Maackia amurensis Lectin (MAA/MAL I) - Texas Red

Maackia amurensis Lectin (MAA/MAL I) - Texas Red
Maackia amurensis (Amur maackia) Lectin (MAA/MAL I) - Texas Red
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SKU#: 21761038-1

Product Description

 

         Maackia amurensis Lectin (MAA/MAL I) is a leukoagglutinating lectin isolated from Maackia amurensis seeds and purified by affinity chromatography. MAA I can be used to detect N-linked glycans containing the trisaccharide Siaα2-3Galß1-4GlcNAc. This lectin does not agglutinate one blood type more than another and agglutination can be inhibited by sialyllactose or lactose at higher concentrations. Although MAA I and MAA II are similar in size and structure, this lectin is a more potent mitogen and exhibits less hemagglutinating ability than MAA II.

                This lectin is used in a plethora of research. It has been exhibited that MAA inhibits oral squamous cell carcinoma growth and motility by decreasing activity of the JAK-STAT, TGFβ-SMAD, and Wnt-βCTN signaling pathways. MAA has been used to study Turkey adenovirus 3 activity, leaving evidence that the virus has attachment receptors that are both α2,3-linked and α2,6-linked sialic acids. As a sialic acid binding lectin, MAA has been used to observe content of sialic acid in seminoma testicular tissue, revealing that sialic acids may have roles in seminoma development by promoting invasiveness, as well as cross-talk between cancer-cells and the surrounding stroma and vessels. In novel SARS-CoV-2 research, it has been shown that MAA targets the ACE2 receptor, thus decreasing glycosylation and expression. As a result, the spike protein binding is suppressed, and inflammatory mediators have decreased expression.

                Texas Red is a red-fluorescent dye and when bound to Maackia amurensis Lectin (MAA/MAL I) can show the binding pattern of this lectin in cellular imaging applications. There is very little overlap between the emission spectra of Texas Red and FITC making this combination ideal for dual-labeling experiments. Rhodamine dyes, such as Texas Red, are more photostable and less sensitive to pH change when compared to other dyes such as fluorescein.

 

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Specifications:

  • Source: Maackia amurensis (Amur maackia)
  • Activity: Non-specific
  • Carbohydrate Specificity: Siaα2-3Galß1-4GlcNAc
  • Molecular Weight: 130 kDa
  • Inhibitory Carbohydrate: Lactose
  • Divalent Ions Required: None
  • Mitogenic Activity: Yes
  • Conjugation:Texas Red
  • Excitation:Maximum at 595 nm
  • Emission:Maximum at 615 nm

Storage and Stability:

Store frozen at -20°C in amber vials or covered with foil in appropriate aliquot sizes. Avoid freeze thaw cycles. Can be stored at 2-8°C for short term use.

 

 

Technical Specifications

Abbreviation: MAA/MAL I
Material Source:: Amur maackia
Conjugate:: Texas Red
Concentration:: 2 mg/mL
Appearance Form:: Liquid
Appearance Color:: Red
Purity:: High Purity Grade
Shelf Life:: 1 year
Blood Group Specificity:: Non-specific
Preferred Sugar Specificity:: Siaα2-3Galβ1-4GlcNAc
Inhibiting or Eluting Sugar:: Lactose
Fluorescence:: Red
Divalent Ions:: None Required
Excitation:: 595 nm
Emission:: 615 nm
Mitogenic Activity:: Yes
Lyophilized or Liquid: Liquid
Storage Temperature:: -20°C
Hazardous Shipping:: Non-hazardous

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