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(for in vitro research use only)

RDI Divison of Fitzgerald Industries Intl  offers a wide line of  antigens for use in histochemistry, ELISA, and further manufacturing use. Please inquire for other antigens or antibodies to use with these products. Please inquire for Bulk quantities-significant discounts available!

Human Prothrombin

cat# RDI-PROTHROM-AG    $375.00/100units

       RDI-PROTHROM-AGX   $1750.00/1000 Units

Presentation: 20mM Tris-HCL/0.1M NaCl pH7.4

Batch: HP2530

Concentration: 11.62mg/ml

Aliquot: 7.745ml (1000 units) 90mg

               0.774ml (100 units) 9mg

Purity: >95% via SDS Page and shows no reduction upon incubation with 2-mercaptoethanol.

Use: Thaw protein in 37 DEG C water bath and allow to equilabrate to 37 DEG C. This will ensure that all the protein goes into solution.

Storage: -80 DEG C Avoid frequent freeze thaws. Recommend making working aliuots and store -80 DEG C.

Note: This material was purified from human plasma that was tested and found negative for all communicable diseases, including HIV-1, HIV-2, Hepatitis B Surface antigen and HCV. Donors are screened for CJD (Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease)

For In Vitro Research USe Only

Because no test method can offer complete assurance that human T-lympotropic virus type III/lymphadenopathy associated virus (HTLV-III/LAV), Hepatitis B virus, or other infectious agents are absent, this specimen/reagent should be handled at the Biosafety Level 2 as recommended for any potentially infectious human serum or blood specimen in the Center for Disease Control/National Institutes of Health manual "Biosafety in Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories", 1984. Biosafety Level 2 practices, equipment, and facilities are applicable to clinical, diagnostic, teaching, and other facilities in which work is done with the broad spectrum of indigenous moderate-risk agents present in the community and associated with human disease of varying severity. With good microbiological techniques, those agents can be used safely in activities conducted on the open bench, provided the potential for producing aerosols is low. Hepatitis B virus, the Salmonellae, and Toxoplasma spp. are representative of microorganisms assigned to this containment level. Primary hazards to personnel working with these agents may include accidental autoinoculation, ingestion, and skin or mucus membrane exposure to infectious materials. Procedures with high aerosol potential that may increase the risk of exposure of personnel must be conducted in primary containment equipment of devices.

see also Human Prothrombin-gla domainless

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