Retinol Binding Protein, (human) Recombinant Protein, Invitrogen™
Retinol Binding Protein (human) Recombinant Protein, RP-75712, from Invitrogen™
Brand: Invitrogen RP75712
UNSPSC : 12352203
Code : LD
Additional Details : Weight : 0.01000kg
DescriptionRetinal binding protein (RBP4) belongs to the lipocalin superfamily of proteins. It is synthesized and secreted by hepatic paraenchymal cells and is involved in the binding of retinol and transthyretin preventing loss by glomerular filtration and renal excretion before transport to the peripheral tissues. Increased plasma levels of retinal binding protein have been shown to cause systemic insulin resistance and as such, the protein may play a role in the pathogenesis of Type II diabetes.
Host Species: E. Coli
Formulation: 10μg purified protein (0.05mg/mL) in Laemmli and no preservative; pH 6.8
RP-75712 contains purified recombinant human Retinol Binding Protein protein with an N-terminal hexahistidine tag. RP-75712 may be used as a positive control in many immunological assays. This protein has a molecular weight of ∽25.57 kDa.
|Control, Western Blot|
|10μg purified protein (0.05mg/mL) in Laemmli and no preservative; pH 6.8|
|Human Retinol Binding Recombinant Protein with Amino-terminal 6x Histidine Tag|
|store at -20°C, Avoid Freeze/Thaw Cycles|