Protein A - HRP
Protein A is a 42 kDa protein originally found in S. aureus, constituted by five homologous domains which bind the Fc region of many mammalian IgGs. Due to its high affinity to immunoglobulins, protein A is largely used in biochemical research.
Their interaction can be detected by Horseradish Peroxidase (HRP). HRP is a metalloenzyme that causes oxidation in the presence of the appropriate substrate (e.g., TMB, DAB, ABTS). The colour switch due to such chemical reaction can be easily measured by spectrophotometric methods.
All of our conjugates are produced using our Lightning-Link® bioconjugation technology, therefore providing high quality, stable conjugates for use in your application.
For added flexibility we provide the conjugates in two different pack sizes of 1mg and 100ug. Furthermore the conjugates are freeze-dried so shipping at ambient temperature is not a problem.
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|Specificity||Most mammalian IgGs|
|Host species||E.coli and Horseradish|
|Product size||100ug and 1mg total protein|