Boston Biochem Literature

Through a fundamental academic research approach for the development of new products, Boston Biochem is required to fully understand the ubiquitin-related pathways, proteins, and enzymes that we work with and produce. Data from the characterization of our new products result in releases and highlights with experimental detail, product use, biological relevance, enzyme specificity and selectivity, and applications. Click on the literature below to view an electronic version.

Product Highlights

Affinity Matrices

Autophagy Research Tools

DUB Products and Services

Deubiquitinating Enzymes in Cell Signaling

Ubiquitin-Related Signaling Inhibitors

Stable, DUB-Resistant Ubiquitin Chains

p53-Realted Research Products

E3 Ligase Activity Kits

DUB Substrates 1

DUB Substates 2

Small Molecule Inhibitors

All Lysine Chain Linkages

K11-Linked Chains

Ubiquitin Binding Domains

FRET DUB Substrates

DUB Tools

Product-based Scientific Posters

DUB Discovery Tools

DUB Substrate Alternatives

HSP/CHIP Protein Triage

MDM2 p53 Ubiquitination

Full-length DUBs

Non-hydrolyzable Ubiquitin Chains

SUMO-related Discovery Tools

Nature Posters