistry
Primary antibody type Rabbit Polyclonal
Secondary antibody type Polymer-HRP-Goat anti-Rabbit
Reactivity Human, Rat

Kit components

Antigen Retrieval Buffer100 mL50×
Washing Buffer100 mL ×220×
Blocking Buffer5 mLRTU
Primary Antibody5 mLRTU
Secondary Antibody5 mLRTU
Chromogen Component A0.2 mLRTU
Chromogen Component B4 mLRTU
Signal Enhancer5 mLRTU
Counter Staining Reagent5 mLRTU
Mounting Media5 mLRTU
Datasheet1 Copy
Manual1 Copy

Background Information

TFIIH is a multiprotein complex that has a central role in the RNA pol II mediated transcription, in DNA repair and in the control of the cell cycle. TFIIH consists of nine subunits: cyclin-dependent kinase 7 (Cdk7), cyclin H and MAT1 (forming the Cdk-activating-kinase or CAK complex), the two helicases Xpb/Hay and Xpd, and p34, p44, p52 and p62. As the kinase subunit of TFIIH, Cdk7 participates in basal transcription by phosphorylating the carboxy-terminal domain of the largest subunit of RNA polymerase II. Mutations in some components of TFIIH are associated with three hereditary human syndromes: xeroderma pigmentosum (XP), Cockayne syndrome (CS) and trichothiodystrophy (TTD). The p62 protein (TFIIH1) is a structural component of the TFIIH core and no syndromes have been identified up to date by mutations in this human gene.


Storage Instructions All the reagents are stored at 2-8°C. The kit is stable for 6 months from the date of receipt.
Synonyms BTF2, BTF2 p62, GTF2H1, TFB1, TFIIH