Recombinant soluble Thrombomodulin is a 491 amino acid glycoprotein containing the extracellular domain of Thrombomodulin.
Measured by its ability to activate protein C induced cleavage of the chromogenic substrate, BOC-Asp-Pro Arg-AMC in the presence of thrombin. The specific activity is greater than 500 pmoles/min/μg.
Batch dependent (please contact us for details)
Store at -20ºC or below. After reconstitution, keep as concentrated solution. Avoid freeze-thaw cycles.
APAEPQPGGS QCVEHDCFAL YPGPATFLNA SQICDGLRGH LMTVRSSVAA DVISLLLNGD GGVGRRRLWI GLQLPPGCGD PKRLGPLRGF QWVTGDNNTS YSRWARLDLN GAPLCGPLCV AVSAAEATVP SEPIWEEQQC EVKADGFLCE FHFPATCRPL AVEPGAAAAA VSITYGTPFA ARGADFQALP VGSSAAVAPL GLQLMCTAPP GAVQGHWARE APGAWDCSVE NGGCEHACNA IPGAPRCQCP AGAALQADGR SCTASATQSC NDLCEHFCVP NPDQPGSYSC MCETGYRLAA DQHRCEDVDD CILEPSPCPQ RCVNTQGGFE CHCYPNYDLV DGECVEPVDP CFRANCEYQC QPLNQTSYLC VCAEGFAPIP HEPHRCQMFC NQTACPADCD PNTQASCECP EGYILDDGFI CTDIDECENG GFCSGVCHNL PGTFECICGP DSALARHIGT DCDSGKVDGG DSGSGEPPPS PTPGSTLTPP A
< 1 EU/μg
For laboratory use only. Not for any clinical, therapeutic, or diagnostic use in humans or animals. Not for animal or human consumption.
thrombomodulin , AHUS6 , BDCA3 , CD141 , THPH12 , THRM , TM
The protein encoded by this intronless gene is an endothelial-specific type I membrane receptor that binds thrombin. This binding results in the activation of protein C, which degrades clotting factors Va and VIIIa and reduces the amount of thrombin generated. Mutations in this gene are a cause of thromboembolic disease, also known as inherited thrombophilia. [provided by RefSeq, Jul 2008]