BSA Alkyne (CCT-1536)


BSA Alkyne is commonly used positive control for click chemistry-based enrichment of alkyne-tagged proteins. Bovine Serum Albumin (BSA) is chemically modified on a single cysteine residue with N-Propargylmaleimide (MV 130.12).

Provided as lyophilized solid. To prepare a working 1 mg/ml solution, resuspend lyophilized BSA-conjugate in 500 µl of 0.5 x PBS pH 7.4. DO NOT ADD sodium azide.


Amount:1 vial, 0.5 mg
MW of Azide Tag:130.12
MW of Entire Molecule:66.8 kDa
SolubilityWater, aqueous buffers
Appearance:Oil to grey amorphous solid
Storage Condition-20C
Shelf life:3 years at -20C
Shipping:Ambient temperature

Peptide Structure

Selected References

  1. Graham, A. J., et al. (2022). Extracellular Electron Transfer Enables Cellular Control of Cu(I)-Catalyzed Alkyne-Azide Cycloaddition. ACS Cent Sci.8 (2), 246-257. [PubMed]

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