Unique, High Performance Reagents for Investigating Molecules that Regulate Immune Cell Functions
Recombinant proteins are frequently used in immunology research to investigate the function of a specific protein, the effects of a specific protein on different immune cell types, or protein-protein interactions. We offer R&D Systems recombinant proteins, which are guaranteed to be highly pure, bioactive, display lot-to-lot consistency, and have low endotoxin levels to instill confidence in your results and ensure that your data will be reproducible.
Our extensive collection of proteins coupled with our bioassay expertise allows us to provide the most dependable selection of blocking/neutralization antibodies on the market. We use proliferation, chemotaxis, protein secretion, adhesion, or in vitro enzyme neutralization assays to ensure that our antibodies block/neutralize the appropriate cellular function, and continuously add new assays to ensure the highest specificity based on the latest research data.
We provide a wide range of industry-leading, high performance Tocris small molecules for investigating the functions of chemokine and cytokine receptors, toll-like receptors, the inflammasome, immune checkpoint molecules, the complement system, and molecules involved in immune cell signaling pathways.