|Product Overview:||Recombinant A. sulcata ATX II was expresed in E. coli.|
|Description:||rATX II is a 47 amino acid peptidyl toxin, originally isolated from Anemonia sulcata sea anemone venom. It is a potent neurotoxin, which modulates voltage-gated sodium channel gating kinetics by delaying its inactivation and prolonging the action potential of excitable membranes. ATX II has been used as a powerful activator of TTX-sensitive and insensitive sodium channels in various excitable tissue and cell types (at concentration range of 10-100 nM).|
|Molecular Mass:||~4935 Da|
|Stability:||~2 years at -20 centigrade. Upon reconstitution, store solutions in working aliquots at -20 centigrade. When stored properly, the solutions are stable for at least three months.|
|Storage:||Store at -20 centigrade|
|Reconstitution:||Reconstitute with distilled water or any aqueous buffer. Dissolving 50μg in 1.01 mL of any conventional buffer gives a stock solution of 10μM.|
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