||Native human CKB was expressedin Human Brain.
||CKB is predominatelyfound in the brain and lungs and injury to either of these organs (forexample, stroke or lung injury due to a pulmonary embolism) are associatedwith elevated levels of CKB. Human Creatine Kinase (CK) enzyme consists oftwo subunits, which can be either B (brain type) or M (muscle type). Threedifferent human isoenzymes exist: CKB, CKMM, and CKMB.
||1mM DTE, pH 6.5 +25mM Imidazole + 50% Glycerol.
||100% CKB by CKElectrophoresis
||Typically >1 mgprotein/mL
||Typically >500U/mL @ 37°C
||Store at -40°C 1year
||Arginine and prolinemetabolism; Creatine metabolism; Creatine pathway; Metabolic pathways; Metabolism;Metabolism of amino acids and derivatives; Urea cycle and metabolism of aminogroups; creatine-phosphate biosynthesis