Product References — Proteins

Characterization of Atherosclerotic Plaque Coating for Thrombosis Microfluidics Assays

Posted by Adam Awdish on

Characterization of Atherosclerotic Plaque Coating for Thrombosis Microfluidics Assays

Human Factor X Purified from Innovative Research was used in the following study:   Characterization of Atherosclerotic Plaque Coating for Thrombosis Microfluidics Assays M. F. A. Karel, T. P. Lemmens, B. M. E. Tullemans, S. J. H. Wielders, E. Gubbins, D. Van Beurden, S. Van Rijt, and J. M. E. M. Cosemans Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering October 11, 2021 Atherothrombotic events, such as stroke or myocardial infarction, caused by plaque disruption resulting in the exposure of plaque constituents to blood remain a major cause of death in the western world to this day. The combination of plaque constituents and flowing...

Read more →

Tissue Plasminogen Activator Effects on Fibrin Volume and the Ocular Proteome in a Juvenile Rabbit Model of Lensectomy

Posted by Adam Awdish on

Tissue Plasminogen Activator Effects on Fibrin Volume and the Ocular Proteome in a Juvenile Rabbit Model of Lensectomy

Rabbit tPA Recombinant Active from Innovative Research was used in the following study:   Tissue Plasminogen Activator Effects on Fibrin Volume and the Ocular Proteome in a Juvenile Rabbit Model of Lensectomy Jonathon B. Young; Amanda Rae Buchberger; Joseph D. Bogaard; Linda Berg Luecke; Matthew Runquist; Christine M. B. Skumatz; Iris S. Kassem Translational Vision Science & Technology December 2021 Despite advances in the ability to treat cataracts over the years, children with cataracts and pediatric patients suffering from Uveitis tend to express increased inflammation and fibrin scarring following intraocular surgery. This exaggerated immune response following operation has the potential...

Read more →

Identification of the Factor XII Contact Activation Site Enables Sensitive Coagulation Diagnostics

Posted by Adam Awdish on

Identification of the Factor XII Contact Activation Site Enables Sensitive Coagulation Diagnostics

Human Factor XII Purified, Human Kallikrein Purified, and Human Prekallikrein Purified from Molecular Innovations were used in the following study:   Identification of the Factor XII Contact Activation Site Enables Sensitive Coagulation Diagnostics Marco Heestermans, Clément Naudin, Reiner K. Mailer, Sandra Konrath, Kristin Klaetschke, Anne Jämsä, Maike Frye, Carsten Deppermann, Giordano Pula, Piotr Kuta, Manuel A. Friese, Mathias Gelderblom, Albert Sickmann, Roger J. S. Preston, Jerzy-Roch Nofer, Stefan Rose-John, Lynn M. Butler, Ophira Salomon, Evi X. Stavrou, and Thomas Renné Nature Communications September 22, 2021 Blood coagulation is an essential part of stopping bleeding at the site of vascular injuries....

Read more →

In Vitro Validation Assessment of a Fecal Occult Blood Protein Test for Horses

Posted by Adam Awdish on

In Vitro Validation Assessment of a Fecal Occult Blood Protein Test for Horses

Horse Albumin Purified Lyophilized from Innovative Research was used in the following study:   In Vitro Validation Assessment of a Fecal Occult Blood Protein Test for Horses Irena Rebalka, PhD; Michael I. Lindinger, PhD Journal of Equine Veterinary Science June 25, 2021 Unlike omnivorous or carnivorous animals, the presence of blood proteins in the feces of herbivores is not normal. Herbivores normally don’t consume animal proteins in their foods, and they typically have GI tracts with tight barriers, so the chance of blood proteins to be present in fecal matter resulting from the animal’s diet or from a leaky gut...

Read more →

Associative Interactions among Zinc, Apolipoprotein E, and Amyloid-β in the Amyloid Pathology

Posted by Corey Marcath on

Associative Interactions among Zinc, Apolipoprotein E, and Amyloid-β in the Amyloid Pathology

Human Plasmin Purified from Innovative Research was used in the following study:   Associative Interactions among Zinc, Apolipoprotein E, and Amyloid-β in the Amyloid Pathology Shin Bi Oh, Jung Ah Kim, SuJi Park, and Joo-Yong Lee International Journal of Molecular Sciences 25 January 2020 “Zinc and apolipoprotein E (apoE) are reportedly involved in the pathology of Alzheimer’s disease. To investigate the associative interaction among zinc, apoE, and amyloid-β (Aβ) and its role in amyloid pathogenesis, we performed various biochemical and immunoreactive analyses using brain tissues of Tg2576 mice and synthetic Aβ and apoE peptides. …The protein pellets were resuspended and...

Read more →


×