Vitronectin Complement Pathway 1

Lab Reagents

Human IgG antibody Laboratories manufactures the vitronectin complement pathway 1 reagents distributed by Genprice. The Vitronectin Complement Pathway 1 reagent is RUO (Research Use Only) to test human serum or cell culture lab samples. To purchase these products, for the MSDS, Data Sheet, protocol, storage conditions/temperature or for the concentration, please contact Primorigen Biosciences Inc.. Other Vitronectin products are available in stock. Specificity: Vitronectin Category: Complement Group: Pathway 1

Pathway 1 information

anti-Vitronectin

YF-PA15298 100 ug
EUR 483.6
Description: Rabbit polyclonal to Vitronectin

Vitronectin Antibody

R31877 100 ug
EUR 419

Goat Complement serum, (Lyophilized), tested for complement activity

COMPGT-1 1 ml
EUR 270

Llama Complement serum, (Lyophilized), tested for complement activity

COMPLA-1 1 ml
EUR 343.2

Mouse Complement serum, (Lyophilized), tested for complement activity

COMPMO-1 1 ml
EUR 343.2

Rat Complement serum, (Lyophilized), tested for complement activity

COMPRT-1 1 ml
EUR 343.2

Standard G. Pig Complement serum (Lyophilized), tested for complement activity

COMPG-1 1 ml
EUR 270

Anti-Complement C7 Antibody

A00844-1 100ug/vial
EUR 352.8

GUINEA Pig Complement 10ML*

38002-1 500mL
EUR 208.5

Rabbit Complement UnadsoRabbited 100mL

31060-1 100mL
EUR 332.47

Human Tissue Factor Pathway Inhibitor (TFPI) AssayMax ELISA Kit

ET1005-1 96 Well Plate
EUR 500.4

Vitronectin antibody (HRP)

60R-1036 100 ug
EUR 429.6
Description: Sheep polyclonal Vitronectin antibody (HRP) conjugated

Human Vitronectin Antibody

48629-05011 150 ug
EUR 260.4

Vitronectin Recombinant Protein

40-534-01mg 0.1 mg
EUR 311.1
Description: Vitronectin is a secreted glycoprotein which is synthesized in the liver. It circulates primarily in monomeric form, but can undergo conformational change to a structure that forms disulfide linked multimers. The multimeric Vitronectin can efficiently bind to and incorporate into the extracellular matrix. Within the matrix, Vitronectin can support cell adhesion through binding to various integrins and other proteoglycans. Additionally, recombinant vitronectin can function as a chemically defined matrix component in human embryonic stem cell renewal media. Recombinant human Vitronectin is a 459 amino acid single chain monomeric protein, which migrates at an apparent molecular weight of 75 kDa by SDS-PAGE under reducing conditions.

Vitronectin Recombinant Protein

40-534-05mg 0.5 mg
EUR 437.1
Description: Vitronectin is a secreted glycoprotein which is synthesized in the liver. It circulates primarily in monomeric form, but can undergo conformational change to a structure that forms disulfide linked multimers. The multimeric Vitronectin can efficiently bind to and incorporate into the extracellular matrix. Within the matrix, Vitronectin can support cell adhesion through binding to various integrins and other proteoglycans. Additionally, recombinant vitronectin can function as a chemically defined matrix component in human embryonic stem cell renewal media. Recombinant human Vitronectin is a 459 amino acid single chain monomeric protein, which migrates at an apparent molecular weight of 75 kDa by SDS-PAGE under reducing conditions.

Vitronectin, Human Plasma

4087-100
EUR 548.4

Vitronectin Recombinant Protein

91-362 0.05 mg
EUR 374.1
Description: Human Vitronectin/VTN is a cell adhesion and spreading factor. It can be found in the blood and the extracellular matrix (ECM). Vitronectin interacts with glycosaminoglycans and proteoglycans. The multimeric Vitronectin can efficiently bind to and incorporate into the ECM; Vitronectin can support cell adhesion through binding to various integrins and other proteoglycans. Vitronectin can be recognized by certain members of the integrin family and serves as a cell-to-substrate adhesion molecular. It can as a inhibitor of the membrane-damaging effect of the terminal cytolytic complement pathway. Vitronectin contains an endogenous cleavage site, plus cleavage sites for elastase, thrombin, and plasmin.