DescriptionProtein A is a 42kDa surface protein of the bacterium Staphylococcus aureus, which binds the Fc region of many mammalian IgGs. Its high affinity for immunoglobulins is the reason that it is often used in biochemical research. Alkaline Phosphatase is a hydrolase enzyme. It is extracted from bovine intestine and purified using multiple precipitation, fractionation, chromatography, and filtration steps. Alkaline Phosphatase is frequently employed in immunoassays, and a commonly used colorimetric substrate for it is PNPP; the product of this reaction, p-nitrophenol, can be read at 405nm. Fluorogenic substrates such as 4- methylumbelliferyl phosphate (MUP) may also be used.
|Source: E. coli|
|Store at -20° C.|
For research use only.
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