Recombinant Human HCK Protein, His & T7 Tag Recombinant Proteins Recombinant Human HCK aa. (Gly2~Pro526 (Accession # P08631)) fused with N-terminal His & T7 tag was produced in E. coli cells
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Source: E. coli
Usage: Our recombinant proteins are For Research Use Only. This product is not intended or approved for human, diagnostics or veterinary use

Recombinant Human HCK Protein, His & T7 Tag

The product is for non-human research only. Not for therapeutic or veterinary use.

Catalog No: bt-217164

Formulation: Freeze-dried powder

Source: E. coli

Product Name Recombinant Human HCK Protein, His & T7 Tag
Endotoxin <1.0EU per 1ug (determined by the LAL method)
Formulation Freeze-dried powder
Host Species Homo sapiens (human)
Description Recombinant Human HCK aa. (Gly2~Pro526 (Accession # P08631)) fused with N-terminal His & T7 tag was produced in E. coli cells
Product Background The protein encoded by this gene is a member of the Src family of tyrosine kinases. This protein is primarily hemopoietic, particularly in cells of the myeloid and B-lymphoid lineages. It may help couple the Fc receptor to the activation of the respiratory burst. In addition, it may play a role in neutrophil migration and in the degranulation of neutrophils. Multiple isoforms with different subcellular distributions are produced due to both alternative splicing and the use of alternative translation initiation codons, including a non-AUG (CUG) codon.
Product Type Recombinant Protein
Purity Greater than 95%
Reconstitution Reconstitute in sterile PBS, pH7.2-pH7.4
Source E. coli
Storage Avoid repeated freeze/thaw cycles. Store at 2-8°C for one month. Aliquot and store at -80°C for 12 months.
Synonym HCK, HCK proto-oncogene, Src family tyrosine kinase, JTK9, p59Hck, p61Hck, tyrosine-protein kinase HCK, hematopoietic cell kinase, hemopoietic cell kinase, p59-HCK/p60-HC
Uniprot No P08631
Usage Our recombinant proteins are For Research Use Only. This product is not intended or approved for human, diagnostics or veterinary use
Last Modified Mar 08 2019