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Staphylococcal Proteins

Staphylococcal Proteins

Staphylococcus aureus is a leading cause of hospital and community acquired infections. The S. aureus reagent line covers a range of virulence factors such as toxins, pore-forming toxins, superantigens, hemolysins, etc. Specific targets covered include:

  • Enterotoxins (SEK, SEQ)
  • Hemolysins (Hla, Hld, Hlg)
  • Leukocidins (LukD, LukE, LukF)
  • Lipoteichoic Acid (LTA)
  • Panton-Valentine Leukocidins (PVL)
  • Phenol Soluble Modulin (PSM-alpha3)
  • Toxic shock syndrome toxin 1 (TSST-1)

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Applications: Hla is produced by S. aureus and is a major cytotoxic agent. It is expressed as a monomer that binds to the membrane of susceptible cells. Subunits then oligomerize to form heptameric rings with a central pore through which cellular contents leak. The mod
Applications: δ-Toxin is produced by S. aureus and is translated from the RNAIII transcript, a key player of the staphylococcal quorum sensing system (agr). δ-Toxin is a major virulence factor of S. aureus and primarily causes cytolysis in red and white blood cells.
Applications: This protein may be used in functional toxicity assays in combination with rHlg B, or as a control protein in ELISA assays or Western blotting when detecting toxins produced by different strains of S. aureus.
Applications: This protein may be used in functional toxicity assays in combination with Hlg C, or as a control protein in ELISA assays or Western blotting.
Applications: This protein may be used in functional toxicity assays in combination with Hlg B, or as a control protein in ELISA assays or Western blotting.
Applications: This protein may be used in functional toxicity assays in combination with rLukE, or as a control protein in ELISA assays or Western blotting when detecting toxins produced by different strains of S. aureus.
Applications: This protein may be used in functional toxicity assays in combination with rLukD, or as a control protein in ELISA assays or Western blotting when detecting toxins produced by different strains of S. aureus.