MSP15

Sigma-Aldrich

Membrane Scaffold Protein 1D1 Delta-Helix 5

recombinant, expressed in E. coli, Delta Helix 5 deleted

NACRES:
NA.26

Nivel de calidad

200

recombinante

expressed in E. coli

ensayo

≥90% (SDS-GE)

formulario

buffered aqueous solution

enviado en

ambient

temp. de almacenamiento

−20°C

Descripción general

Nanodisc technology is an approach to render membrane proteins soluble in aqueous solutions in a native-like bilayer environment, where the membrane proteins remain stable and active. The Nanodisc concept is derived from high density lipoprotein (HDL) particles and their primary protein component, apolipoprotein. The Nanodisc is a non-covalent structure of phospholipid bilayer and membrane scaffold protein (MSP), a genetically engineered protein, which mimics the function of Apolipoprotein A-1 (ApoA-1).

The first MSP, MSP1, was engineered with its sequence based on the sequence of A-1, but without the globular N-terminal domain of native A-1. The Membrane Scaffold Protein 1D1 (MSP1D1) variant of MSP1 deletes the first 11 amino acids in the Helix 1 portion (referred to as “H0.5” in the accompanying figure) of the original MSP1 sequence. The MSP1D1ΔH5 variant of MSP1D1 omits the 22 amino acids of the Delta-Helix 5 sequence (H5).

Aplicación

For guidelines on the use of this and other MSP′s to prepare Nanodiscs, please visit our Protocols for Membrane Scaffold Proteins and Nanodisc Formation page.

Información legal

Nanodisc technology, and many of its uses, are covered by the following patents held by the University of Illinois.
  • 7,691,414 Membrane scaffold proteins
  • 7,662,410 Membrane scaffold proteins and embedded membrane proteins
  • 7,622,437 Tissue factor compositions and methods
  • 7,592,008 Membrane scaffold proteins
  • 7,575,763 Membrane scaffold proteins and tethered membrane proteins
  • 7,083,958 Membrane scaffold proteins
  • 7,048,949 Membrane scaffold proteins

RIDADR

NONH for all modes of transport

WGK Alemania

WGK 2

Punto de inflamabilidad F

Not applicable

Punto de inflamabilidad C

Not applicable

Protocolos
The following material related to Nanodisc Technology is adapted from on-line content of the research group of Professor Stephen Sligar of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, with the kind permission of Professor Sligar.
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