Recombinant human FGF-2 (bFGF) 154 aa protein (Qk027)
Recombinant human FGF2 protein (154 aa) is a highly bioactive, long–form of human fibroblast growth factor 2 protein. FGF-2 protein is used to support the maintenance of human embryonic stem cells and proliferation and differentiation of induced pluripotent and mesenchymal stem cells. This 154 aa form of FGF-2 comprises the core structured region and N-terminal extension.
High purity and bioactivity 17 kDa FGF-2 / bFGF protein, animal-free (AOF) and carrier-protein free (CF).
Unlock the Potential: Qkine’s Human BMP4 Protein – The Key to Stem Cell Differentiation and More
When it comes to cellular differentiation and embryogenesis, few proteins hold as much sway as the Bone Morphogenetic Protein 4 (BMP4). Introducing Qkine’s Human BMP4 protein, a master regulator that not only serves as a beacon for embryonic and pluripotent stem cells but also offers a multifaceted approach to cellular development.
Bone Morphogenetic Proteins, or BMPs, have been on the scientific radar since the 1960s. Originally identified for their ability to induce bone and cartilage formation, these proteins have since been spotlighted for their extensive roles in embryonic development. BMP4, in particular, has been celebrated for its influence in various differentiation pathways, its prominence underscored by decades of meticulous research.
Usage and Broad Applications
Qkine’s Human BMP4 protein is a versatile tool, indispensable for any laboratory engaged in stem cell research or cellular differentiation studies. At the core of embryogenesis, BMP4 lays the groundwork for the development of embryonic stem cells and induced pluripotent stem cells. Its influence, however, doesn’t stop there. The BMP4 protein is pivotal in directing mesenchymal cells toward adipocyte differentiation, adding another layer of potential to regenerative medicine and tissue engineering applications.
Beyond the realm of stem cells, BMP4 plays a defining role in the challenging realm of epithelial cancer EMT, offering researchers invaluable insights into cancer cell behavior and potential therapeutic pathways. Moreover, its involvement in regulating neuronal and glial cell development makes Qkine’s BMP4 protein a cornerstone for neurobiology research, unlocking the secrets of the brain and nervous system.