Human Serum Albumin

Human Serum Albumin

Human Serum Albumin

Human Serum Albumin is the most abundant protein in human plasma. The binding capacity due to it’s negatively charged characteristic effectively remove toxic substances, including pyrogens, from the medium.

Human albumins contain 16% nitrogen and are often used as standards in protein calibration studies, blocking agent in immunoblots or ELISA applications

Applications of human serum albumin:

  • Act as a stabilizer
  • Act as a carrier molecule in drug delivery
  • Medical device coating
  • Use as a medium component for:
    • Cell culture
    • Cryopreservation
    • Stem cell expansion

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· Our standard grade, lyophilized flakes ( suitable for cell culture and molecular biology)

· Dissolves quickly

· Tested Negative for Hepatitis B (HBS), Hepatitis C (HCV) and HIV Type 1 and 2 (HIV 1/2)

· All products are produced in ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 13485:2012 facilities.

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Reference Publications

Malakpour-Permlid, A., Buzzi, I., Hegardt, C. et al.

Identification of extracellular matrix proteins secreted by human dermal fibroblasts cultured in 3D electrospun scaffolds

Sci Rep 11, 6655 (2021)


Article Snippet: “TGF-β1 was purchased from R&D Systems, Inc. (Minneapolis, MN, USA). A 10 μg/ml stock solution was prepared in sterile 4 mM HCl containing 0.1% human (P6140, Biowest, Nuaillé, France).”


Weber, Tilo & Bajramovic, Jeffrey & Oredsson, Stina

Preparation of a universally usable, animal product free, defined medium for 2D

MethodsX. 12. 102592.

DOI: 10.1016/j.mex.2024.102592.

Article Snippet: “Preparation of the fibronectin solution. EMD Millipore Corporationa FC010-10MG. Preparation of the transferrin solution. Preparation of the human serum albumin (HSA) Biowest P6140 solution for the defined medium. Preparation of PBS with 0.1 % human serum albumin (HSA).”


Scientific Reports

Science Direct