A Sodium Heparin from porcine intestinal mucosa with a molecular weight that ranges from 3,000 - 30,000 daltons. The strength, quality and purity meet pharmaceutical specifications. Porcine raw materials test negative for Prion agents due to an approved method of purification that removes TSE and viral agents. The activity of Sodium heparin averages 179 - 181u/mg. This Sodium heparin is bound to Fluorescein Isothiocyanate.
Used in studies on metabolic fate of exogenously administered heparin.
- Excitation max: 491nm
- Emission max: 516nm
- 1. Preparation of Biologically Active Fluorescent Heparin Composed of Fluorescein-Labeled Species and Its Behavior to Antithrombin III, Hideki UCHIYAMA and Kinzo NAGASAWA, J. Biochem., January 1981; 89: 185 - 192. 2. Preparation and properties of biologically active fluorescent heparins. Nagasawa K, Uchiyama H., Biochim Biophys Acta. 1978 Dec 1;544(2):430-40.
- Gloves & fume hood
- Store at 4 degrees celsius