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Bovine Serum Albumin (BSA)

Bovine Serum Albumin is a globular protein (~66,000 Da) that is used in a wide range of applications from diagnostic to cell culture and medical device applications due to its stability and lack of interference within biological reactions. BSA is also commonly used to determine the quantity of other proteins, by comparing an unknown quantity of protein to known amounts of BSA in, for instance, the Bradford Protein Assay.

Bovine Serum Albumin (BSA) products:

BSA Blood Grouping Grade

BSA Blood Grouping Grade

Polymerised Type I BSA has been specifically developed for use in blood grouping applications.

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BSA Cell Culture Grade

BSA Cell Culture Grade

Includes Cohn Analogue, Low Endotoxin and Low IgG. These BSA products are all suited to the culture of mammalian, microbial and insect cell types.

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BSA Molecular Biology Grade

BSA Molecular Biology Grade

Protease-Free BSA is especially suited for enzyme and protein based assays.

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BSA Reagent Grade

BSA Reagent Grade

Reagent Grade and Fatty Acid-Free BSA is suited to applications were the presence of lipids and fatty acids may cause problems, such as in hormone and cholesterol assays.

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BSA Stabiliser Grade

BSA Stabiliser Grade

Includes Polymersised Type II, III and IV BSA. These BSA products are suited to stabiliser and coating applications.

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BSA Standard Grade

BSA Standard Grade

The ideal choice for most diagnostic and research applications, as well as selected Cell Culture applications. Available as both pH 7.0 and 5.2 options.

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