From delipidated peanut extract by multi-step chromatography. Purity on silver stained SDS-PAGE >95%.
See product insert.
Preservative and carrier-free in sterile, endotoxin-free,
phosphate buffered saline, pH 7.4
(1) Trace level of Ara h 2 is 0.01%
(2) Ara h 1 undetectable
(3) A LoTox™ product, Endotoxin < 0.03 EU/µg.
(4) Avoid repeated Freeze/Thaw cycles.
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