Recombinant human Activin A protein (Qk001)

£240.00£2,400.00

Recombinant mature domain of human activin A protein (residues 311-426, Uniprot: P08476) expressed in E.coli (animal-derived component free).  Protein supplied lyophilised with no carrier protein present.

Activin A is used in stem cell maintenance and differentiation.

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Description

Activin A is a TGFβ family protein.  This growth factor is used for maintenance of pluripotency in human induced-pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) and embryonic stem cell (ESC) lines.  Also used for stem cell differentiation into endoderm and other lineages.

Recombinant mature domain of human activin A (residues 311-426, Uniprot: P08476) expressed in E.coli (animal-derived component free).  Protein is supplied lyophilised with no carrier protein present.

Please visit our Activin A protein page for full bioactivity and batch specific testing data.

We are making higher purity, more consistent growth factor proteins to improve the success of stem cell culture.  All our proteins are produced in-house by our scientists and we provide comprehensive testing data for every batch.  Call or email us (support@qkine.com) if you have any questions.

 

 

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Unit size

1000 µg, 500 µg, 100 µg, 50 µg, 3000 µg, 0 µg

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  1. Stem cell researcher, University of Oxford, UK

    Admin Stem cell researcher, University of Oxford, UK

    We are using Qkine Activin A and it works nicely for human pluripotent stem cell differentiation to endoderm. University of Oxford, UK.

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