Bovine Collagen type II is one of a class of proteins seen mostly in mammalian flesh and connective tissues.

This product has been offered as a sterile solution at nearly 0.5 mg per vial at around ~0.5 mg/ml in 500 mM acetic acid.

More than two dozen types of collagen have been explained; Type II has been found chiefly in hyaline cartilage (50% of the protein present in hyaline is collagen type II) and is also found in the eye’s vitreous humor.

The product has been given as a sterile solution at nearly 0.5 mg per vial at roughly 0.50 mg/ml in 500 mM acetic acid. Type II collagen has been offered in easy-to-use packaging for use and storage.

Type II collagen might be utilized to culture a range of cell types. Normally, type II collagen is used as a coating material developed for the formation of 3D collagen gels, for cell culture studies, or as an antigen used for antibody production.

Source: Advanced BioMatrix

Parameter, Testing, and Method Type II Collagen #5196
Sterilization Method Filtration
Form Solution
Package Size 0.5 mg (1 mL)
Storage Temperature 2-10 °C
Collagen Concentration - Biuret ~0.5 mg/mL
Shelf Life Minimum of 6 months from date of receipt
pH ~2.5
Electrophoretic Pattern - Coomassie Blue Characteristic
Endotoxin (LAL) ≤ 5.0 EU/mL
Cell Attachment Assay Pass
Source Bovine Cartilage

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