MP Biomedicals™ Avidin from Egg White
Avidin from Egg White, 10-15 u/mg solid, White Crystalline Powder
Supplier: MP Biomedicals™ 0215004710
- Avidin is useful in a biotin-avidin system for labeling biomolecules for receptor studies, immunoassays and immunohistological methods.
- Avidin egg white was used in an assay using functionalized xenon as a biosensor to detect biotin-avidin binding.
- Egg white was used at 80 nmol.
- Egg white avidin has been used as a cross-linker for biotin-conjugated antibodies.
- The product has also been used as a blocking agent in ELISA applications.
- Avidin is a basic glycoprotein isolated from raw egg white.
- It exhibits high binding affinity for biotin and is capable of producing biotin deficiency in rats and chicks.
- It also occurs in the white portion of eggs and the oviducts of birds and amphibia.
- It is destroyed by cooking or irradiation.
- One unit will bind 1 ug of D-biotin at pH 8.9.
|Labeling biomolecules for receptor studies, immunoassays and immunohistological methods|
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