AlbumiNZ™ Low IgG BSA

AlbumiNZ™ Low IgG BSA

Synonyms BSA; Bovine albumin; Albumin from bovine serum; Bovine Plasma Albumin; Bovine Serum Albumin

CAS Number: 9048-46-8 Molecular Weight: 66KDa

EC Number: 232-936-2 MDL Number: MFCD00130384

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Description

Product Description

AlbumiNZ™ Low IgG BSA is chromatographically purified from New Zealand-sourced bovine plasma in an ISO quality system assuring complete traceability and consistent high quality. This albumin has very low endotoxin and low IgG to simplify downstream purification, is tested for the absence of viruses according to 9CFR and has the highest possible biosafety level. The albumin supports growth of stem cells and increases protein production from hybridoma cells.

Application Notes

AlbumiNZ™ Low IgG BSA supports growth of stem cells and increases protein production from hybridoma cells. Albumin is also used to solubilize lipids, and as a blocking agent in Western blots or ELISA applications. Globulin free albumins are suitable for use in applications where no other proteins should be present such as electrophoresis. This grade finds applications in the manufacture of monoclonal antibodies.

Usage Statement

Research Use Only (RUO). Ready for CE IVD labeling of clinical applications.

Key Applications

Monoclonal antibody manufacture || Cell Culture || Binding and transport studies

Specifications
SKU 02199897-CF
Alternate Names BSA; Bovine albumin; Albumin from bovine serum; Bovine Plasma Albumin; Bovine Serum Albumin
Application Notes AlbumiNZ™ Low IgG BSA supports growth of stem cells and increases protein production from hybridoma cells. Albumin is also used to solubilize lipids, and as a blocking agent in Western blots or ELISA applications. Globulin free albumins are suitable for use in applications where no other proteins should be present such as electrophoresis. This grade finds applications in the manufacture of monoclonal antibodies.
Biochemical Physiological Actions Certain conformational and primary-sequence epitopes of BSA are suspected allergens in human beef and milk allergies.
Concentration Total Protein: ≥95%
EC Number 232-936-2
Foreign Activity Mycoplasma and virus not detected.
Grade Low IgG Grade
Applications Monoclonal antibody manufacture || Cell Culture || Binding and transport studies
MDL # MFCD00130384
Moisture Content ≤5%
Molecular Weight 66KDa
Pack Size No
Personal Protective Equipment Eyeshields, Gloves, Respirator filter
pH 6.5 - 7.5 (4% aq soln)
Physical Appearance Tan Powder
Preparation Method Prepared by salt fractionation, ion exchange, and gel filtration chromatography.
Presentation Tan Powder
Product Families Description AlbumiNZ™ Low IgG BSA is chromatographically purified from New Zealand-sourced bovine plasma in an ISO quality system assuring complete traceability and consistent high quality. This albumin has very low endotoxin and low IgG to simplify downstream purification, is tested for the absence of viruses according to 9CFR and has the highest possible biosafety level. The albumin supports growth of stem cells and increases protein production from hybridoma cells.
Product Overview Serum albumin may be referred to as Cohn Fraction V. This naming convention is taken from the original Cohn method of fractionating serum proteins using cold ethanol precipitation. Serum albumin was found in the fifth ethanol fraction using Cohn′s method. Since then, the term "Cohn Fraction V" has been used by some to describe serum albumin regardless of the method of preparation. Others have used this term to describe serum albumin purified by ethanol fractionation methods that have been highly modified since the original Cohn method was described.
Purity ≥97% Total Protein
Research Areas Embryonic Stem Cells||Hematopoietic Stem Cells||Neural Stem Cells||Pluripotent Stem Cells
Solubility Albumins are readily soluble in water and can only be precipitated by high concentrations of neutral salts such as ammonium sulfate. The solution stability of albumin is very good (especially if the solutions are stored aliquoted and frozen). Albumin is readily coagulated by heat. When heated to 50 °C or above, albumin quite rapidly forms hydrophobic aggregates which do not revert to monomers upon cooling.
Storage and Handling Store at + 4 °C.
Trade Name AlbumiNZ™
Usage Statement Research Use Only (RUO). Ready for CE IVD labeling of clinical applications.