Recombinant Anti-S-layer protein Single Domain Antibody (NAB-L113)
|Recombinant Anti-Human S-layer protein Single Domain Antibody
- Product Overview
- Single Domain Antibody to human S-layer protein.
- llama Single Domain Antibody
- The details of the immunogen for this antibody are not available.
- Specific Activity
- Tested positive against native human antigen.
- Store at -20°C. Avoid multiple freeze/thaw cycles.
- An S-layer (surface layer) is a part of the cell envelope commonly found in bacteria, as well as among archaea. It consists of a monomolecular layer composed of identical proteins or glycoproteins. This structure is built via self-assembly and encloses th
- Antigen Description
- An S-layer (surface layer) is a part of the cell envelope commonly found in bacteria, as well as among archaea. It consists of a monomolecular layer composed of identical proteins or glycoproteins. This structure is built via self-assembly and encloses the whole cell surface. Thus, the S-layer protein can represent up to 10–15% of the whole protein content of a cell. S-layer proteins are poorly conserved or not conserved at all, and can differ markedly even between related species. Depending on species, the S-layers have a thickness between 5 and 25 nm and possess identical pores with 2–8 nm in diameter. S-layers exhibit either an oblique (p1, p2), square (p4) or hexagonal (p3, p6) lattice symmetry. Depending on the lattice symmetry, the S-layer is composed of one (P1), two (P2), three (P3), four (P4), or six (P6) identical protein subunits, respectively. The center-to-center spacings (or unit cell dimensions) between these subunits range between 2.5 and 35 nm.
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