SRMS Recombinant Protein: High Purity Expressed in Baculovirus Infected Sf9 Cells

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SRMS Recombinant Protein: High Purity Expressed in Baculovirus Infected Sf9 Cells

  • Recombinant protein expressed in baculovirus infected Sf9 cells
  • High purity, up to 70% (SDS-PAGE)
  • Buffered aqueous glycerol solution
  • Synonyms: C20orf148, SRM, dJ697K14.1
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SRMS Recombinant Protein: High Purity Expressed in Baculovirus Infected Sf9 Cells

The SRMS Recombinant Protein is a high-quality protein that is utilized in various research applications. It is a recombinant protein expressed in baculovirus infected Sf9 cells, ensuring consistent quality and purity. With a purity level of up to 70% as determined by SDS-PAGE analysis, this protein offers optimal performance for research purposes. It is provided in a buffered aqueous glycerol solution for enhanced stability and ease of use.

Key Features:

  • Recombinant protein: The SRMS protein is produced using recombinant DNA technology, guaranteeing consistent quality and purity.
  • Expressed in baculovirus infected Sf9 cells: The protein is produced in Sf9 insect cells that have been infected with a baculovirus carrying the SRMS gene. This allows for efficient protein expression and ensures its functionality.
  • High purity: The SRMS protein has undergone a thorough purification process, eliminating impurities that may affect research results. Its high purity guarantees accurate and reliable outcomes.
  • Up to 70% purity (SDS-PAGE): The purity of the SRMS protein has been assessed using SDS-PAGE analysis, demonstrating a purity level of up to 70%.
  • Buffered aqueous glycerol solution: To enhance stability and long-term storage, the SRMS protein is supplied in a buffered aqueous glycerol solution.
  • Synonyms: The SRMS protein is also known by other names, including C20orf148, SRM, and dJ697K14.1.

For more detailed information on handling, storage, and usage of the SRMS Recombinant Protein, please refer to the SRP5287 MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet), related peer-reviewed papers, technical documents, similar products, and more at SRP5287. These resources will provide you with further insights into utilizing the SRMS protein for various research applications.

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