A Large Collection of Mitochondrial Antibodies and Products Now Available.
Apr 05 2007 Read 2091 Times
Antibodies from the collection have been developed into kits for a number of purposes including drug discovery and toxicity studies. Kits are also available for the diagnosis of the many mitochrondrial-related diseases or drug-induced mitochondrial toxicity. The MitoSciences library of anti-mitochondrial monoclonal antibodies is made to exacting standards of specificity and utility.
Mitochondria provide energy to cells and contain their own maternally-inherited DNA. Mutations in mitochondrial DNA result in a wide range of conditions with many different clinical symptoms. For some conditions, detecting the abnormality remains a real challenge as the biochemical change observed is very subtle, and also because of the vast numbers of different genetic defects in patients with mitochondrial disease.
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