Ramon and Cajal: PSAP antibody role in cancer research

Post by Ramon:

You can check out my brief story on the guest blog for Proteintech about the PSAP anitbody:

PSAP Anitbody Uncovers Potential Role of Prosaposin in Cancer Survival

Prosaposin or PSAP, a glycoprotein encoded by the PSAP gene, can be cleaved into four products: saposins A, B, C, and D. All four are important for the hydrolysis of sphingolipids ― compounds known to play an important role in signal transmission and cell recognition.  Continue reading…

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