Alpha 1 Antitrypsin, Human Plasma recombinant protein
Alpha-1 protease inhibitor, Alpha-1-antiproteinase, Serpin A1, AAT, PI
|Calculated MW||52 kDa|
|Gene Symbol||Serpin A1|
|Other Names||Alpha-1 protease inhibitor, Alpha-1-antiproteinase, Serpin A1, AAT, PI|
|Results||≥ 5.0 IU/mg|
|Application Notes||In water or aqueous buffer|
|Storage||-20°C; Lyophilized from 30 mM Na Phosphate, pH 6.5 with 300 mM NaCl.|
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Alpha 1 Antitrypsin is an acute-phase plasma protein found at 290 mg per 100 ml. It functions as a serine protease inhibitor with targets like elastase, plasmin, collagenase, thrombin, leucocyte proteases, trypsin, chymotrypsin, and plasminogen activator. Clinically, its deficiency is associated with two major diseases: pulmonary emphysema and early onset/juvenile hepatic cirrhosis. It is elevated in inflammatory conditions, malignancies, liver disease and pregnancy and also after surgical trauma and use of oral contraceptives. The simultaneous quantitative determination of alpha-1-PI and ceruloplasmin permits differential diagnosis of liver afflictions. Rise in alpha 1 antitrypsin occurs as an acute phase response to tissue necrosis and inflammation.
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