Native Human Ferritin liver

Molecule:

Ferritin

Synonyms:

apoferritin, ferritin H subunit, ferritin heavy chain, FHC, FTH, PLIF, FTHL6, PIG15, FTH1, ferritin L subunit, ferritin L-chain, ferritin light chain, FTL, NBIA3

Species:

Human

Cat. No.:

CSI14791B pdf (datasheet)

Quantity/Size:

10 mg

Price:

$1,200.00 BUY

Description:

Ferritin is a globular protein complex consisting of 24 subunits that is present in every cell type and is the primary intracellular iron-storage protein. Ferritin is responsible for keeping iron in a soluble and non-toxic form. In vertebrates, these subunits are both the light (L) and the heavy (H) type with an apparent molecular weight of 19 kDa or 21 kDa respectively. Human Ferritin is a globular protein found mainly in the liver, which can store about 4500 iron ions in a hollow shell made of 24 identical subunits. Inside the human ferritin shell, iron ions form crystallites together with phosphate and hydroxide ions.

Concentration:

> 1.0 mg/ml by Lowry

Uniprot Name:

Ferritin heavy chain, Ferritin light chain

Uniprot ID:

P02794, P02792

Data PDF:

CSI14791

Source:

Human liver

Molecular Weight:

440 kDa

Formulation:

Liquid in Tris-buffered saline, pH 7.5, with methylisothiazolone and bromonitrodioxane as preservatives

Purity:

≥ 95% (SDS-PAGE)

Storage/Stability:

Store at 2-8°C for up to 1 year. DO NOT FREEZE