heat shock fractionation
blood typing: suitable
ligand binding assay: suitable
essentially globulin free
water: soluble (40 mg/ml)
protease ≤0.005 U/mg
bovine ... ALB(280717)
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Albumin has a molecular weight of 66,430 g/mol as a single polypeptide chain.
All albumins are fraction V. Based on the fractionation of serum, fraction I is fibrinogen, fraction II is gamma-globulins, fraction III is beta-globulins, fraction IV is alpha-globulins, and fraction V is albumin.
Albumin has 4 hydrophobic binding domains but the normal load is 1 to 2 molecules per molecule of albumin. The normal level of fatty acids for albumin is 0.05 % +/- 0.03 %. Fatty acid free albumin will have less than 0.005 % fatty acids.
Bovine albumin will have 59 lysine residues but not all of them are accessible for conjugation.
The normal half-life of circulating albumin is 19 days.
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