Human recombinant sterile erythropoietin
Erythropoietin-Alpha, EPO-a, EPO-alpha, Epoetin, EP
Erythropoietin is a key hormone involved in regulating differentiation of red blood cells and maintaining physiological level of red blood cell mass. Adult mammals have it produced in the kidneys and liver, embryos and newborns - in the liver. Erythropoietin is detected in plasma and regulates production of red blood cells by stimulating erythroid differentiation and triggering the synthesis of hemoglobin.
In addition, erythropoietin has neuroprotective activity against various brain injuries, and also exhibits anti-apoptotic functions in various types of tissues.
This product is intended for research purposes.
The EPO preparation is stable at room temperature for 3 weeks, it should be stored at -18℃.
The diluted solution should be stored at temperature of 4℃ for 2-7 days, for longer storage use carrier protein (0.1% BSA) and freezing -18℃.
Do not allow repeated freezing and thawing cycles.