|recombinant human BMP-4 protein (Qk038)||£200.00 – £450.00|
Human BMP4 (bone morphogenetic protein 4) protein is a key regulator of embryogenesis and supports the differentiation of embryonic stem cells and induced pluripotent stem cells. In addition, BMP4 plays roles in the differentiation of mesenchymal cells to adipocytes, epithelial cancer EMT, and regulating neuronal and glial cell development.
Highly pure 26 kDa disulfide–linked bioactive dimer comprised of the mature domain of human BMP4 protein (animal-free and carrier protein-free).
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|recombinant human FGF-9 protein (Qk039)||£120.00 – £1,600.00|
Human FGF-9 protein is a member of the fibroblast growth factor (FGF) family, FGF-9 is involved in many developmental processes including neural and skeletal development. Recombinant FGF9 is used frequently in the generation of kidney organoids.
Highly pure and bioactive 23 kDa FGF-9 protein, animal-derived component free (ACDF) and carrier-protein free (CF)
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|recombinant human EGF protein (Qk011)||£50.00 – £175.00|
Human EGF protein is a potent EGF-family growth factor used in many human and mouse organoid and stem cell culture systems including intestinal and tumor (cancer) organoid culture.
A pure 6.3 kDa biologically active mature human epidermal growth factor. Our recombinant EGF protein is manufactured to the highest purity in E. coli and extensively tested, making it ideal for use in chemically defined iPSC, ESC and organoid culture media.
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|recombinant human LIF protein (Qk036)||£120.00 – £1,600.00|
Human LIF (leukemia inhibitory factor) protein suppresses the differentiation of embryonic stem cells (ESCs) and is widely used in ESC and iPSC culture (1). Human LIF can be used in the maintenance of both murine and human ESCs in feeder or feeder-free chemically defined culture systems (2).
LIF is a pleiotrophic factor that belongs to the IL-6 superfamily of cytokines. Acting through a heterodimeric receptor of gp130 and gp190, LIF can activate a number of cellular pathways including the JAK/STAT, PI3K and MAPK pathways (3).
Qkine human LIF protein is high purity and animal and carrier-protein free for reproducible results.
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|recombinant human noggin protein (Qk034)||£160.00 – £2,400.00|
Human noggin supports growth of organoids derived from epithelial tissues and iPSC and ESC differentiation. Noggin protein is a bone morphogenetic protein (BMP) family antagonist used in the culture of intestinal, pancreatic, lung and tumor-derived organoids; epithelial organoid culture (WNR media), maintenance of undifferentiated embryonic stem cells and for stem cell differentiation into neural and microglial lineages.
Qkine human noggin protein is a highly pure 46kDa bioactive dimer for reproducible results in organoid culture.
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|recombinant mouse Noggin protein (Qk033)||£160.00 – £2,400.00|
Mouse Noggin supports growth of organoids derived from mouse epithelial tissues and stem cell differentiation. Noggin protein is a bone morphogenetic protein (BMP) family antagonist used in the culture of intestinal, pancreatic, lung and tumor-derived organoids; maintenance of embryonic stem cells and differentiation into neural lineages.
Qkine recombinant mouse noggin protein is a highly pure 46kDa bioactive dimer for reproducible results (animal-free and carrier-protein free).
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