Human Serum Albumin – Human Blood Products
Access Biologicals extensive collection of human serum and other blood products has placed it at the top of the list of human serum albumin suppliers. We carry several varieties available to fill your human serum research and bioprocess needs. Choose from human plasma, human whole blood products, whole blood, and albumin and gamma globulin.
Human Serum Albumin
Human serum albumin is the most common protein found in human blood plasma and makes up about half of the human serum protein. It is commonly used to treat patients who have experienced trauma, such as burns or surgery as it helps to replace lost fluid and restore blood volume. It’s also used as a supplement for cell culture media and promotes cell growth by delivering nutrients and binding toxins.
Types of Human Serum
Human serum albumin is available in the following forms:
- EDTA Plasma
- Heparinized Plasma
- Fresh Frozen Plasma
HUMAN WHOLE BLOOD PRODUCTS:
- Off-the-Clot Male
- Off-the-Clot Female
- Human Whole Blood
- Diabetic Whole Blood
ALBUMIN AND GAMMA GLOBULIN:
- Available in both diagnostic-grade powder and solution formats; can be custom manufactured to specifications.
- Variety of concentrations available; suitable for diagnostic or cell culture upgrades (5%, 20%, 25%).
- Ideal choice for sensitive diagnostic assays and applications.
- Collected exclusively in the US and tested and found to be non-reactive for HBsAg, Anti-HCV, Anti-HIV 1 & 2, HCV NAT, HBV NAT and HIV NAT.
- Human Serum Albumin Powder
- Human Serum Albumin Liquid (5%, 20%, 25%)
- Human Gamma Globulin Powder
- Human Gamma Globulin Liquid
The albumin and gamma globulin can be custom manufactured to your specifications and are available as either a diagnostic-grade powder or solution. These are ideal choices for sensitive diagnostic assays and applications and are collected exclusively in the United States.
Bovine Serum Albumin
An alternative to human serum albumin is bovine serum albumin. This serum is derived from cows and is used as a protein concentration in lab experiments, such as in vitro biological studies. It offers stability and a relatively low cost due to being a by-product of the meat industry.