Identification of Receptor Ligands in Apo B100 Reveals Potential Functional Domains

Identification of Receptor Ligands in Apo B100 Reveals Potential Functional Domains

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Single Donor Human Plasma from Innovative Research was recently used in the following study:

Identification of Receptor Ligands in Apo B100 Reveals Potential Functional Domains

Juan Guevara Jr., Jamie Romo Jr., Ernesto Hernandez, Natalia Valentinova Guevara
The Protein Journal, 26 September 2018

"... The actual receptor ligand(s) in apolipoprotein B100, one of the main proteins of LLP, remain(s) unknown. The objective of this study was to identify true receptor ligand(s) in apo B100, a molecule of 4563 residues... LDL Purification Highly purified preparations of low-density lipoproteins were obtained from single donor human plasma with sodium-EDTA added at time of collection (Innovative Research Corporation, Novi, MI). LDL was ..."

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