The sIL6R is purified by proprietary chromatographic techniques.
Store, frozen at -20°C for longer periods of time.
Please avoid freeze thaw cycles.
Title: IL-6 loss causes ventricular dysfunction, fibrosis, reduced capillary density, and dramatically alters the cell populations of the developing and adult heart
Publication: American Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulatory Physiology 296.5 (2009): H1694-H1704.
Link: sIL 6R prospec publication
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Research Paper on Interleukin-6 Soluble Receptor Human Recombinant
Interleukin-6 (IL-6) Soluble Receptor Human Recombinant holds a critical place in immunological research, offering a unique lens into the intricate world of immune signaling. This research paper explores the molecular intricacies and the profound implications of IL-6 Soluble Receptor Human Recombinant in the context of immune responses. As we unravel its functions, synonyms, including DIF, TNFA, and TNFSF2, and potential applications, we gain valuable insights into the multifaceted role of immune regulation.
IL-6 Soluble Receptor Human Recombinant has emerged as a focal point of interest in the field of immunology. This paper aims to provide a comprehensive overview of its molecular characteristics and its role in shaping immune responses.
Molecular Insights and Receptor Specificity:
Delving into the molecular structure of IL-6 Soluble Receptor Human Recombinant, we uncover its pivotal role in binding IL-6. Its high affinity and specificity contribute to precise modulation of IL-6-mediated signaling pathways.
Mediating Immune Responses:
IL-6 exerts profound effects on immune cell activation, inflammation, and homeostasis. IL-6 Soluble Receptor Human Recombinant acts as a strategic player in fine-tuning these responses by sequestering IL-6, thereby influencing immune balance.
Synonyms and Complex Interactions:
Understanding the synonyms linked to IL-6, such as DIF, TNFA, and TNFSF2, enriches our comprehension of immune signaling networks. The interplay between IL-6 Soluble Receptor Human Recombinant and these molecules intricately shapes immune outcomes.
Potential Therapeutic and Diagnostic Applications:
The implications of IL-6 Soluble Receptor Human Recombinant extend beyond research settings. Its potential as a therapeutic candidate for immune-related disorders and its diagnostic utility in disease monitoring highlight its translational significance.
Clinical Relevance and Future Prospects:
IL-6 Soluble Receptor Human Recombinant's clinical potential is underscored by its role in diseases characterized by dysregulated IL-6 signaling. Investigating its role as a therapeutic intervention paves the way for innovative treatment strategies.
In the realm of immunology, IL-6 Soluble Receptor Human Recombinant emerges as a key regulator of immune equilibrium. Its molecular intricacies, vital functions, and potential therapeutic implications position it as a cornerstone in unraveling immune responses and disease pathogenesis.
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