Human Progesterone Receptor (PGR) Protein

Catalogue No: abx168691
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(Size: 10 µg)
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Human PGR Protein is a recombinant Human protein produced in E. coli using Prokaryotic expression.

Target Progesterone Receptor (PGR)
Origin Human
Expression Recombinant
Tested Applications WB, SDS-PAGE
Host E. coli
Conjugation Unconjugated
Form Lyophilized
Purity > 90%
Reconstitution Reconstitute in ddH2O to a concentration of 0.1 mg/ml. Do not vortex.
Storage Store at 2-8 °C for up to one month. Store at -80 °C for up to one year. Avoid repeated freeze/thaw cycles.
UniProt Primary AC P06401 (UniProt, ExPASy)
UniProt Secondary AC A7LQ08, A7X8B0, B4E3T0, Q8TDS3, Q9UPF7
UniProt Entry Name PRGR_HUMAN
KEGG hsa:5241
String 9606.ENSP00000325120
Molecular Weight Calculated MW: 20.4 kDa
Observed MW: 24 kDa

Possible reasons why the actual band size differs from the predicted band size:
1. Splice variants. Alternative splicing may create different sized proteins from the same gene.
2. Relative charge. The composition of amino acids may affect the charge of the protein.
3. Post-translational modification. Phosphorylation, glycoslyation, methylation etc. may affect the band size.
4. Post-translational cleavage. Many proteins are synthesised as pro-proteins, and then cleaved to give the active form.
5. Polymerisation of the target protein. Dimerisation, multimerisation etc. will increase the band size observed.
Sequence Fragment Met1-Leu164
Sequence MTELKAKGPR APHVAGGPPS PEVGSPLLCR PAAGPFPGSQ TSDTLPEVSA IPISLDGLLF PRPCQGQDPS DEKTQDQQSL SDVEGAYSRA EATRGAGGSS SSPPEKDSGL LDSVLDTLLA PSGPGQSQPS PPACEVTSSW CLFGPELPED PPAAPATQRV LSPL
Tag N-terminal His tag
Buffer Prior to lyophilization: PBS, pH 7.4, containing 0.01% Sarcosyl, 5% Trehalose.
Activity Not tested
Concentration Prior to lyophilization: 50 µg/ml
Availability Shipped within 5-7 working days.
Note This product is for research use only.

Not for human consumption, cosmetic, therapeutic or diagnostic use.
Research Articles on Progesterone Receptor (PGR)

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