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C7150 Sigma

Cytochrome c from equine heart

suitable for GFC marker, BioReagent

Synonym: Cytochrome c from horse heart

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Related Categories Cell Biology, Cytochrome c Control Proteins, Cytochromes, Electron Transport and Cellular Respiration, Gel Filtration Chromatography,
product line   BioReagent
mol wt   mol wt ~12,400
packaging   vial of ≥10 mg
suitability   suitable for GFC marker
storage temp.   −20°C

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Biochem/physiol Actions

Cytochrome c is primarily known as an electron-carrying mitochondrial protein. The transition of cytochrome c between the ferrous and ferric states within the cell makes it an efficient biological electron-transporter and it plays a vital role in cellular oxidations in both plants and animals. It is generally regarded as a universal catalyst of respiration, forming an essential electron-bridge between the respirable substrates and oxygen

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View more information on cytochrome c and electron transport at www.sigma-aldrich.com/enzymeexplorer.

Packaging

1 vial in glass bottle

Application

Cytochrome c is primarily known as an electron-carrying mitochondrial protein and is generally regarded as a universal catalyst of respiration. Cytochrome c can be used as a gel filtration molecular weight marker in gel filtration chromatography and protein chromatography and can be used to study cytochrome c control proteins, electron transport and cellular respiration.

The specific sites and extent of oxidation in horse cytochrome c treated with H2O2 and UV were characterized. It was suggested that the state of these sites could be used as a biomarker for the oxidative environment in a cell.

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Safety Information

RIDADR 
NONH for all modes of transport
WGK Germany 
3
RTECS 
HA5365000

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I see that you list several horse heart cytochrome c products. What are the differences, and which one should I choose?
Product No. C2506 is prepared with trichloroacetic acid (TCA), whereas C7752 is prepared with the milder acetic acid. The TCA method may reduce the amount of superoxide dismutase (SOD) present, but tends to cause dimerization or acid-modified structures of cytochrome c. In contrast, acetic acid preparations may have slightly higher amounts of SOD, but a lower proportion of dimeric cytochrome c. So C2506 would be recommended for enzyme activity studies that require low SOD, whereas C7752 is recommended for structural studies or binding studies, or for enzyme activity studies where possible SOD contamination is not a problem. Product No. C2867 is prepared from C2506; it is a BioUtra grade product, greater than or equal to 99% pure as determined by SDS-PAGE. It is recommended when an ultra-high purity is required.  Product No. C3256 is also prepared from C7752; it is isolated by ion-exchange chromatography. This fraction shows a high rate of ascorbic acid oxidation, but low activity in a cytochrome oxidase system.  Product No. C7150 is also prepared from C7752; it is suitable for use as a gel filtration molecular weight marker.
How do I determine how much Product C7150, Cytochrome c, is in the oxidized form, and how much is reduced?
This is determined by a spectral assay. The detailed assay procedure (operating procedure #11252) may be requested from Sigma St. Louis Technical Service (techserv@sial.com).
Is Product C7150, Cytochrome c, predominantly in the oxidized form or the reduced form?
This product is not assayed for the percentage oxidized or reduced. However, based on the method of preparation, we would expect it to be predominantly in the oxidized form.
How should I store solutions of Product C7150, Cytochrome c?
Our general recommendations are as follows:  Store at –20 °C (freezer) for up to six months. Store at 2-8 °C (refrigerator) for up to two weeks. Store at 20-25 °C (room temperature) for up to three days. According to J. Biol. Chem, 237, 2161-2174 (1962), cytochrome c is stable to boiling, and over an unusually wide range of pH values. However, it denatures readily at extreme pH (low or high), and in high concentrations of organic solvents, such as ethanol or acetone.
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