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Protein A/G Magnetic Beads Bead

IP, AC, Purif Protein A,Protein G Magnetic particles 40 µm
Pubmed (2)
Catalog No. ABIN400577
$173.80
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2 mL
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  • Target
    Application
    Immunoprecipitation (IP), Affinity Chromatography (AC), Purification (Purif)
    Purpose
    Protein A/G MagBeads are designed for small-scale antibody purification and immunoprecipitation of proteins, protein complexes or other antigens.
    Brand
    MagBeads
    Characteristics
    Protein A/G MagBeads are superparamagnetic beads of average 40 μm in diameter, covalently coated with recombinant Protein A/G. The beads are supplied as 25% slurry in phosphate buffered saline (PBS), pH 7.4, containing 20% ethanol. The Protein A/G MagBeads have a binding capacity of more than 10 mg Goat IgG per 1 ml settled beads (e.g. 4 ml 25% slurry).
    Bead Ligand
    Protein A,Protein G
    Bead Matrix
    Magnetic particles
    Bead Size
    40 µm
  • Target
    Background
    Protein A/G is a genetically engineered protein (MW≈43 kDa) that combines the IgG binding sites of both Protein A and Protein G. 6×His-tag was attached to its N-terminal to facilitate the purification. The secreted Protein A/G contains four Fc-binding domains from Protein A and two from Protein G, making it a more universal tool to bind and purify immunoglobulins. 
  • Restrictions
    For Research Use only
  • Format
    Liquid
    Buffer
    0.5 ml settled Beads (2 ml 25% slurry)
    Storage
    4 °C
    Storage Comment
    Store at 4°C, do NOT freeze.
    Expiry Date
    12 months
  • Tyler, Pearce, Shaler, Olzmann, Greenblatt, Kopito: "Unassembled CD147 is an endogenous endoplasmic reticulum-associated degradation substrate." in: Molecular biology of the cell, Vol. 23, Issue 24, pp. 4668-78, 2012 (PubMed).

    Luo, Hannemann, Kulkarni, Schwartz, ODowd, Fortunato: "Human cytomegalovirus infection causes premature and abnormal differentiation of human neural progenitor cells." in: Journal of virology, Vol. 84, Issue 7, pp. 3528-41, 2010 (PubMed).

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