Albumin (Human) Antibody
Human serum albumin (HSA) consists of a single polypeptide chain of 584 aminoacids, stabilized by 17 disulfide bridges. HSA is the most common protein in serum, it is produced in the liver and the concentration in serum is 35-50 mg/ml. HSA is often used as a carrier molecule because of its binding capacity, and thus mainly functions as the regulator of the colloidal osmotic pressure of the blood. The molecular weight is 66.3 kDa.