BAH66 — Fatty Acid Free Heat Shock Bovine Serum Albumin Powder

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Fatty Acid-Free Heat Shock Bovine Serum Albumin Powder

Heat Shocked Bovine Serum Albumin powdered uses a process of heat and pH adjustments to purify the product. If you don’t require a powder version, we also have 30% BSA solutions of the highest quality.
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Technical Data Sheet: BAH66


Fatty Acid-Free BSA Powder


Method of purification: Heat shock fractionation and proprietary steps to ensure a low level of fatty acids.
Advantages:   This powder has a very low level of free fatty acids (0.02%), is priced economically, and is readily soluble.
Uses: This material is normally used in Serum-Free Media as a carrier protein for trace elements, fatty acids, hormones, and growth factors. Fatty Acid-Free BSA allows the formulation of albumin with specific fatty acids to enhance cell culture system performance. It is a preferred alternative in assays where the presence of lipids or fatty acids compromises hormone or cholesterol readouts. Every batch is guaranteed to be <=0.02% total fatty acids.
Stability and storage: This BSA is stable for ≥ 5 years when stored at + 5° C +/- 3°C in sealed dry containers.

  • Appearance:————————-Powder
  • Color:———————————-Off-white
  • Moisture——————————< 5.0%
  • Ash:————————————< 3.0%
  • pH:————————————–6.5 – 7.5
  • Albumin:——————————≥ 98%
  • Protein:——————————–≥ 96.0%
  • Free fatty acid:———————-<0.02%


This is a custom ordered product.  Please contact for deliverables.

Shipping Method

Preferred: FedEx Standard Overnight, Priority Overnight, 2-Day, and Ground

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  1. Ambient packaging (no ice)
  2. Dry Ice keeps the product frozen
  3. Blue Ice (packs) keeps product cool

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