Technology Bundle ID
TAB-2966

Rabbit Antisera to Various Matrix, Matricellular, and Other Secreted Proteins

Linked ID
E-135-2008-0
Lead Inventors
Larry Fisher (NIDCR)
Development Stages
Development Status
Early-stage
ICs
The extracellular matrix (ECM) is composed of a group of proteins that regulate many cellular functions, such as cell shape, adhesion, migration, proliferation, and differentiation. Deregulation of ECM protein production or function contributes to many pathological conditions, including asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, arthrosclerosis, and cancer. Scientists at the NIH have developed antisera against various ECM components such as proteoglycan, sialoprotein, collagen, etc.. These antisera can be used as research tools to study the biology of extracellular matrix molecules.
Commercial Applications
  • Studying the biology of extracellular matrix molecules.

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