Bovine serum albumine

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Bovine serum albumine

Description

Bovine serum albumine is a membane stabilizer, oxygen radical scavenger, and binds Ca2+ and free fatty acids, hence the rather expensive essentially free fatty acid free BSA is required in mitochondrial isolation and respiration media. Sigma A 6003 fraction V.

Abbreviation: BSA

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Regulation: Fatty acid 


HRR:
"Chemicals; Media" is not in the list of possible values (Oxygraph-2k, TIP2k, O2k-Fluorometer, pH, NO, TPP, Ca, O2k-Spectrophotometer, O2k-Manual, O2k-Protocol, Theory, NextGen-O2k) for this property.