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Hi I would like to ask if your company carries any A1AT and UPK3A glycoproteins (I need glycosylated form). I noticed that you guys have ab77937 and ab91136 for A1AT, but may I know what is the difference between the two? According to your website, ab91136 is active form of A1AT, what is the meaning of active? Thanks and looking forward to hearing from you at your earliest possible time. Best Regards,
Asked on Sep 01 2011
Thank you for contacting us. The only difference in ab91136 and ab77937 is that ab91136 is active form of protein; which means this protein is fully guaranteed to be used in functional assays. We unfortunately do not have products related to U3PKA protein. I would recommend searching in Biocompare website ( www.biocompare.com). They have very nice product search facility which will help. I hope this information is helpful to you. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you need any more advice or information.
Answered on Sep 01 2011