Recombinant Mouse PFN1 Protein Pre-coupled Magnetic Beads

Cat.No. : PFN1-6655M-B
Product Overview : The Recombnant protein was conjugated to magnetic beads. This ready-to-use, pre-coupled magnetic beads are in uniform particle size and narrow size distribution with large surface area, which is conducive to convenient and fast capture target molecules with high specificity and achieve magnetic separation. This product can be equipped with automation equipment for high-throughput operations.
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Source : HEK293
Species : Mouse
Form : Solution
Particle size : ~2 μm
Beads Surface : Hydrophilic
Capacity : > 200 pmol rabbit IgG/ mg beads
Applications : Immunoassay, In vitro diagnostics, cell sorting, Immunoprecipitation/Co-precipitation, Protein/antibody separation and purification.
Stability : Stable for at least 6 months from the date of receipt of the product under proper storage and handling conditions.
Storage : 2-8℃. Do not to freeze thaw the Beads
Concentration : 10mg beads/mL
Storage Buffer : PBS buffer
Gene Name : Pfn1 profilin 1 [ Mus musculus ]
Official Symbol : PFN1
Gene ID : 18643
mRNA Refseq : NM_011072.4
Protein Refseq : NP_035202.1
UniProt ID : P62962

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Is PFN1 protein involved in any other cellular processes apart from cell motility? 11/09/2021

Yes, PFN1 is involved in processes such as endocytosis, cytokinesis, and cell signaling, highlighting its importance in various cellular functions.

Are there ongoing clinical trials targeting PFN1 for cancer treatment? 09/30/2020

Research on targeting PFN1 in cancer therapy is ongoing, and there are clinical trials exploring potential drugs that could inhibit PFN1 activity to impede cancer cell metastasis.

How does PFN1 protein contribute to cancer progression? 05/30/2020

PFN1 has been found to promote cancer cell migration and invasion, suggesting its role in cancer metastasis, making it a potential target for cancer therapy.

Can PFN1 protein be targeted for drug development? 12/22/2019

Yes, researchers are exploring the potential of developing drugs that target PFN1 to modulate its activity, especially in the context of cancer metastasis and neurodegenerative disorders.

How does PFN1 protein affect cell motility and migration? 05/03/2016

PFN1 regulates cell motility and migration by controlling the dynamics of actin filaments, essential components of the cell's cytoskeleton involved in cell movement.

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08/26/2021

    The manufacturer ensures that the protein is produced with utmost purity and integrity, minimizing the risk of experimental artifacts or compromised results.

    06/22/2021

      Their excellent technical support, commitment to scientific collaboration, and efficient supply chain management greatly contribute to the success and productivity of my research.

      11/09/2020

        One of the key advantages of using PFN1 protein in trials is its high quality.

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