Recombinant Avidin Biotin Protein

$ 98.00$ 1,108.00
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SKU: QP10526
Species: other
Applications: Bioactive
Available Tags: Untagged
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Product NumberDescriptionPrice
QP10526-2mg Size: 2 mg, Tag: Untagged (Native Protein) $ 98.00
QP10526-10mg Size: 10 mg, Tag: Untagged (Native Protein) $ 148.00
QP10526-100mg Size: 100 mg, Tag: Untagged (Native Protein) $ 1,108.00
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SKU: QP10526-2mg
Recombinant other Avidin Biotin General Information
Alternate Names
Avidin, AVD, AVID.
Chromosomal Location
on chromosome Z
Curated Database and Bioinformatic Data
Gene SymbolAVD
Entrez Gene ID396260
UniProt ID(s)P02701
KEGG Gene ID(s)gga:396260
General Description of Recombinant other Avidin Biotin.
Avidin is a basic charged glycoprotein present in the egg white and in some extent in tissues of various animals. Avidin is a homotetrameric protein that contains 4 identical subunits which bind to Biotin with high extent of affinity and specificity consisting of 128 amino acids and has a molecular mass of about 67K Daltons. Avidin-Biotin is a modified form of affinity purified avidin that combines the high affinity specific activity of the native egg white avidin to biotin molecule together with a very low background of the streptavidin produced by the bacteria Streptomyces avidinii.

other Avidin Biotin Bioactive Protein Product Attributes

Product Type: Bioactive Protein
Recombinant Avidin Biotin based upon sequence from other
Available Tags: Untagged
Protein Construction: A cDNA sequence encoding the sequence of Avidin Biotin was constructred and used to recombinantly synthesize the protein.
Recommended Applications: Bioactive
Application Notes
Recommended Reconstitution Instructions: We highly recommended to prepare a 1 mg/ml solution; Reconstitute using cold deionized pyrogen free water and mix gently until powder is completely dissolved.
Why We Recommend this protein: 1. Avidin-Biotin does not exhibit unwanted non-specific binding that have been previously reported for the native egg white avidin. 2. The non-specific properties of Avidin-Biotin have been tested in ELISA, Western Blot & Immunohistochemistry techniques and have been found to be superior to unmodified avidin. 3. Avidin-Biotin rarely affected by pH values between the range of pH 2 to pH 12 or by guanidine-HCl concentrations up to 8M at neutral pH.
Bioactivity Data: Binding activity of Avidin-Biotin is 10-15units/mg protein. One unit of Avidin activity is defined as the amount of protein which will bind 1µg d-biotin.
Endotoxin Levels: < 1.0 EU per ug protein as determined by the LAL method.
Buffer: Salt-free lyophilized powder with no preservative added.
Storage Conditions: Store protein solution at 2-8°C.
Physical Appearance: Lyophilized freeze dry Powder.

Limitations and Performance Guarantee

enQuire Bio's products are guaranteed and approved for RESEARCH USE ONLY or manufacturing purposes. This product may not be used as a pharmaceutical agent, or other product intended for human consumption without meeting additional regulatory requirements. This product is guaranteed to work for a period of two years when stored at -70C or colder, and one year when aliquoted and stored at -20C.

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Recombinant Avidin Biotin Protein