Cytokines and chemokines

Cytokines and their receptors regulate inflammatory, physiological and pathological pathways. The most important groups of cytokines are the interferons (IFN-alpha, -beta and -gamma) and the interleukins. Other important cytokines are tumor necrosis factor-a (TNF-alpha) and lymphotoxin. Cytokines include chemokines: cytokines with chemotactic properties.
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  1. MMP2, Human, clone 3A8-C1-E8
    100 µg
    IA W
    HM2388
  2. IL-10, Human, clone 3C12C12
    100 µg
    IA W
    HM2387
  3. TIMP-2, Human, pAb
    100 µg
    IA IF W
    HP9076
  4. TIMP-1, Human, pAb
    100 µg
    IA W
    HP9075
  5. IL-33, Human, pAb
    100 µg
    IA P W
    HP9074
  6. IL-22, Human, pAb
    100 µg
    IA W
    HP9073
  7. IL-12B p40, Human, pAb
    100 µg
    IA P W
    HP9072
  8. IP-10, Human, mAb 6D4
    10 mg
    FC F IA IF W
    HM2030-10MG
  9. IP-10, Human, mAb 6D4
    5 mg
    FC F IA IF W
    HM2030-5MG
  10. IP-10, Human, mAb 6D4
    1 mg
    FC F IA IF W
    HM2030-1MG
  11. TNF-RII, Human, mAb MR2-1
    10 mg
    FC F FS IA IF IP W
    HM2007-10MG
  12. TNF-RII, Human, mAb MR2-1
    5 mg
    FC F FS IA IF IP W
    HM2007-5MG
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F Frozen sections
FC Flow cytometry
FS Functional studies
IA Immuno assays
IF Immuno fluorescence
IP Immuno precipitation
P Paraffin sections
W Western blot

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