Pooled Complement Human Serum - May 2, 2017

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(May 2, 2017) Innovative Research's Pooled Complement Human Serum was recently used in the following study:

Low expression of complement inhibitory protein CD59 contributes to humoral autoimmunity against astrocytes

Z Wang, W Guo, Y Liu, Y Gong, X Ding, K Shi, R Thome… - Brain, Behavior, and …, 2017 ... In a different set of experiments, 3 days after lentivirus injection, mice were injected in situ with 6 μl IgG NMO or IgG con with 4 μl human complement (hC) (Innovative Research, Novi, MI). The animals recovered normally without significant complication. ...

  • Tags: Human Serum, Pooled Human Complement Serum

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