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Lectin from Arachis hypogaea (peanut)

biotin conjugate, lyophilized powder

Synonym: PNA, Peanut agglutinin

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Properties

Related Categories Arachis hypogaea (Peanut), Glycan Recognizing Proteins, Glycobiology, Lectins, Molecular Biology,
form   lyophilized powder
composition   Protein, ≥80% Lowry
extent of labeling   ~3 mol biotin per mol protein
conjugate   biotin conjugate
storage temp.   2-8°C

Description

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Biochem/physiol Actions

PNA does not agglutinate normal human erythrocytes, but strongly agglutinates neuraminidase treated erythrocytes. PNA has potent anti-T activity similar to the anti-T antibody in human sera. The lectin can be used to distinguish between human lymphocyte subsets.

Packaging

1, 5 mg in serum bottle

Package size based on protein content.

Physical form

Contains sodium citrate

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Safety Information

RIDADR 
NONH for all modes of transport
WGK Germany 
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Frequently Asked Questions

How does the storage temperature relate to shipping conditions?
The storage conditions that a Sigma-Aldrich catalog and label recommend for products are deliberately conservative. For many products, long-term storage at low temperatures will increase the time during which they are expected to remain in specification and therefore are labeled accordingly. Where short-term storage, shipping time frame, or exposure to conditions other than those recommended for long-term storage will not affect product quality, Sigma-Aldrich will ship at ambient temperature. The products sensitive to short-term exposure to conditions other than their recommended long-term storage are shipped on wet or dry ice. Ambient temperature shipping helps to control shipping costs for our customers. At any time, our customers can request wet- or dry-ice shipment, but the special handling is at customer expense if our product history indicates that the product is stable for regular shipment. http://www.sigmaaldrich.com/etc/medialib/docs/Sigma-Aldrich/General_Information/shippingandlong-termstoragev3.Par.0001.File.tmp/shippingandlong-termstoragev3.pdf
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What is the Department of Transportation shipping information for this product?
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My question is not addressed here, how can I contact Technical Service for assistance?
Use the option to the right to "Ask a Question" by email of a Technical Service Scientist.
Is the peanut lectin (Lectin from Arachis hypogaea) a glycoprotein?  If so, what is the carbohydrate content?
Peanut lectin is not a glycoprotein. Although peanut lectin binds specifically to a particular carbohydrate (beta-gal(1-->3)galNac) in other molecules, the lectin itself does not contain any carbohydrate.  Please see page 231 of the following paper: R. Banerjee, et al., "Crystal structure of peanut lectin, a protein with an unusual quaternary structure."  Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., USA, 91, 227-231 (1994).
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