Lentil Lectin Sepharose 4B

Lentil Lectin Sepharose 4B
 5.0/5.0 (1 review)

GE Healthcare

Lentil Lectin Sepharose media is used for purification of a number of glycoproteins and other carbohydrate containing molecules. The lentil lectin ligand has more equal affinity for α-D-mannose and α...read more

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Anwar Ullah


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Discipline:
Biochemistry
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Academia / University
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RATING: 5.0

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Review date: 29 May 2014

Application Area: Protein Purification
Lentil Lectin Sepharose 4B

"Lentil Lectin Sepharose 4B is an affinity resin produced by GE HealthCare Life Sciences. This resin is used for purification of a number of glycoproteins. The resin has high affinity for glycoproteins and can binds 16 milligrams of protein per ml of resins. I recommend this resin for purification of glycoproteins."

Description

 

Lentil Lectin Sepharose media is used for purification of a number of glycoproteins and other carbohydrate containing molecules. The lentil lectin ligand has more equal affinity for α-D-mannose and α-D-glucose compared to Con A.

Lentil lectin is a metalloprotein, containing Ca2₊ and Mn2₊, which binds reversibly to polysaccharides and glycoconjugates containing glucose or mannose type sugars. Lentil Lectin Sepharose 4B is a generally applicable group specific adsorbent and is routinely used in the preparation and purification of a number of glycoproteins and carbohydrate containing molecules.

Features:

  • Binds molecules that contain α-D-mannose, α-D-glucose, and sterically related residues
  • Retains binding in 1% deoxycholate and is especially valuable for purification of detergent-solubilized membrane proteins
  • Lentil lectin is a metalloprotein, containing Ca2₊ and Mn2₊, which binds reversibly to polysaccharides and glycoconjugates containing glucose or mannose type sugars
  • Compared to Con A, also for glycoprotein purification, Lentil Lectin distinguishes less sharply between glucosyl and mannosyl

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