In-Vivo Antibodies for Blocking and Detecting Proteins Involved in Cell Migration and Adhesion from Bio X Cell

by | Jul 2, 2024 | Cancer, Immunology, in vivo Studies, Neurology

IN VIVO ANTIBODIES FROM BIO X CELL

Block Cell Adhesion And Migration Molecules In Vivo

Cell adhesion and migration proteins are key to our development and survival as they allow our cells to bind and move. Dysfunction of cell adhesion and migration occurs during cancer metastasis, making adhesion molecules appealing targets for the design of cancer therapeutics. To explore their role in tumor biology and cancer progression, we understand you need antibodies that deliver reliable results as you move from in vitro to in vivo assays.

Bio X Cell offers several adhesion molecule blocking antibodies specifically formulated for in vivo research. Explore our products for antibodies against various integrins, selectins, cadherins, and more.

All products listed on this site and sold through LAB-A-PORTER Limited are for research use only (RUO). Not for human use. Not for therapeutic or diagnostic use.

ABOUT BIO X CELL

Antibodies For In Vivo Research

Bio X Cell antibodies are formulated for in vivo experiments and used extensively in animal models of human disease. They feature greater than 95% purity, ultra-low endotoxin levels, and are presevative, stabilizer, and carrier protein-free. Bio X Cell has developed a wide range of antibodies for immuno-oncology, immunology, and neuroscience research. Their products are cited in over 15,000 publications that detail a broad range of applications, including in vivo cell-specific depletion, cytokine neutralization, immune checkpoint blockade, and more.

 

    • Exceptional Purity
    • Pathogen Free
    • Ultra-low Endotoxin Level
    • Advanced Binding Validation
    • Low Protein Aggregation
    • Marching Isotype Control Antibodies

All products listed on this site and sold through LAB-A-PORTER Limited are for research use only (RUO). Not for human use. Not for therapeutic or diagnostic use.

Learn more on our comprehensive in-vivo research reagents today.

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