Hi, prostaglandins are no proteins, they are a group of lipid compounds that are derived enzymatically from fatty acids. But I can't found a topic about that... so I will ask my question in this topic.
Is there somebody that has any idea about the size (microns) of Prostaglandin E2, I did a search on the Internet but I can't found it...
Let me know if you know something about it...
Size of Prostaglandin, who knows?
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Posted 12 April 2011 - 05:31 AM
Hola,as you say prostaglandins are small molecules, look any reagent catalogue as Sigma and you will see that all are in a mol. weight range about 350 daltosn,( more or less as sucrose).So your question of size in microns I cannot answer, but think in any virus wich pass 0.22microns filter and has a lot of different molecules as these and others as proteins with mol.weights untill 200KD. In any way ,do I help you to resolve your doubt?. Buena suerte