Product was derived from bovine blood collected at a USDA licensed facility. The cattle received ante- and post-mortem health inspection under a veterinarian's supervision and were apparently free from infectious and contagious diseases. All donor animals were sourced from the United States. Blood collection records were incorporated into a manufacturing batch documents.
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.
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 Albumin 30% Solution is manufactured from fresh bovine plasma or serum by fractionation process that yields a preparation which provides optimal performance in immunohematological test systems. This reagent is a solution containing 30 grams of bovine albumin/dL. It has a pH of 7.4 and is physiologically compatible with normal red blood cells. The sodium chloride content is 0.6 g/dL.
Key Applications: Immunohematological procedures, Immunoassay, Mammalian Cell Culture
Application Areas: Immunoassays; Mammalian Cell Culture
Product Type: Proteins, Enzymes & Peptides
Protein or Enzyme Type: Albumins
NOTES: Preserved by: 0.09 g/dL sodium azide
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.
Solubility: Soluble in water.
Storage & Handling: Store at 2 - 8°C
Certifications: Cap Free