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MP Biomedicals™ Fetuin, From Fetal Bovine Serum

Fetuin is a protein containing 12 Cys residues, all involved in disulfide bridges.

$155.00 - $892.50

Specifications

Source Fetal Bovine Serum
Format Powder
Formulation Polypeptide 74%, Hexose 8.3%, Hexosamines 5.5%, and Sialic Acid 8.7%
For Use With (Application) Fetuin bovine is a protein with the ability to bind to the insulin receptor and inhibit insulin action, Fetuin has been used in studies of type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM), In patients with T2DM, fetuin has been shown to be significantly lower when compared to control patients, Fetuin has also been used in studies to demonstrate its protective role in the development of arterial calcification. Fetuin also contributes to the attachment and spreading of cells in culture medium
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MP21048741
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MP Biomedicals™
02104874.1
100mg
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MP21048742
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02104874.2
250mg
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ICN10487401
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MP Biomedicals™
0210487401
1g
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Description

Description

  • Formulation: Polypeptide 74%, Hexose 8.3%, Hexosamines 5.5%, and Sialic Acid 8.7%

Applications:

Fetuin bovine is a Protein with the ability to bind to the insulin receptor and inhibit insulin action, Fetuin has been used in studies of type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM), In patients with T2DM, fetuin has been shown to be significantly lower when compared to control patients.

Specifications

Specifications

Fetal Bovine Serum
Powder
Polypeptide 74%, Hexose 8.3%, Hexosamines 5.5%, and Sialic Acid 8.7%
Fetuin bovine is a protein with the ability to bind to the insulin receptor and inhibit insulin action, Fetuin has been used in studies of type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM), In patients with T2DM, fetuin has been shown to be significantly lower when compared to control patients, Fetuin has also been used in studies to demonstrate its protective role in the development of arterial calcification. Fetuin also contributes to the attachment and spreading of cells in culture medium
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