Arachis hypogaea lectin (PNA) (10 mg)
For Research Use Only
Arachis hypogaea lectin (PNA, Peanut Agglutinin) is isolated from peanuts by affinity chromatography. The lectin has 4 sub-units and a molecular weight of 110 kDa. PNA is a carbohydrate-free protein that displays specificity towards β-D-Gal(1-3)-D-galNAc. It has potent anti-T activity and can be used to distinguish between human lymphocyte subsets. PNA has been used in tumour tissue determination for transitional mucosa malignancies.
Arachis hypogaea lectin is supplied without preservatives as a lyophilized white to light-yellow powder from 10 mM NH4HCO3.For laboratory use only.
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Strong anti-T activity.
Sugar specificity: β-D-Gal-(1-3)-D-GalNAc.
Agglutinates rabbit erythrocytes at <0.1 micro;μg/ml after trypsin treatment of the cells.
|Appearance: White to light yellow lyophilized powder. |
Activity: Agglutinates rabbit erythrocytes at a concentration of <0.1 µg/ml after trypsin treatment. Agglutination is inhibited by 10 mM D-galactose.
Microorganisms: <100 CFU/g.
Identity: SDS-PAGE, one band at 25-27 kDa.
Shelf life: > Three years when stored at -20°C.
|Probe in histochemistry and immuno-histochemistry. |
Binds to a broad range of receptors in human tissues.
Human lymphocyte subset studies.
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