Superoxide Dismutase Product Information


Source: Bovine Erythrocytes

I.U.B.: 1.15.1.1

Superoxide dismutase (SOD) catalyzes the removal of the O2- free radical. The enzyme protects oxygen-metabolizing cells against harmful effects of superoxide free-radicals. Superoxide dismutase is inactivated by H2O2. It consists of two subunits of identical molecular weight joined by a disulfide bond. The molecular weight is 32,500 daltons, and there are two Cu(II) and two Zn(II) atoms per molecule. The isoelectric point of the enzyme is 4.95.

Unit Definition: One Unit inhibits by 50% the maximum reduction of nitro blue tetrazolium under the specified conditions.

DescriptionActivityCodeSizeCat. No.Price
Superoxide Dismutase
Chromatographically purified essentially as described by McCord and Fridovich, JBC, 244, 6049 (1969). A dialyzed, lyophilized powder.
Store at 2-8C.
≥1,400 units per mg dry weight SODBE 2 mg LS003540 $39.00 Buy Now
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