About Mouse Syntenin-1 (Sdcbp) -Yeast

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TestMouse or mice from the Mus musculus species are used for production of mouse monoclonal antibodies or mabs and as research model for humans in your lab. Mouse are mature after 40 days for females and 55 days for males. The female mice are pregnant only 20 days and can give birth to 10 litters of 6-8 mice a year. Transgenic, knock-out, congenic and inbread strains are known for C57BL/6, A/J, BALB/c, SCID while the CD-1 is outbred as strain.
General descriptionSyntenin-1(Sdcbp) is a recombinant protein expressed in Yeast . The protein can be with or without a His-Tag or other tag in accordance to customer's request. All of our recombinant proteins are manufactured in strictly controlled facilities and by using a well established technology which guarantees full batch-to-bact consistency and experiment reproducibility.
StorageThis protein can be stored at -20 degrees Celsius. For extended periods of time it is recommended to keep the protein frozen at -40 or -80 degrees Celsius. Avoid cycles of freezing and thawing as they might denaturate the polypeptide chains.
Alternative namessyntenin-1 isoform 1; Syntenin-1; syntenin-1; scaffold protein Pbp1; syndecan-binding protein 1; syndecan interacting protein; syndecan binding protein; Scaffold protein Pbp1; Syndecan-binding protein 1
ApplicationsThis protein can be used as a positive control for applications such as ELISA, IFA, RIA, Western Blot, etc.
Available also expressed in:E Coli ; Yeast ; Baculovirus ; Mammalian Cell
PurityGreater than 90% (determined by SDS-PAGE)
Other gene namesSdcbp; Sdcbp; Sycl; MDA-9; syntenin-1;
Long nameRecombinant Mouse Syntenin-1 (Sdcbp)
Product categoryRecombinant Proteins
FormLyophilized protein
Latin nameMus musculus
Gene nameSdcbp
Expression systemYeast