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Oncomodulin (OM; also parvalbumin beta) is a 12-14 kDa member of the parvalbumin family of Ca++ binding proteins. It is expressed in early embryonic cells, placenta, and in tumors. OM was originally thought to have expression restricted to neoplastic tissues, early embryonic cells and certain tumor cell lines. Recent research shows that oncomodulin is also expressed and secreted by macrophages where, in the retina, it binds to retinal ganglion cells (RGCs) and functions to promote axon regenerationin early embryonic cells, placenta, and in tumors. OM is both cytoplasmic, and secreted. Rat OM is 109 amino acids (aa) in length. It contains a vestigial Ca++ binding site (aa 7-33) and two EF hand domains, the latter of which contains one high affinity Ca++ binding site (aa 81-108). Relative to parvalbumin alpha, OM has a lower pI (

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Rat Oncomodulin Antibody

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Human Oncomodulin DuoSet ELISA

ELISADY6084 
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