Recombinant Human S100A9 Protein (Thr2-Pro114), N-His tagged

Cat.No. : S100A9-6221H
Product Overview : Recombinant human S100A9 (Thr2-Pro114) fused with the N-His tag was expressed in E. coli.
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Source : E. coli
Species : Human
Tag : N-His
Form : Lyophilized powder/frozen liquid
Molecular Mass : 15.42 kDa
Protein Length : Thr2-Pro114
Purity : > 90 % as determined by SDS-PAGE
Notes : For research use only.
Storage : Use a manual defrost freezer and avoid repeated freeze thaw cycles. Store at 2 to 8 centigrade for one week. Store at -20 to -80 centigrade for twelve months from the date of receipt.
Storage Buffer : 0.01M PBS, pH 7.4, 0.02 % NLS
Reconstitution : Reconstitute in sterile water for a stock solution.
Shipping : They are shipped out with dry ice/blue ice unless customers require otherwise.
SDS-PAGE:
Gene Name : S100A9 S100 calcium binding protein A9 [ Homo sapiens (human) ]
Official Symbol : S100A9
Synonyms : S100A9; S100 calcium binding protein A9; CAGB, CFAG, S100 calcium binding protein A9 (calgranulin B), S100 calcium binding protein A9 (calgranulin B); protein S100-A9; 60B8AG; CGLB; LIAG; MAC387; MIF; MRP14; NIF; P14; MRP-14; calgranulin B; calgranulin-B; calprotectin L1H subunit; leukocyte L1 complex heavy chain; migration inhibitory factor-related protein 14; S100 calcium-binding protein A9 (calgranulin B); CAGB; CFAG; L1AG;
Gene ID : 6280
mRNA Refseq : NM_002965
Protein Refseq : NP_002956
MIM : 123886
UniProt ID : P06702

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How is S100A9 protein measured in clinical settings? 02/05/2019

S100A9 levels can be measured using various laboratory techniques, such as ELISA (enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay).

Are there any therapies or drugs targeting S100A9 in clinical development? 11/13/2018

Some research is exploring the development of drugs that target S100A9 to modulate inflammation, but clinical applications are still in the experimental phase.

Can S100A9 levels be used as a biomarker for specific diseases? 08/26/2017

Yes, elevated S100A9 levels have been associated with conditions like rheumatoid arthritis and inflammatory bowel disease, making it a potential biomarker.

Can S100A9 be used to predict disease outcomes? 02/10/2017

Elevated S100A9 levels have been linked to poorer outcomes in certain diseases, making it a potential predictor of disease severity.

Are there any genetic factors that influence S100A9 levels? 02/29/2016

Genetic variations can influence S100A9 expression, and these variations may impact an individual's susceptibility to certain diseases.

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    This includes complementary reagents, protocols, and access to an extensive knowledge base, all aimed at streamlining the trial process and maximizing the chances of achieving meaningful results.

    06/20/2016

      By choosing the S100A9 protein and partnering with the manufacturer, researchers can confidently conduct their trials, achieve reliable results, and contribute to groundbreaking discoveries.

      04/04/2016

        Collaborating with the manufacturer opens up possibilities for potential collaboration and exchange of information with a wider scientific community, allowing researchers to stay at the forefront of advancements in their respective fields.

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