HepG2 Cell Lysate
1x HepG2 Cell Lysate found in aviva
- DescriptionOur lysate from HepG2 Cell is a high quality product which can readily be used in various applications such as Western Blot (WB) ELISA, EIA, IFA, etc. The HepG2 Cell Lysate will be an excellent control for these applications.
- StorageFor shorter time periods the HepG2 Cell Lysate may be kept refrigerated at +4 degrees Celsius. For extended periods of time keep frozen at -20 °C. Avoid freezing and thawing the lysate repeatedly as these cycles will cause denaturation and/or disruption of the protein chains and peptide bonds which might cause change or loss of the desired properties.
- TipsSmall amounts of the HepG2 Lysate may get entrapped on the walls or lid of the vial as a result of shaking during transportation or handling. Prior to use, cetrifuge the vial to ensure that all of its content is collected on the bottom. In order to avoid cycles of freezing and thawing we recommend to plan and prepare aliquots according to the experiment demand and defrost only the amount which wil be needed for immediate use.
- Gene target
- Short nameHepG2 Lysate
- Alternative nameHepG2 cellular Lysate
AHL001 | HepG2 Cell Lysatesize: one vial | 143.91 USD
- Catalog numberAHL001
- Price143.91 USD
- Sizeone vial
- Additional descriptionFor cells, cell lines and tissues in culture till half confluency.
- PubMedGlut-1 is induced by TCR engagement, resulting in massive increases in glucose uptake and binding of HTLV-1 and -2 envelopes to both CD4 and CD8 T lymphocytesGLUT-1 XbaI gene polymorphism is associated with vascular calcifications in nondiabetic uremic patients.The overexpression of Glut1 plays an important role in carcinogenesis and progression of breast carcinoma, and closely correlates with cell proliferation.findings suggest GLUT1 deficiency underlies a significant proportion of early-onset absence epilepsyHigh expression of GLUT-1 and LDH5, a tetramer of 4 lactate dehydrogenase A subunits, was confirmed by tissue microarray analysis of 249 renal cell carcinoma specimensPatients with high expression of CD147 alone, GLUT-1 alone or co-expression of CD147 and GLUT-1 showed greater resistance to radiotherapy for squamous cell carcinoma of the uterine cervix.
- Gene ontology - Biological process
- Gene ontology - Cellular component
- Gene ontology - Molecular function
- Entrez Gene
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