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GWB provides manufacturers and laboratories with over 80 human and animal biological products including Vitamin D free human serum, human serum for ultra-sensitive testing, human serum albumin/gamma globulin, and rabbit gamma globulin.
When extracted from rice seeds, the protein is "physically and chemically equivalent to blood-derived human serum albumin in New York.
Researchers have identified more than 4,000 chemical components of human blood that can be used to detect and treat various illnesses, according to the article "The Human Serum Metabolome" in the Feb.
Ex vivo study results showed that VitaGranate stimulated PON I in human serum by as much as 47%.
If you take a test tube of HIV and add crocodile serum, it will have a greater effect than human serum," said Australian researcher Adam Britton.
The product is approved for the detection of antibodies to HIV in human serum, plasma or whole blood and is the first and only device to be approved for use with all three sample types.
In mice genetically engineered to make human serum amyloid P, CPHPC lowered the concentration of serum amyloid P in the blood and shrank amyloid deposits.
Optiferrin[TM], a recombinant human transferrin (rhTF) protein produced by Ventria Bioscience using ExpressTec, has been shown to be biochemically and structurally similar to human transferrin (hTF) molecules derived either from human serum or a recombinant mammalian expression system, according to a paper published today in the Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry.