Protein A Agarose is prepared by covalently coupling purified Protein A to 4% crosslinked agarose beads by a cyanogen bromide method. Protein A Agarose can bind >18 mg of human IgG per mL of gel, a value comparable to that reported by Hjelm et. al (1).
Protein A Agarose binds specifically to the Fc region of IgG molecules. As a result of this property, Protein A Agarose has been used to accomplish the following:
- Purification of IgG (1,2)
- Fractionation of IgG fragments (2)
- Fractionation of cells (3)
- Isolation of antigen-antibody complex (4)
Protein A Agarose is supplied as a suspension in buffer containing 0.02 M sodium phosphate, (pH 7.2), 0.15 M sodium chloride, 0.02% (w/v) merthiolate.
For research use only. Not intended for any animal or human therapeutic or diagnostic use.
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- Hjelm, H., Hjelm, K., and Sjoquist, J. (1972) FEBS Lett. 28, 73.
- Goding, J.W. (1978) J. Immunol. Meth. 20, 241.
- Ghetie, V., Mota, G., and Sjoquist, J. (1978) J. Immunol. Meth. 21, 133.
- Bauer, K., Bayer, P.M., Deutsch, E., and Gabl, F. (1980) Clin. Chem. 26, 297.