|Products||Anti-PEBP Polyclonal Antibody, unconjugated, Clone ZLK.17 from Invitrogen|
|Item||Anti-PEBP Polyclonal Antibody, unconjugated, Clone ZLK.17|
|Description||The PhosphatidylEthanolamine-Binding Protein (PEBP) does not share significant homology with other serine protease inhibitors. PEBP is expressed in the central nervous system, spleen, testis, ovary, muscle, and stomach. One important role PEBP is involved in is exerting inhibitory activity against several serine proteases including thrombin, neuropsin, and chymotrypsin. Serine proteases are involved in many processes during development and tissue homeostasis. Serine proteases degrade components of the extracellular matrix to allow outgrowth of neuronal processes or cell migration, promote cell death, and act as mitogenic or survival factors. The activity of the serine protease is regulated by their inhibitors. PEBP is important in the outgrowth and maintenance of neuronal processes. Another role of PEBP includes the organization of the plasma membrane during cell growth and development.|
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