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Free Activin AB ELISA Test

Description:...teins have been shown to affect the growth and differentiation of a number of cell types, including cultured rat anterior pituitary cells, gonadal and neuronal cell lines, and hematopoietic progenitor and erythroleukemia cells (2). Two binding proteins have been described for the Activins and Inhibins: Foll...
Company:Diagnostic Systems Laboratories, Inc.

Free Activin A ELISA Test

Description:...teins have been shown to affect the growth and differentiation of a number of cell types, including cultured rat anterior pituitary cells, gonadal and neuronal cell lines, and hematopoietic progenitor and erythroleukemia cells (2). Two binding proteins have been described for the Activins and Inhibins: Foll...
Company:Diagnostic Systems Laboratories, Inc.

Free Activin B ELISA Test

Description:...teins have been shown to affect the growth and differentiation of a number of cell types, including cultured rat anterior pituitary cells, gonadal and neuronal cell lines, and hematopoietic progenitor and erythroleukemia cells (2). Two binding proteins have been described for the Activins and Inhibins: Foll...
Company:Diagnostic Systems Laboratories, Inc.

VisPath Analyzer (VPA)

Description:... important part of most general physical exams. Thats because eye movements and pupil responses are controlled by an extremely sensitive set of visual neuronal centers and pathways that are affected by many medical conditions. The VisPath Analyzer (VPA) provides pre-programmed visual stimuli and automates the...
Company:Visual Pathways, Inc.

Magnes 3600 WH

Description:...els and its full cortical coverage, provides the highest detector density available, along with high sampling rates, allowing study of a wide range of neuronal activity. The Magnes 3600 WH also allows a choice of detector configurations and can be equipped with radial magnetometers, axial gradiometers or a co...
Company:4-D Neuroimaging

ACE - REA Hypertension / Cardiac Evaluation, Cardiovascular 001-RK-ACD Angiotensin Converting Enzyme

Description:...e of this glycoprotein shows a single polypeptide chain, a polysaccharide residue and a zinc atom. ACE is present in many different cell types such as neuronal cells and renal proximal tubular cells, but is mostly found in endothelial cells. It is attached to the endothelial surface membrane by an anchor pept...
Company:ALPCO Diagnostics
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