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Recombinant Rhesus TNFRSF17 protein, Fc-tagged, APC labeled

Cat.No. : TNFRSF17-8829CA
Product Overview : Recombinant Rhesus TNFRSF17 protein, Fc-tagged was Conjugated with NH2-Reactive APC(Allophycocyanin).
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Description : NH2-Reactive Allophycocyanin is used for antibody conjugation for immunostaining and cellular proteins for tracing. NH2-Reactive Allophycocyanin has succinimidyl ester groups, and can easily make a covalent bond with amino groups of protein without any activation process.
Source : HEK293
Species : Rhesus
Tag : Fc
Form : Liquid in sterile PBS buffer pH 7.4 (may contains tiny amount of reaction buffer and Allophycocyanin).
Endotoxin : <1EU/ug by LAL method.
Stability : Sample is stable for at least 12 months when stored at -20 to -80°C from date of manufacture. For longer storage, add equal volume of glycerol to the sample solution and store at -20 to -80°C.
Storage : Store under sterile conditions at -20 to -80°C immediately after receipt. It is recommended that the protein be aliquoted for optimal storage. Avoid freeze-thaw cycles.
Related Product : TNFRSF17-8829C
Official Symbol : TNFRSF17
Synonyms : TNFRSF17; tumor necrosis factor receptor superfamily, member 17; tumor necrosis factor receptor superfamily member 17;
Official Symbol : TNFRSF17
Synonyms : TNFRSF17; tumor necrosis factor receptor superfamily, member 17; tumor necrosis factor receptor superfamily member 17;

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