Vicia ervilia lectin (VEA) (10 mg)
For Research Use Only
Vicia ervilia lectin is isolated from bitter vetch seeds and has a molecular weight of 53 kDa. This lectin is blood group non-specific with sugar specificity for α-mannose and, to a lesser extent, α-glucose residues. Agglutination is inhibited by mannose, glucose, fructose, methyl mannoside, maltose, melezitose and, α, α'-trehalose.
Vicia ervilia lectin is supplied without preservatives as a yellow lyophilized powder.For laboratory use only.
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Sugar specificity: α-Mannose > α-Glucose.
Non-specific blood group agglutination.
|Appearance: Yellow lyophilized powder or flocculate.|
Source: Bitter vetch seeds.
Molecular weight: 53 kDa.
Sugar specificity: α-Man > α-Glu.
Activity: Non-specific after neuraminidase treatment of the blood cells.
Microorganisms: <100 CFU/g.
Protein content: >90%, OD280nm (ε 1.6 = 1mg/ml).
Shelf life: >Three years when stored at -20°C.
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