Mouse PAI-1 ELISA Kit Reference - 10-5-15

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Innovative Research's Mouse PAI-1 ELISA Kit was recently used in the following study:

(10-5-15)

Neutralization of the antifibrinolytic function of plasminogen activator inhibitor1 resolves skin fibrosis

R Lemaire, T Burwell, H Sun, T Delaney, J Bakken - Arthritis & Rheumatology, 2015
... Mouse active PAI-1 and active plasmin levels were determined in plasma and skin lysates using ELISA kits as instructed by manufacturer (Innovative Research (Novi, Michigan). RNA analysis. Murine skin tissues were homogenized using a Polytron (Kinematica, Bohemia, ...

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