Human Resistin ELISA Kit Reference 11-7-2015

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Innovative Research's Human Resistin ELISA Kit was recently used in the following study:

(11-7-15)

PDF Monocyte chemoattractant protein-1, trans-forming growth factor-1, nerve growth factor, resistin and hyaluronic acid as serum markers: comparison between

MG Kamath, CG Pai, A Kamath, A Kurien - 2015
... The serum markers were determined by using commercially available ELISA kits for MCP-1 (Yes Biotech Laboratories Ltd., Canada), TGF-1 (Yes Biotech Labo- ratories Ltd.), NGF (Signosis, Inc., Sunnyvale, CA, USA), Resistin (Innovative Research, Novi, MI, USA) and HA ...

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