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Thrombin from human plasma

lyophilized powder, ≥1,000 NIH units/mg protein (E1%/280, 18.3)

Synonym: Factor IIa

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Analysis Note

The NIH assay procedure uses 0.2 ml diluted plasma (1:1 with saline) as a substrate and 0.1ml of thrombin sample (stabilized in a 1% buffered albumin solution) based on a modification of the method of Biggs. Only clotting times in the range of 15-25 seconds are used for determining thrombin concentrations.

Biochem/physiol Actions

Serine protease that selectively cleaves Arg-Gly bonds in fibrinogen to form fibrin and fibrinopeptides A and B.

Other Notes

View more information on thrombin at www.sigma-aldrich.com/enzymeexplorer.

Unit Definition

Activity is expressed in NIH units obtained by direct comparison to a NIH Thrombin Reference Standard

Physical form

Lyophilized from saline sodium citrate buffer, pH 6.5

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Transportation information can be found in Section 14 of the product's (M)SDS. To access the shipping information for this material, use the link on the product detail page for the product, or search here. 
What is the cross reactivity of Thrombin?
Thrombin from any vertebrate species will clot the fibrinogen of virtually any other species.  Fibrinogen from any mammalian source will cross-react with thrombin from any mammalian source, but it is not well known how thrombin and fibrinogen from different animals differ in their sequence.  When any mammalian thrombin is injected into a different mammal, clotting will occur.
For thrombin, how do NIH units compare to International Units (IU)?
One NIH unit of thrombin is equivalent to approximately 1.8 International Unit (IU) of thrombin.
What is the solubility of Product T7009, Thrombin from human plasma?
Thrombin from human plasma gave a clear very faint yellow solution when dissolved at 100 unit vial plus 1 ml of 28 mM sodium barbital, 0.125M sodium chloride, 1% BSA, 0.5% PEG, pH 7.35.  Thrombin from bovine plasma (T4648) is soluble in water at 10 mg/mL.
What is the solution stability of Product T7009, Thrombin from human plasma?
By analogy to thrombin from bovine plasma (T4648), we expect stock solutions of thrombin from human plasma to be stable for one week kept refrigerated at 2-8° C. Since thrombin solutions adsorb to glass, it is recommended to aliquot the solutions in plastic tubes and store frozen at -20°C or colder for long term storage.
What is the isoelectric point of Product T7009, Thrombin from human plasma?
The isoelectric point (pI) range of the human thrombin isozymes is 6.35 - 7.6. The major isoform has a pI of 7.31.
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