Human tissue plasminogen activator, >95% two chain


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Human tissue plasminogen activator, >95% two chain

Activated from single-chain form with immobilized plasmin. 100percent complex formation with human PAI-1.

Gene ID: 5327
Swiss-Prot/UniProt ID: P00750

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