Name Recombinant Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (rSHBG)
What is rSHBG? SHBG is a glycoprotein, produced mostly by the liver and is released into the bloodstream. The gene for SHBG is called Shbg located on chromosome 17 on the short arm between the bands 17p12→p13. It binds to two sex hormones, namely androgen and estrogen.
What is it used for? SHBG protein is an important marker for measurement of testosterone levels, liver diseases, pregnancy and hyperthyroidism.
Strain Mammalian cells
Accession no. P04278
Tag None
Purity High pure (SDS-PAGE)
Testing method CLIA
Stability >2 years (Accelerated)
Storage -70 °C
Molecular weight ~43-47 KDa

YBL rSHBG salient features

  • Purity: >95% purity for rSHBG was observed andpurity profile was checked using SDS-PAGE.
  • Stability data: rSHBG is stable for >2 years at -70°C in accelerated stability study.
  • Testing Method: CLIA
  • Testing Platform: Roche

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