Human Serum Albumin (HSA) is used as an excipient in a number of therapeutic protein formulations. Recombinant Human Serum Albumin (Rec. HSA) is animal origin free expressed in E.coli without animal or human derived raw materials. It is also free from other contaminating serum proteins.
HSA is used for:
Carry protein in plasma that helps fatty acid transportation to various tissues.
Plasma Volume expander.
Manufacturing of drug, vaccine and device products.
Regulatory-compliant, Animal Origin Free
Produced by E.coli
Replaces plasma derived human albumin
High purity (>99%) and has no contaminating serum proteins. defined and consistently
Multifunctional excipient in protein formulation
Supplement to support mammalian
Cell growth in serum free cell culture media, which in turn can replace Human Serum Albumin and ensure the absence of any blood borne contaminants
Diagnostics and proteomics
Stem cell expansion