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14-465-M Sigma-Aldrich

IGF-IR (δ1-958) Protein, active, 20 µg

Active, N-terminal His6-tagged, recombinant human IGF-IR residues 959-end, for use in Kinase Assays.

  •  eCl@ss 32160405

  •  NACRES NA.41

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Properties

Quality Level   100
biological source   human
mol wt   Mw 48 kDa
mfr. no.   Upstate®
application(s)   activity assay: suitable (kinase)
NCBI accession no.   NM_000875.3
UniProt accession no.   P08069
Gene Information   human ... IGF1R(3480)

Description

General description

N-terminal His6-tagged, recombinant human IGF-IR residues 959-end

Product Source: expressed by baculovirus in Sf21 insect cells

Biochem/physiol Actions

Protein Target: IGF-1R

Target Sub-Family: TK

Packaging

Also available in 250μg size, please inquire for pricing and availability.

Quality

routinely evaluated by phosphorylation of IGF-IRtide

Physical form

Ni2+/NTA-agarose

Storage and Stability

6 months at -70°C

Other Notes

For Specific Activity data, refer to the Certificate of Analysis for individual lots of this enzyme.

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UPSTATE is a registered trademark of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany

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