NOW you can conduct flow cytometry using live cells in ONE single step.
These novel antibodies save you valuable time and resources, while empowering your research results.
✓ Developed for flow cytometry (FACS) ✓ Tested with appropriate isotype control ✓ No need for secondary antibodies ✓ Conjugated to “extracellular” antibodies ✓ Cell-surface detection of proteins ✓ Permeabilization & cell fixation not required ✓ Time saving
Within our antibody portfolio, we gladly take on special requests for customized antibody labeling/conjugation.
Lysophosphatidic acid (LPA) is a bioactive lipid molecule with a phosphate, a glycerol, and a fatty acid in its structure. The cellular effects of LPA include proliferation, migration, cytokine secretion, and morphological change. These pleiotropic actions allow LPA to participate in a wide variety of biological processes, such as brain development, oncogenesis, wound healing and cancer progression. To date, at least 6 subtypes of LPA receptors have been identified. The LPA1-3 receptors are members of the endothelial cell differentiation gene (Edg) family. All six receptors are type I, rhodopsin-like G-protein coupled receptors (GPCRs) that differ in their tissue distribution and downstream signaling pathways.