Murine Anti- Factor VIII
Fibrinogen is a dimer of three pairs of disulfide-bonded chains: Aα, Bβ, and γ. Thrombin cleavage of fibrinopeptides A and B on the Aα and Bβ chains of plasma fibrinogen converts the soluble 340 kDa protein into an interconnected network of insoluble fibrin strands. GMA-035 binds human fibrinogen in solid-phase ELISA and western blot applications.
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Species Reactivity: Human
Specificity: Human fibrinogen
Immunogen: Human fibrinogen
ELISA: Binds human fibrinogen in solid-phase ELISA.
Immunoblotting: Western blot detects fibrinogen under reduced and non-reduced conditions.
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