Mycoplasma pulmonis protein (Mouse) (30-1274)

Purified native Mycoplasma pulmonis protein (Mouse)

Synonyms Murine Mycoplasma pulmonis protein, M. pulmonis protein, Mycoplasma pulmonis
Species Mouse
Protein Type Native


Source Produced in Mammalian cells
Form & Buffer Supplied in 50 mM Glyceine buffer, pH 9.0, with 0.2% CHAPS and 0.01% SDS
Concentration 1 mg/ml

Storage & Safety

Storage Store at -70 deg C

General Information

Biological Significance Mycoplasma was first isolated in 1898 from a species that is a bovine pathogen. M.pulmonis falls under genus mycoplasma that are easily distinguished from other bacteria due to their small size (0.3-0.8 micron in diameter) and lack of cell wall. Mycoplasma is believed to descend from gram-positive bacteria. The organism is covered by lipoprotein based cytoplasmic membrane. Its cell membrane is rich in protein components that consists of structurally adaptive lipoproteins used to invade host immune system, attach to the host cells, and pathogenic invasion. The primary habitats of human and animal mycoplasma are in mucous membranes of the respiratory and urogenital tracts, eyes, mammary glands and the joints.

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Price: $195.00
Size: 1 mg
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