Maspin (mammary serine protease inhibitor) is a non-inhibitory serpin that is expressed predominantly in normal mammary epithelial cells, but at significantly reduced levels or absent in most breast carcinomas. It has the ability to block the growth, invasiveness, and metastatic potential of breast and lung tumors. This anti-tumor activity is achieved, in part, by the contribution of maspin to the inhibition of angiogenesis, and its ability to preferentially promote apoptosis of tumor cells. Recombinant Human Maspin is a 42.1 kDa non-glycosylated protein containing 375 amino acid residues.
SerpinB5, Protease inhibitor 5
MDALQLANSA FAVDLFKQLC EKEPLGNVLF SPICLSTSLS LAQVGAKGDT ANEIGQVLHF ENVKDIPFGF QTVTSDVNKL SSFYSLKLIK RLYVDKSLNL STEFISSTKR PYAKELETVD FKDKLEETKG QINNSIKDLT DGHFENILAD NSVNDQTKIL VVNAAYFVGK WMKKFPESET KECPFRLNKT DTKPVQMMNM EATFCMGNID SINCKIIELP FQNKHLSMFI LLPKDVEDES TGLEKIEKQL NSESLSQWTN PSTMANAKVK LSIPKFKVEK MIDPKACLEN LGLKHIFSED TSDFSGMSET KGVALSNVIH KVCLEITEDG GDSIEVPGAR ILQHKDELNA DHPFIYIIRH NKTRNIIFFG KFCSP
≥ 97% by SDS-PAGE gel and HPLC analyses.
Calculated Molecular Weight:
Endotoxin level is < 0.1 ng/ug of protein (< 1 EU/ug)
Not for human use.