MP Biomedicals Hemocyanin
Derived from Megathura crenulata
Manufacturer: MP Biomedicals 0215123383
Hemocyanins are copper-containing oxygen transport proteins found in the hemolymph of many invertebrates. It is dissolved in the hemolymph; not found in blood cells. They are divided into 2 main groups, arthropodan (such as horseshoe crab) and molluscan (such as keyhole limpet). These have structurally similar oxygen-binding sites, which are similar to the oxygen-binding sites of tyrosinases, but their quaternary structures are arranged differently.
- Format: Gray lyophilized powder
|3000000 to 7500000|
|5mM BES Buffer, pH 6.5 and 10mM MgSO4|