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HA Peptide TFA 

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HA Peptide (TFA) is a nine amino acids peptide derived from the human influenza hemagglutinin (HA). HA Peptide (TFA) is extensively used to isolate, purify, detect, and track the protein of interest in cell biology and biochemistry.

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HA Peptide TFA Chemical Structure

HA Peptide TFA Chemical Structure

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Description

HA Peptide (TFA) is a nine amino acids peptide derived from the human influenza hemagglutinin (HA). HA Peptide (TFA) is extensively used to isolate, purify, detect, and track the protein of interest in cell biology and biochemistry[1][2][3].

In Vitro

HA Peptide is a highly immunoreactive tag generally used for the separation of tagged proteins from cell culture supernatants and cell lysate under neutral pH conditions and thus are handy tools for coimmunoprecipitation but are also easily detected via western blot. HA Peptide is small and thus unlikely to interfere with the bioactivity and function of the fusion partner proteins. HA Peptide comes from human influenza hemagglutinin (HA) corresponding to amino acids 98-106 and is a strong immunoreactive epitope making it popular to isolate, purify, detect, and track the protein of interest. The recombinant HA-tagged proteins can be separated by highly specific anti-HA monoclonal antibody that is covalently immobilized on resin. The HA-tagged proteins can be eluted by mild elution approach with HA epitope at 1 mg/mL in TBS. On the other hand, three chemical elution options are available: 0.1 M glycine (pH 2-2.8), 3 M NaSCN, or 50 mM NaOH[1]. The nucleotide sequences encoding an N-terminal HA Peptide in the mammalian expression vectors is an essential element for the T7 promoter-driven expression in E. coli even without trans-acting T7 RNAP[2]. Research results suggest that HA Peptide is cleaved by caspase 3/7, and HA Peptide cleavage results in a total loss of immunoreactivity. Observations indicate that the use of HA to tag proteins and constructs to study cell death–related and apoptotic mechanisms can result in serious artifacts[3].

MCE has not independently confirmed the accuracy of these methods. They are for reference only.

Molecular Weight

1216.19

Formula

C₅₅H₆₈F₃N₉O₁₉

Sequence Shortening

YPYDVPDYA

Shipping

Room temperature in continental US; may vary elsewhere.

Storage

Sealed storage, away from moisture

Powder -80°C 2 years
-20°C 1 year

*In solvent : -80°C, 6 months; -20°C, 1 month (sealed storage, away from moisture)

Solvent & Solubility
In Vitro: 

H2O

Peptide Solubility and Storage Guidelines:

1.  Calculate the length of the peptide.

2.  Calculate the overall charge of the entire peptide according to the following table:

  Contents Assign value
Acidic amino acid Asp (D), Glu (E), and the C-terminal -COOH. -1
Basic amino acid Arg (R), Lys (K), His (H), and the N-terminal -NH2 +1
Neutral amino acid Gly (G), Ala (A), Leu (L), Ile (I), Val (V), Cys (C), Met (M), Thr (T), Ser (S), Phe (F), Tyr (Y), Trp (W), Pro (P), Asn (N), Gln (Q) 0

3.  Recommended solution:

Overall charge of peptide Details
Negative (<0) 1.  Try to dissolve the peptide in water first.
2.  If water fails, add NH4OH (<50 μL).
3.  If the peptide still does not dissolve, add DMSO (50-100 μL) to solubilize the peptide.
Positive (>0) 1.  Try to dissolve the peptide in water first.
2.  If water fails, try dissolving the peptide in a 10%-30% acetic acid solution.
3.  If the peptide still does not dissolve, try dissolving the peptide in a small amount of DMSO.
Zero (=0) 1.  Try to dissolve the peptide in organic solvent (acetonitrile, methanol, etc.) first.
2.  For very hydrophobic peptides, try dissolving the peptide in a small amount of DMSO, and then dilute the solution with water to the desired concentration.
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