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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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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 made their own biotinylated proteins in small batches. However, often times researchers encounter protein-specific technical challenges and high variability leading to...

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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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