Recombinant Insulin

Insulin, is a hormone that is produced from β-cells in the pancreas and is the main metabolic hormone of the human body. Insulin promotes the absorption of glucose from the blood into liver, fat and skeletal muscle cells. Recombinant Insulin human consists of 51 amino acids, 5.61 kDa. Human Insulin is qualified for different applications including the treatment of diabetes type I or type II or cell culture. The high increase in the medical need of Insulin, suggests the market to find cheapest solutions for high yield production of Insulin.


Accession Number: P01308

5ug, 50ug, 1000ug. Core Biogenesis is unlocking the powers of the bioeconomy by ensuring the scalability of world changing technologies as regenerative medicine and cellular agriculture. Contact us directly for lot reservation and (large/bulk/industry/production) quantities.


Insulin is produced in plant seeds of Camelina sativa bred in our laboratories in Strasbourg, France.


Human. Similarity: -Porcine 99% -Bovine 97%


≥ 95% measured by SDS page, and resolved under reduced (R) and non-reduced (NR) conditions.


The ED50 is commonly < 0.1 ng/ml

Endotoxin Level:

Low endotoxin level ≤ 0.005ng/µg (≤ 0.005EU/ug of protein) as determined by Limulus Amebocyte Lysate assay.

Animal Component-Free:

Xeno-Free Product. Core Biogenesis strictly guarantees that our recombinant proteins have no trace of animal components.


Tris pH 7.4. Our products are shipped in lyophilised format to ensure protein stability in worldwide deliveries.


It is recommended to reconstitute the protein in aqueus HCL (pH 2.0-2.5) to a concentration between 5-10mg/ml.


Lyophilised protein is stable at room temperature upon arrival. Once it is reconstituted can be stored at -20ºC for up to 5 years.

Featured Application Areas:

Human insulin can be used in a wide variety of cell cultures with mammalian cells as a supplement promoting cell growth. We provide high purity and bioactive protein with outstanding performance in: Culture of epithelial cells in serum-free media. – Differentiation of Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs) into Adipocytes.


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