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Assays for analytes represented in the Human Non-Hematopoeitic Array

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Analyte DuoSet® and DuoSet IC ELISA Development Systems Quantikine® ELISA...

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Human Soluble Receptor Array Kit Non-Hematopoietic Panel

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Human sReceptor Array Kit Non-Hematopoietic Panel Ordering Information Introduction R&D Systems Human Soluble Receptor Array Kit Non-Hematopoietic Panel (Catalog # ARY012) is a rapid, sensitive, and economical tool used to simultaneously detect the relative levels of 119 different soluble receptors expressed and released by non-hematopoietic cells in a single sample. No specialized...

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Luminex Analytes by Research Topic

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Adipokine/Obesity Angiogenesis Bone Proteins Cardiovascular Disease CD8+ T cell Chemokines Complement Inflammation Kidney Biomarker Liver Proteins Myokines Neurodegenerative Disorders Neurological Disorders Neurological Panel Oncology Proteases Protease Inhibitors Sepsis Soluble Receptors Soluble Receptors, Hematopoietic Soluble Receptors,...

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Avi-tag Biotinylated Recombinant Proteins

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NEW Avi-tag Spike and ACE-2 Proteins for SARS-CoV-2 Research. Interested in more proteins for COVID-19 research? Visit our Recombinant Proteins for Coronavirus Research page. Biotinylated proteins are powerful tools used in a wide variety of assay formats, including immunoprecipitation, flow cytometry, immunoassays, biopanning, and surface plasmon resonance. Historically, individual labs have...

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A Reference Guide for Jak/STAT Signaling

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The Jak/STAT pathway is one of the primary signaling pathways activated by cytokines and growth factors. It is activated by numerous compounds, and each ligand/receptor complex can activate multiple Jak and STAT proteins. To help sort out the complexity of Jak/STAT activation, a list of receptors and the Jak and STAT family members they activate have been assembled into a reference table. The...

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