Human CRYM Protein


Catalog Number: B2012041 (100 µg)
Human CRYM Protein is a high quality recombinant human CRYM protein His tagged and expressed in E.coli. This product has been used as molecular tool for various biochemical applications. It has also been used in a wide array of other chemical and immunological applications. Custom bulk amounts of this product are available upon request.

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Human CRYM Protein
Catalog number: B2012041
Lot number: Batch Dependent
Expiration Date: Batch dependent
Amount: 100 µg
Molecular Weight or Concentration: 1 mg/mL
Supplied as: Solution
Applications: molecular tool for various biochemical applications
Storage: -20 °C
Keywords: Mu crystallin homolog protein, NADP regulated thyroid hormone binding protein protein, DFNA40 protein, Crystallin mu CRYM protein, OTTHUMP00000115878., DFNA 40 protein, THBP protein
Grade: Biotechnology grade. All products are highly pure. All solutions are made with Type I ultrapure water (resistivity >18 MΩ-cm) and are filtered through 0.22 um.

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7: Abe S, Katagiri T, Saito-Hisaminato A, Usami S, Inoue Y, Tsunoda T, Nakamura Y. Identification of CRYM as a candidate responsible for nonsyndromic deafness, through cDNA microarray analysis of human cochlear and vestibular tissues Am J Hum Genet. 2003 Jan;72(1):73-82.
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Weight 48 oz
Dimensions 8 × 8 × 8 in

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