Recombinant Human PNPLA2 Protein(His tag) (HE1185PS)

Recombinant Human PNPLA2 protein with an N-terminal His tag was expressed in E. coli.
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PRODUCT INFORMATION

Cat.No.
HE1185PS
Synonyms
PNPLA2; patatin-like phospholipase domain containing 2; patatin-like phospholipase domain-containing protein 2; ATGL; desnutrin; FP17548; TTS 2.2; TTS2.2
Species
Human
Accession
Source
E. coli
Tag
His
Form
Tris buffer lyophilized Form without preservatives
Molecular Mass
73 KD
Protein length
Met1-Leu504
AA Sequence
MFPREKTWNI SFAGCGFLGV YYVGVASCLR EHAPFLVANATHIYGASAGA LTATALVTGV CLGEAGAKFI EVSKEARKRFLGPLHPSFNL VKIIRSFLLK VLPADSHEHA SGRLGISLTR
VSDGENVIIS HFNSKDELIQ ANVCSGFIPV YCGLIPPSLQGVRYVDGGIS DNLPLYELKN TITVSPFSGE SDICPQDSSTNIHELRVTNT SIQFNLRNLY RLSKALFPPE PLVLREMCKQ
GYRDGLRFLQ RNGLLNRPNP LLALPPARPH GPEDKDQAVESAQAEDYSQL PGEDHILEHL PARLNEALLE ACVEPTDLLTTLSNMLPVRL ATAMMVPYTL PLESALSFTI RLLEWLPDVP
EDIRWMKEQT GSICQYLVMR AKRKLGRHLP SRLPEQVELRRVQSLPSVPL SCAAYREALP GWMRNNLSLG DALAKWEECQRQLLLGLFCT NVAFPPEALR MRAPADPAPA PADPASPQHQ
LAGPAPLLST PAPEARPVIG ALGL
Purity
>90% in SDS-PAGE gel

Usage Guide

Storage
Store lyophilized protein at -20 centigrade or -70 centigrade. Lyophilized protein is stable for up to 6 months from date of receipt at - 20 centigrade to -70 centigrade. Upon reconstitution, this protein can be stored at -20 centigrade for a few weeks or at - 70 centigrade in a manual defrost freezer for long term storage (six months). Aliquot reconstituted protein to avoid repeated freezing / thawing cycles.
Reconstitution
Add 500 ul deionized water to the vial to prepare a working stock solution at 200 ug/mL. Allow to set at least 30 minutes at 4 ° C, mix well.
Applications
Biology; ELISA
Warning
For research use only!


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