Plasminogen / Angiostatin

Plasminogen, precursor of the active protease plasmin, is a single chain glycoprotein of 92 kDa. Found in plasma at a concentration of 200 ug/ml, it contains 5 disulfided-bonded structures termed “kringles” and a serine protease domain at the carboxy-terminus. Plasmin is primarily responsible for digesting fibrin clots.

Angiostatin, a 38 kDa fragment of plasma consisting of kringles 1 through 4, has anti-angiogenisis activity.

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    Catalog # Specificity Isotype ELISA Blotting Data Sheet and Pricing Add To Cart
  • GMA-013 Kringles 1-3 segment of plasminogen IgG1 Recombinant human plasminogen and angiostatin Recombinant human plasminogen and angiostatin View Add To Cart
  • GMA-016 Kringles 1-4 segment of plasminogen IgG1 Recombinant human plasminogen and angiostatin Recombinant human plasminogen and angiostatin View Add To Cart
  • GMA-086 plasminogen IgG1 plasminogen and angiostatin plasminogen and angiostatin View Add To Cart