Recombinant Proteins - 406 products
|Haptoglobin ß-Chain (Western Blot Control) Protein||RCP9185||10µg||£88.46|
|Haptoglobin ß-Chain Protein||RCP9186||10µg||£88.46|
|Haptoglobin ß-Chain Protein||RCP9187||100µg||£297.97|
|Haptoglobin ß-Chain Protein||RCP9188||1mg||POA||Enquiry|
|Hepatocyte Growth Factor A (Western Blot Control) Protein||RCP9446||10µg||£88.46|
|Hepatocyte Growth Factor A Protein||RCP9447||10µg||£88.46|
|Hepatocyte Growth Factor A Protein||RCP9448||100µg||£297.97|
|Hepatocyte Growth Factor A Protein||RCP9449||1mg||POA||Enquiry|
|Hepatocyte Growth Factor B (Western Blot Control) Protein||RCP9450||10µg||£88.46|
|Hepatocyte Growth Factor B Protein||RCP9451||10µg||£88.46|
|Hepatocyte Growth Factor B Protein||RCP9452||100µg||£290.71|
|Hepatocyte Growth Factor B Protein||RCP9453||1mg||£297.97|
About Recombinant Proteins
Extensive range specific to a wide range of biochemical markers. 400+
Randox Life Sciences provide an extensive range of human recombinant proteins specific to a wide range of biochemical markers including:
Cytokines are produced by many different cell types and function as intercellular chemical messengers. Cytokines help control and mediate haematopoiesis as well as immune and inflammatory processes. They have been implicated in many disease states including cancer, cardiovascular disease and allergic responses.
Like cytokines, chemokines are chemical messengers involved in the inflammatory response they act by sending out signals to attract white blood cells to the site of disease or injury. Chemokines are also involved in many disease states including infectious diseases and cancer.
Tumour Markers indicate a malignant process is present they are often used to screen for cancer or monitor the course of disease.
Adhesion molecules are complex membrane proteins that can be grouped into four major families: the selectins, the immunoglobulin (Ig) superfamily, the integrins and the cadherins. Adhesion molecules have been implicated in a wide range of physiological processes and can be found in the cell membrane or as soluble forms in circulation. Altered levels of these proteins have been found in pathological states including cardiovascular disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes and many others.
Proteases occur naturally in all organisms catalysing the cleavage of peptide bonds in proteins. These enzymes are involved in a multitude of physiological reactions from simple digestion of proteins in food to highly-regulated cascades. Proteases present in the blood or serum play an important role in blood-clotting as well as lysis of the clots, and the correct action of the immune system.
All of our human recombinant proteins offer the following benefits:
- Carrier free format presented in buffered 50% glycerol
- High purity >95%
- Suitable for long term storage at -20°C
- Evaluated by PAGE, Bradford, Western Blot Analysis and ELISA (concentration determined by Bradford)
- In most cases corresponding antibodies are available
- Western Blot controls available
- Available in different sizes generally 10μg, 100μg and 1mg