Human Lactoferrin Breakthrough
August 21, 2007; St. Louis, Missouri: Lee Biosolutions is now offering lactoferrin from human neutrophils to the clinical research community for use in a variety of laboratory studies.
Human Lactoferrin is an iron-binding protein found in milk, tears, mucus and bile, as well as neutrophils. The Lactoferrin protein has been shown in research to be a natural antioxidant, antibiotic, anti-fungal, antiviral, and immune booster.
Research regarding lactoferrin has found that its levels in urine can accurately diagnose urinary tract infection in humans. Lactoferrin has also been tested, in a number of bodily fluids, as a marker of neutrophilic inflammation. Lactoferrin research is helping to identify its role in fighting against various infections and inflammations.
According to Lee Biosolutions President Burton Lee, lactoferrin is the latest in a number of products the company is featuring. We have been able to also isolate high purity neutrophil proteins such as Myeloperoxidase, proteinase 3, cathepsin G, myeloperoxidase, Eosinophil peroxidase, Eosinophil cationic protein and lyosozyme.
Lee Biosolutions is able to supply matching affinity purified polyclonal antibodies to Lactoferrin.
Lee Biosolutions has become a leader in the clinical diagnostiC industry by providing the highest quality products to clinical labs and researchers around the world, developing tomorrows cures.
For over 30 years, Lee Biosolutions has been providing proteins, enzymes and other materials to research facilities around the country that work to advance the healthcare industry. By providing Solutions on Demand, Lee Biosolutions has become the preferred source for diagnostic proteins such as human renin and human myeloperoxidase (MPO). WWW.LEEBIO.COM
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