Growth Factors & Cytokines

Recombinant Human EGF Receptor (EGFR)

Product Details

Catalogue Number: 100-15R
Description:

EGF Receptor (EGFR, ErbB1) is a transmembrane protein that exerts tyrosine kinase activity upon ligand-induced activation. EGFR can be activated by binding EGF, or at least six other structurally related protein ligands, including TGF-α, HB-EGF, Betacellulin (BTC), Amphiregulin, Epiregulin, and Epigen. Upon activation, EGFR initiates a signaling cascade, which includes dimerization and internalization, tyrosine phosphorylation, DNA synthesis of target genes and, ultimately, cell proliferation. EGFR signaling plays a role in the growth and differentiation of normal cells, but elevated EGFR activity is correlated with the development and pathogenesis of certain cancers. Recombinant soluble Human EGFR is a 621 amino acid glycoprotein comprising the extracellular domain of EGFR, and migrates at an apparent MW of 97.5 kDa by SDS-PAGE analysis under reducing conditions.

Source: CHO cells

Synonyms: ErbB1

AA Sequence: LEEKKVCQGT SNKLTQLGTF EDHFLSLQRM FNNCEVVLGN LEITYVQRNY DLSFLKTIQE VAGYVLIALN TVERIPLENL QIIRGNMYYE NSYALAVLSN YDANKTGLKE LPMRNLQEIL HGAVRFSNNP ALCNVESIQW RDIVSSDFLS NMSMDFQNHL GSCQKCDPSC PNGSCWGAGE ENCQKLTKII CAQQCSGRCR GKSPSDCCHN QCAAGCTGPR ESDCLVCRKF RDEATCKDTC PPLMLYNPTT YQMDVNPEGK YSFGATCVKK CPRNYVVTDH GSCVRACGAD SYEMEEDGVR KCKKCEGPCR KVCNGIGIGE FKDSLSINAT NIKHFKNCTS ISGDLHILPV AFRGDSFTHT PPLDPQELDI LKTVKEITGF LLIQAWPENR TDLHAFENLE IIRGRTKQHG QFSLAVVSLN ITSLGLRSLK EISDGDVIIS GNKNLCYANT INWKKLFGTS GQKTKIISNR GENSCKATGQ VCHALCSPEG CWGPEPRDCV SCRNVSRGRE CVDKCNLLEG EPREFVENSE CIQCHPECLP QAMNITCTGR GPDNCIQCAH YIDGPHCVKT CPAGVMGENN TLVWKYADAG HVCHLCHPNC TYGCTGPGLE GCPTNGPKIP S

Purity: ≥ 95% by SDS-PAGE gel and HPLC analyses.

Biological Activity: Not available.

Calculated Molecular Weight: 68.6 kDa

Accession Number: P00533

Gene ID: 1956

crossreactivity:
Country Of Origin: USA

Not for human use.

Research Interest

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First Author
Kwon, Y W
Title
Role of CXCR2 in the Ac-PGP-Induced Mobilization of Circulating Angiogenic Cells and its Therapeutic Implications.
Citation
Stem Cells Translational Medicine; 8(3) pg236-246
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