They are extracted from non-activated citrated bovine plasma, which is only used for these preparations. Proteins are purified with non-denaturing methods, which keep the structure and the biological activity of the native molecule. Usually, they are lyophilized in presence of glycine, hepes and sodium chloride. Some preparations are lyophilized with different excipients, which do not contain amino groups. This allows using directly the reconstituted product for covalent coupling. Each protein is packaged with its specification sheet and an analysis certificate which indicates the protein content (Lowry method and absorbance at 280 nm) and the specific activity.
Viral safety: The plasma used for protein purification is tested with registered methods and found negative for bovine infectious diseases, notably for the bovine spongiform encephalopathy. However, no assay may warrant the total absence of infectious agents. Any product of bovine origin must then be handled with all the required cautions, as being potentially infectious.
|ABP104C||Bovine Anti-Thrombin (AT) (1 x 10 mg)||$652.00|
|ABP102A||Purified Bovine Factor X (1 x 100 µg)||$311.00|
|ABP102K||Purified Bovine Factor X (6x100 µg)||$1,864.00|
|ABP101B||Purified Bovine Fibrinogen (1 x 1 g)||$529.00|
|ABP101O||Purified Bovine Fibrinogen (1 x 10 mg)||$40.00|
|ABP101A||Purified Bovine Fibrinogen (1 x 100 mg)||$137.00|
|ABP101K||Purified Bovine Fibrinogen (6 x 10 mg)||$162.00|
|ABP105C||Bovine Plasminogen (1 x 5 mg)||$933.00|
|ABP103A||Purified Prothrombin (1 x 1 mg)||$157.00|
|ABP103K||Bovine Prothrombin (6 x 1 mg)||$652.00|