One of the most impressive treatments in cancer therapy has been the use of recombinant Interleukin-2. It's a natural molecule found in mammals' immune systems and is usually referred to as human recombinant IL-2. Scientists have found that IL-2 derives from a cytokine, one of the most abundant substances produced in the human immune system. Lymph cells and nodes are the main production locations for such molecules and are the first to fight an intruding infection to the human body.
In simple language, recombinant proteins are essential but complex biomolecules that play a major part in helping to promote living systems. They are made of essential acids that bind together into chains and have a variety of uses in tissues and cells. They help to maintain the cell growth and development process as well as determine each of our physical attributes. We all know we carry genetic markers from our parents, like height and eye color. Recombinant proteins play a big role in that. Scientists also manufacture recombinant proteins for research applications in ways we could’ve never imagined before.
Shenandoah is sending this notice to inform our customers of a change to the product specification of the following recombinant proteins; Human BDNF and Human BDNF (AF) (catalog numbers 100-01 and 100-01AF), Human/Mouse NT-3 and Human/Mouse NT-3 (AF) (catalog numbers 100-99, 100-99AF, 800-06 and 800-06AF), and Human NT-4 and Human NT-4 (AF) (catalog numbers 100-33 and 100-33AF) . All other previous product details and specifications will not change. All quality control testing has been completed and approved.
Shenandoah Biotechnology Awarded ISO 9001:2015 Certification Renewal