Ferritin - Liver
Ferritin is a glycoprotein of approximately 440-450 kDa and pI of 5.5, which stores iron atoms in the ferric state. It is predominantly intracellular, where it forms an exchangeable pool of iron acting as an iron store. Ferritin level in serum is directly proportional to body iron stores and serum levels are an excellent indicator in monitoring iron status in anaemia.
|Applications||Biosensors, Clinical Chemistry, Control Manufacture, ELISA, Lateral Flow, Life Science|
|Disease Area||Nutrition Markers|
|Health and Safety||
Derived from human liver tissue and formulated in a buffer containing sodium azide. refer to SDS for further information.
|Keywords||ferritin, human, liver|
|Molecular Weight||474000 Da|
|Presentation Matrix||TRIS Buffer|
|Product Category||Native Antigens|