Bovine serum albumin (BSA) is a small protein with a molecular weight of 66kDa that comprises approximately 50% of all proteins in animal serum. BSA has a negative charge, which allows it to bind to water, salts, fatty acids, vitamins, and hormones and transport them between tissues and cells. Albumins are often used as stabilizers for other soluble proteins, such as labile enzymes.
Due to its high stability and minimal interference with biological activities, BSA is widely used in various biochemical applications, such as immunochemistry, western blot, and ELISA tests, where it is used as a blocking reagent.
The 30% BSA solution is a ready-to-use solution in biochemical assays that has been sterile filtered.
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