PODS™ Mouse Ephrin-B2 crystals provide a depot of proteins which are steadily secreted. It has been estimated that the biological activity of 50 million PODS™ crystals generates the same peak dose as 3.3 µg of standard recombinant protein. However, at 5 days following the start of seeding the PODS™ crystals, there are more than 50% of these peak levels still present in the culture system. Ultimately, the amount of PODS™ crystals that is optimal for a particular experiment should be determined empirically, using 50 million PODS™ crystals equivalence to 3.3 µg of standard growth factor is a good starting point. To control for cross-reactivity with cells or as a negative control, we recommend using PODS™ growth factors alongside PODS™ Empty crystals, as the latter do not contain or release cargo protein.
- Applications:cell culture growth factors
- Applications:PODS™ protein crystals may be reconstituted at 200 million PODS™/ml in water. 20% glucose has a buoyant density closer to PODS™ protein crystals and can be useful for aliquoting. PODS™ protein crystals are highly stable when stored in aqueous solution (pH
Peptides & proteins
EphrinB2, EphB2, ephrin, Htk‑L, ELF‑2, LERK‑5, NLERK‑1
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Upon receipt, store at 4°C. PO
SOURCE: Spodoptera frugiperda (Sf9) cell culture; LENGTH: 245 aa; STRUCTURE: Monomer; FORMAT: lyophilized; ENDOTOXIN LEVEL: <0.06 EU/ml as measured by gel clot LAL assay; BACKGROUND: Ephrin-B2 is a member of Ephrin-B family. Mouse Ephrin-B2 shares 97% identity with human Ephrin-B2. Ephrin-B proteins are involved in cell migration, tissue morphogenesis and cancer progression.