Factor XIII

Plasma factor XIII is a tetrameric molecule composed of two A subunits (83kDa) and two B subunits (80kDa). Thrombin cleaves a peptide bond within the A chain to form activated factor XIII. Factor XIIIa is the final component of the blood clotting cascade and is responsible for cross-linking fibrin.

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    Catalog # Specificity Isotype ELISA Blotting Data Sheet and Pricing Add To Cart
  • GMA-004 IgG1 Purified factor XIII Does not blot View Add To Cart
  • GMA-033 B subunit IgG1 Human factor XIII and the B subunit Human factor XIII B subunit View Add To Cart