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Guest Blog – The ADAM Family: Key to Breast Cancer Metastasis?

admin March 6, 2012

By Henry Stanley ADAM12, a member of the ADAM (‘a disintegrin and metalloprotease’) protein family, has piqued the interest of the breast cancer research community. Discovered more than a decade ago, ADAM12‘s role in many cellular and physiological processes is well established: from fertilization to neurogenesis. However, recent research using Proteintech Group antibodies is uncovering… Continue Reading »

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Matrix Metalloproteinase Antibodies

admin March 6, 2012

The study of matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs) is highly relevant to cancer research, particularly in the area of metastasis. Secreted into the extracellular matrix (ECM), these zinc-dependent endopeptidases are capable of degrading many kinds of ECM protein and facilitating invasion and migration. Conversely they can also inhibit metastasis in certain scenarios. Proteintech has a collection of… Continue Reading »

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