Albumin bovine is a single polypeptide chain consisting of about 583 amino acid residues and no carbohydrates. At pH 5-7 it contains 17 intrachain disulfide bridges and 1 sulfhydryl group.
Bovine serum albumin is broadly used as an additive to cell culture media, especially serum-free media. It provides a range of benefits including protection from oxidative damage and stabilization of other media components such as fatty acids and pyridoxal.
Immunoblot | ELISA |Mammalian Cell Culture |ADME| Standards
|Alternate Names||BSA solution; Bovine Serum Albumin; Bovine Plasma Albumin; BSA|
|Application Notes||Bovine serum albumin is broadly used as an additive to cell culture media, especially serum-free media. It provides a range of benefits including protection from oxidative damage and stabilization of other media components such as fatty acids and pyridoxal.|
|Formulation||Liquid |30 % Solution|
|Applications||Immunoblot | ELISA |Mammalian Cell Culture |ADME| Standards|
|Pack Size||50 mL|
|Presentation||Liquid |30 % Solution|
|Protein or Enzyme Type||Albumins|
|Solubility||Soluble in water.|
|Specificity||Bovine Albumin 30% Solution is tested by the following immunohematological test parameters: titration of Rh system antibody; hemagglutination slide test with Rh system antibody; microscopic examination of red blood cell morphological characteristics; T-activation of RBCs; and screening against a panel of known red blood cells at room temperature; 37 °C; high protein phase and indirect antiglobulin test.|
|Storage and Handling||Store at 2 - 8°C|