Human CellExp™ Syndecan-1 Protein

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Biomolecule/Target: Syndecan-1

Synonyms: SDC1, Syndecan-1, CD138, SYND1, SDC

Alternates names: SDC1, Syndecan-1, CD138, SYND1, SDC

Taglines: A useful marker for plasma cells which are derived from blood

Taglines: USA

Country of Animal Origin: USA

NCBI Gene ID #.: 6382

NCBI Gene Symbol: SDC1

Gene Source: Human

Accession #: P18827

Recombinant: Yes

Source: HEK293 cells

Purity by SDS-PAGE #: >92%


Purity: N/A

Assay #2: N/A

Endotoxin Level: <1 EU/μg by LAL method

Activity (Specifications/test method): N/A

Biological activity: N/A

Results: N/A

Binding Capacity: N/A

Unit Definition: N/A

Molecular Weight: 24.7 kDa

Concentration: N/A

Appearance: Dry powder

Physical form description: Lyophilized powder

Reconstitution Instructions: Reconstitute in sterile deionized water to a stock solution of 200 µg/mL. Solubilize for 30 to 60 minutes at room temperature with occasional gentle mixing. Carrier protein (0.1% (W/V) HSA or BSA) is recommended for further dilution and long term storage.

Background Information: Syndecan-1 (SYND1 or SDC1) is also known as CD antigen CD138, is a transmembrane (type I) heparan sulfate proteoglycan and is a member of the syndecan proteoglycan family. The syndecans mediate cell binding, cell signaling, and cytoskeletal organization and syndecan receptors are required for internalization of the HIV-1 tat protein. The syndecan-1 / SDC1 protein functions as an integral membrane protein and participates in cell proliferation, cell migration and cell-matrix interactions via its receptor for extracellular matrix proteins. It is a useful marker for plasma cells, but only if the cells tested are already known to be derived from blood.

Amino acid sequence: Gln 23 - Gly 254

Handling: Centrifuge the vial prior to opening.

Usage: For Research Use Only! Not to be used in humans

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