Monkey Tumor necrosis factor

Recombinant (active) mouse TNF alpha protein

Biological activity

Fully active compared to a standard. The ED50 determined by the dose-dependent killing/apoptosis of L-929 cells is 1.12 ng / ml corresponding to a specific activity of 8.93 x 105 IU / mg.

Purity: = 95% SDS-PAGE.

Purity by HPLC> = 95%.

Endotoxin Level: <0.005 Eu / µg

Expression system: HEK 293 cells

Accession: P06804

Protein length: Full-length protein

Animal-free: Yes

Free carrier: Yes

Nature: Recombinant

Species: Mouse

Predicted molecular weight: 20 kDa

Amino acids: 57 to 235

Additional information about the sequence: N-terminal glycine

Preparation and storage

Stability and storage

  • Sent at room temperature. Store at room temperature.
  • The information is available upon request.
  • This product is an active protein and can elicit a biological response in vivo, handle with caution.


Reconstitute with phosphate-buffered saline. Store the lyophilized form at room temperature. Reconstitute, aliquot, and store at -80 ° C for 12 months or + 4 ° C for 1 week. Avoid repeated freeze-thaw.

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