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T22539 Abn-CBD Others
GPR55 cannabinoid receptor agonist
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TMPJ-00149 CFD Protein, Mouse, Recombinant (His) Mouse Human Cells
Complement factor D, also known as adipsin, is a member of the chymotrypsin family of serine proteases, which plays an essential role in host defense as the rate-limiting enzyme in the alternative pathway of complement activation. Complement factor D activates a convertase (C3bBb) responsible for cleavage of the complement protein C3, which leads to the activation of terminal complement component C5-9 to form the membrane attack complex on microbial or cellular surfaces. It also functions in the...
TMPK-00755 Complement Factor D/CFD Protein, Human, Recombinant (hFc) Human HEK293
Complement factor D is a serine protease essential for the activation of the alternative pathway and is expressed in the kidney, adipocytes, and macrophages. Factor D is found at relatively high levels in glomeruli suggesting that this component of the complement cascade could influence renal pathophysiology.Complement factor D or alternative pathway activation is needed to prevent spontaneous accumulation of C3 and IgM deposits within the mesangium.
TMPK-00671 Complement Factor D/CFD Protein, Rhesus macaque, Recombinant (His) Rhesus macaque HEK293
Complement factor D is a serine protease essential for the activation of the alternative pathway and is expressed in the kidney, adipocytes, and macrophages. Factor D is found at relatively high levels in glomeruli suggesting that this component of the complement cascade could influence renal pathophysiology.Complement factor D or alternative pathway activation is needed to prevent spontaneous accumulation of C3 and IgM deposits within the mesangium.
TMPK-00151 Complement Factor D/CFD Protein, Mouse, Recombinant (hFc) Mouse HEK293
Complement factor D is a serine protease essential for the activation of the alternative pathway and is expressed in the kidney, adipocytes, and macrophages. Factor D is found at relatively high levels in glomeruli suggesting that this component of the complement cascade could influence renal pathophysiology.Complement factor D or alternative pathway activation is needed to prevent spontaneous accumulation of C3 and IgM deposits within the mesangium.
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