Mouse IgG Fc fragment | CSB-NP005801m

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  • Mouse IgG Fc fragment
  • (Tris-Glycine gel) Discontinuous SDS-PAGE (reduced) with 5% enrichment gel and 15% separation gel.
€344.00 - €2,050.00
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Mouse IgG Fc fragment | CSB-NP005801m | Cusabio

Product type: Native Protein

Research areas: Immunology

Target / Protein: Mouse IgG Fc fragment

Applications: ELISA,WB,SDS-PAGE

Biologically active: Not test

Nature: Native

Protein length: Full length protein

Species of origin: Mouse serum IgG digested with papain

Purity: >90%(SDS-PAGE)

Relevance: The fragment crystallizable region (Fc region) is the tail region of an antibody that interacts with cell surface receptors called Fc receptors and some proteins of the complement system. This property allows antibodies to activate the immune system. InIgG, IgA and IgD antibody isotypes, the Fc region is composed of two identical protein fragments, derived from the second and third constant domains of the antibody's two heavy chains; IgM and IgE Fc regions contain three heavy chain constant domains (CH domains 2–4) in each polypeptide chain. The Fc regions of IgGs bear a highly conserved N-glycosylation site. Glycosylation of the Fc fragment is essential for Fc receptor-mediated activity. The N-glycans attached to this site are predominantly core-fucosylated diantennary structures of the complex type. In addition, small amounts of these N-glycans also bear bisecting GlcNAc and α-2,6 linked sialic acid residues. The other part of an antibody, called the Fab region, contains variable sections that define the specific target that the antibody can bind. By contrast, the Fc region of all antibodies in a class are the same for each species; they are constant rather than variable. The Fc region is, therefore, sometimes incorrectly termed the "fragment constant region".

Storage Buffer: PBS, pH 7.4

Form: Liquid

Stability & Storage: Aliquot and store at -20℃ or -80℃. Avoid repeated freeze/thaw cycles.

Alias: fragment crystallizable region

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