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Human Centriole and Centrosome Antibody IgG ELISA Kit

MBS039049-10x96StripWells 10x96-Strip-Wells
EUR 6725

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Human True insulin ELISA kit

1 plate of 96 wells
EUR 822
Description: A competitive ELISA for quantitative measurement of Human True insulin in samples from blood, plasma, serum, cell culture supernatant and other biological fluids. This is a high quality ELISA kit developped for optimal performance with samples from the particular species.

Human True insulin ELISA kit

96T
EUR 700
Description: ELISA

Human True Insulin ELISA Kit

10x96-Strip-Wells
EUR 6725

Human True Insulin ELISA Kit

48-Strip-Wells
EUR 550

Human True Insulin ELISA Kit

5x96-Strip-Wells
EUR 3420

Human True Insulin ELISA Kit

96-Strip-Wells
EUR 765

Human True Insulin GENLISA ELISA

1 x 96 wells
EUR 286

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Human Growth Hormone, pituitary 20K Recombinant Protein

500-004S 10 µg
EUR 178.5
Description: Growth Hormone (GH), also known as somatotropin, is a pleiotropic cytokine of the hematopoietic growth factor superfamily, which encompasses most cytokines, hematopoietic growth factors, and related receptors, and includes the related growth hormone receptor, prolactin, placental lactogens, proliferins, and somatolactin (SST). GH is primarily recognized for its anabolic role in stimulating the growth and differentiation of muscle, bone, and cartilage. A number of other functions, including immunomodulatory actions, are also attributed to GH, due in part to the pervasive distribution of its receptors, and the indirect effects associated with GH-stimulated production of insulin-like growth factors (IGFs). Occurring predominantly in the somatotropes of the anterior pituitary, whereupon it is stored in secretory granules, production of GH has also been noted in many other tissues, including those of the hematopoietic system. The production and pulsatile release of circulating GH is very tightly regulated by both negative and positive feedback regulations of pituitary and hypothalamic hormones, such as Pituitary-specific Positive Transcription Factor 1 (POU1F1), Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone (GHRH), and somatostatin (SRIF). Deficient production of GH is associated with dwarfism and reduction of lean body mass, while overproduction is associated with acromegaly and gigantism, as well as breast tumor growth. Recombinant Human Growth Hormone is a 22.3 kDa, single, non-glycosylated polypeptide chain containing 192 amino acid residues.

Human Growth Hormone, pituitary 22K Recombinant Protein

500-005 500 µg
EUR 330.75
Description: Growth Hormone (GH), also known as somatotropin, is a pleiotropic cytokine of the hematopoietic growth factor superfamily, which encompasses most cytokines, hematopoietic growth factors, and related receptors, and includes the related growth hormone receptor, prolactin, placental lactogens, proliferins, and somatolactin (SST). GH is primarily recognized for its anabolic role in stimulating the growth and differentiation of muscle, bone, and cartilage. A number of other functions, including immunomodulatory actions, are also attributed to GH, due in part to the pervasive distribution of its receptors, and the indirect effects associated with GH-stimulated production of insulin-like growth factors (IGFs). Occurring predominantly in the somatotropes of the anterior pituitary, whereupon it is stored in secretory granules, production of GH has also been noted in many other tissues, including those of the hematopoietic system. The production and pulsatile release of circulating GH is very tightly regulated by both negative and positive feedback regulations of pituitary and hypothalamic hormones, such as Pituitary-specific Positive Transcription Factor 1 (POU1F1), Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone (GHRH), and somatostatin (SRIF). Deficient production of GH is associated with dwarfism and reduction of lean body mass, while overproduction is associated with acromegaly and gigantism, as well as breast tumor growth. Recombinant Human Growth Hormone is a 22.3 kDa, single, non-glycosylated polypeptide chain containing 192 amino acid residues.

Human Growth Hormone, pituitary 22K Recombinant Protein

500-005S 100 µg
EUR 199.5
Description: Growth Hormone (GH), also known as somatotropin, is a pleiotropic cytokine of the hematopoietic growth factor superfamily, which encompasses most cytokines, hematopoietic growth factors, and related receptors, and includes the related growth hormone receptor, prolactin, placental lactogens, proliferins, and somatolactin (SST). GH is primarily recognized for its anabolic role in stimulating the growth and differentiation of muscle, bone, and cartilage. A number of other functions, including immunomodulatory actions, are also attributed to GH, due in part to the pervasive distribution of its receptors, and the indirect effects associated with GH-stimulated production of insulin-like growth factors (IGFs). Occurring predominantly in the somatotropes of the anterior pituitary, whereupon it is stored in secretory granules, production of GH has also been noted in many other tissues, including those of the hematopoietic system. The production and pulsatile release of circulating GH is very tightly regulated by both negative and positive feedback regulations of pituitary and hypothalamic hormones, such as Pituitary-specific Positive Transcription Factor 1 (POU1F1), Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone (GHRH), and somatostatin (SRIF). Deficient production of GH is associated with dwarfism and reduction of lean body mass, while overproduction is associated with acromegaly and gigantism, as well as breast tumor growth. Recombinant Human Growth Hormone is a 22.3 kDa, single, non-glycosylated polypeptide chain containing 192 amino acid residues.

Human Growth Hormone, placental 20K Recombinant Protein

500-006 50 µg
EUR 173.25
Description: Growth Hormone (GH), also known as somatotropin, is a pleiotropic cytokine of the hematopoietic growth factor superfamily, which encompasses most cytokines, hematopoietic growth factors, and related receptors, and includes the related growth hormone receptor, prolactin, placental lactogens, proliferins, and somatolactin (SST). GH is primarily recognized for its anabolic role in stimulating the growth and differentiation of muscle, bone, and cartilage. A number of other functions, including immunomodulatory actions, are also attributed to GH, due in part to the pervasive distribution of its receptors, and the indirect effects associated with GH-stimulated production of insulin-like growth factors (IGFs). Occurring predominantly in the somatotropes of the anterior pituitary, whereupon it is stored in secretory granules, production of GH has also been noted in many other tissues, including those of the hematopoietic system. The production and pulsatile release of circulating GH is very tightly regulated by both negative and positive feedback regulations of pituitary and hypothalamic hormones, such as Pituitary-specific Positive Transcription Factor 1 (POU1F1), Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone (GHRH), and somatostatin (SRIF). Deficient production of GH is associated with dwarfism and reduction of lean body mass, while overproduction is associated with acromegaly and gigantism, as well as breast tumor growth. Recombinant Human placental Growth Hormone K20 is a 20.4 kDa, single, non-glycosylated polypeptide chain containing 177 amino acid residues. Placental Growth Hormone 20K is devoid of lactogenic (prolactin receptor mediated) activity characteristic to pituitary GHs.

Human Growth Hormone, placental 20K Recombinant Protein

500-006S 10 µg
EUR 178.5
Description: Growth Hormone (GH), also known as somatotropin, is a pleiotropic cytokine of the hematopoietic growth factor superfamily, which encompasses most cytokines, hematopoietic growth factors, and related receptors, and includes the related growth hormone receptor, prolactin, placental lactogens, proliferins, and somatolactin (SST). GH is primarily recognized for its anabolic role in stimulating the growth and differentiation of muscle, bone, and cartilage. A number of other functions, including immunomodulatory actions, are also attributed to GH, due in part to the pervasive distribution of its receptors, and the indirect effects associated with GH-stimulated production of insulin-like growth factors (IGFs). Occurring predominantly in the somatotropes of the anterior pituitary, whereupon it is stored in secretory granules, production of GH has also been noted in many other tissues, including those of the hematopoietic system. The production and pulsatile release of circulating GH is very tightly regulated by both negative and positive feedback regulations of pituitary and hypothalamic hormones, such as Pituitary-specific Positive Transcription Factor 1 (POU1F1), Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone (GHRH), and somatostatin (SRIF). Deficient production of GH is associated with dwarfism and reduction of lean body mass, while overproduction is associated with acromegaly and gigantism, as well as breast tumor growth. Recombinant Human placental Growth Hormone K20 is a 20.4 kDa, single, non-glycosylated polypeptide chain containing 177 amino acid residues. Placental Growth Hormone 20K is devoid of lactogenic (prolactin receptor mediated) activity characteristic to pituitary GHs.

Human Growth Hormone, placental 22K Recombinant Protein

500-007 50 µg
EUR 278.25
Description: Growth Hormone (GH), also known as somatotropin, is a pleiotropic cytokine of the hematopoietic growth factor superfamily, which encompasses most cytokines, hematopoietic growth factors, and related receptors, and includes the related growth hormone receptor, prolactin, placental lactogens, proliferins, and somatolactin (SST). GH is primarily recognized for its anabolic role in stimulating the growth and differentiation of muscle, bone, and cartilage. A number of other functions, including immunomodulatory actions, are also attributed to GH, due in part to the pervasive distribution of its receptors, and the indirect effects associated with GH-stimulated production of insulin-like growth factors (IGFs). Occurring predominantly in the somatotropes of the anterior pituitary, whereupon it is stored in secretory granules, production of GH has also been noted in many other tissues, including those of the hematopoietic system. The production and pulsatile release of circulating GH is very tightly regulated by both negative and positive feedback regulations of pituitary and hypothalamic hormones, such as Pituitary-specific Positive Transcription Factor 1 (POU1F1), Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone (GHRH), and somatostatin (SRIF). Deficient production of GH is associated with dwarfism and reduction of lean body mass, while overproduction is associated with acromegaly and gigantism, as well as breast tumor growth. Recombinant Human placental Growth Hormone K22 is a 22.3 kDa, single, non-glycosylated polypeptide chain containing 192 amino acid residues. Placental Growth Hormone 22K is devoid of lactogenic (prolactin receptor mediated) activity characteristic to pituitary GHs.

Human Growth Hormone, placental 22K Recombinant Protein

500-007S 10 µg
EUR 178.5
Description: Growth Hormone (GH), also known as somatotropin, is a pleiotropic cytokine of the hematopoietic growth factor superfamily, which encompasses most cytokines, hematopoietic growth factors, and related receptors, and includes the related growth hormone receptor, prolactin, placental lactogens, proliferins, and somatolactin (SST). GH is primarily recognized for its anabolic role in stimulating the growth and differentiation of muscle, bone, and cartilage. A number of other functions, including immunomodulatory actions, are also attributed to GH, due in part to the pervasive distribution of its receptors, and the indirect effects associated with GH-stimulated production of insulin-like growth factors (IGFs). Occurring predominantly in the somatotropes of the anterior pituitary, whereupon it is stored in secretory granules, production of GH has also been noted in many other tissues, including those of the hematopoietic system. The production and pulsatile release of circulating GH is very tightly regulated by both negative and positive feedback regulations of pituitary and hypothalamic hormones, such as Pituitary-specific Positive Transcription Factor 1 (POU1F1), Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone (GHRH), and somatostatin (SRIF). Deficient production of GH is associated with dwarfism and reduction of lean body mass, while overproduction is associated with acromegaly and gigantism, as well as breast tumor growth. Recombinant Human placental Growth Hormone K22 is a 22.3 kDa, single, non-glycosylated polypeptide chain containing 192 amino acid residues. Placental Growth Hormone 22K is devoid of lactogenic (prolactin receptor mediated) activity characteristic to pituitary GHs.

Human Growth Hormone Receptor (hGH binding protein), soluble Recombinant Protein

500-008 100 µg
EUR 462
Description: The somatotropin receptor (GHR) is the protein in the cell membrane of vertebrates to which the hormone somatropin (somatotropin, STH, GH), a growth factor, binds. The receptor belongs to the cytokine receptors. Its main actions are activation of a JAK-STAT signaling pathway, expression of insulin-like growth factor 1, and binding to the tyrosine kinase-coupled receptors SHP-2, which cause overall and length growth and fat loss in the body during the growth phase. Mutations in the GHR gene can lead to somatropin resistance and this can lead to a form of short stature called Laron syndrome.GHR in humans is produced primarily in liver and skeletal muscle. Three of the four GHR isoforms are transmembrane receptors, and the soluble isoform is called somatropin-binding protein (GHBP). It lacks the cytoplasmic domain, and by reversible binding to somatropin, it functions as a buffer for this hormone in blood plasma.

Human Growth Hormone Receptor (hGH binding protein), soluble Recombinant Protein

500-008S 50 µg
EUR 330.75
Description: The somatotropin receptor (GHR) is the protein in the cell membrane of vertebrates to which the hormone somatropin (somatotropin, STH, GH), a growth factor, binds. The receptor belongs to the cytokine receptors. Its main actions are activation of a JAK-STAT signaling pathway, expression of insulin-like growth factor 1, and binding to the tyrosine kinase-coupled receptors SHP-2, which cause overall and length growth and fat loss in the body during the growth phase. Mutations in the GHR gene can lead to somatropin resistance and this can lead to a form of short stature called Laron syndrome.GHR in humans is produced primarily in liver and skeletal muscle. Three of the four GHR isoforms are transmembrane receptors, and the soluble isoform is called somatropin-binding protein (GHBP). It lacks the cytoplasmic domain, and by reversible binding to somatropin, it functions as a buffer for this hormone in blood plasma.

Bovine Growth Hormone Recombinant Protein

500-009 500 µg
EUR 367.5
Description: Plays an important role in growth control. Its major role in stimulating body growth is to stimulate the liver and other tissues to secrete IGF-1. It stimulates both the differentiation and proliferation of myoblasts. It also stimulates amino acid uptake and protein synthesis in muscle and other tissues.

Bovine Growth Hormone Recombinant Protein

500-009S 100 µg
EUR 199.5
Description: Plays an important role in growth control. Its major role in stimulating body growth is to stimulate the liver and other tissues to secrete IGF-1. It stimulates both the differentiation and proliferation of myoblasts. It also stimulates amino acid uptake and protein synthesis in muscle and other tissues.

Chicken Growth Hormone Recombinant Protein

500-010 50 µg
EUR 278.25
Description: Chicken recombinant growth hormone (chGH) produced in E.Coli (22 K) is a single, non-glycosylated, polypeptide chain containing 191 amino acids with an additional Ala at its N-terminus and having a molecular mass of 22237 Dalton. For reference see Eliasiewicz et al. (2006) Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1091:501-508.

Chicken Growth Hormone Recombinant Protein

500-010S 10 µg
EUR 178.5
Description: Chicken recombinant growth hormone (chGH) produced in E.Coli (22 K) is a single, non-glycosylated, polypeptide chain containing 191 amino acids with an additional Ala at its N-terminus and having a molecular mass of 22237 Dalton. For reference see Eliasiewicz et al. (2006) Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1091:501-508.

Chicken Growth Hormone mutant (G119R) Recombinant Protein

500-011 50 µg
EUR 278.25
Description: Chicken recombinant growth hormone (chGH) mutein G119R produced in E.Coli (22 K) is a single, non-glycosylated, polypeptide chain containing 191 amino acids with an additional Ala at its N-terminus and having a molecular mass of 22.3 kDa. For reference see Eliasiewicz et al. (2006) Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1091:501-508.

Chicken Growth Hormone mutant (G119R) Recombinant Protein

500-011S 10 µg
EUR 178.5
Description: Chicken recombinant growth hormone (chGH) mutein G119R produced in E.Coli (22 K) is a single, non-glycosylated, polypeptide chain containing 191 amino acids with an additional Ala at its N-terminus and having a molecular mass of 22.3 kDa. For reference see Eliasiewicz et al. (2006) Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1091:501-508.

Ovine Growth Hormone Recombinant Protein

500-012 50 µg
EUR 278.25

Ovine Growth Hormone Recombinant Protein

500-012S 10 µg
EUR 162.75