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Anti-Acute Phase Protein Antibodies

Acute phase proteins (APPs) are blood proteins that are an integral part of acute phase responses (APR).  The APR is a part of the innate host defense system which is triggered by tissue damage and inflammation caused by infectious, immunologic, or neoplastic agents.  Of the well-characterized APPs, C-reactive protein (CRP) and serum amyloid A (SAA) show significantly elevated levels after inflammatory irritation, surgical trauma, or inflammatory diseases, and are used as routine markers to evaluate inflammation in many diseases. (1-9)

Anti-Acute Phase Protein Antibodies

Product Catalog # Price (USD)
Mouse Anti-Canine CRP IgG Monoclonal Antibody, Clone 4D3C1 7110 246.00
Mouse Anti-Feline SAA IgG Monoclonal Antibody, Clone 8C6C10 7111 246.00
Mouse Anti-Mouse Myeloperoxidase (MPO) IgG3 Monoclonal Antibody, Clone 3B6A10 7159 246.00
Mouse Anti-Mouse Myeloperoxidase (MPO) IgM Monoclonal Antibody, Clone 8B3A6 7160 246.00


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6. R. D. Ye, L. Sun, Emerging functions of serum amyloid A in inflammation. Journal of Leukocyte Biology98, 923–929 (2015).

7. K. Sasaki et al., Evaluation of feline serum amyloid A (SAA) as an inflammatory marker. J. Vet. Med. Sci65, 545–548 (2003).

8. T. Tamamoto, K. Ohno, A. Ohmi, Y. Goto-Koshino, H. Tsujimoto, Verification of measurement of the feline serum amyloid A (SAA) concentration by human SAA turbidimetric immunoassay and its clinical application. J. Vet. Med. Sci70, 1247–1252 (2008).

9. T. Tamamoto et al., Serum amyloid A as a prognostic marker in cats with various diseases. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation25, 428–432 (2013).