Endothelial cells line the interior of all blood vessels and are typically one of the most quiescent cell types in the body. These cells are derived from a common angioblast precursor and subsequently develop organ specific properties. Although embryonic endothelial cells exhibit much heterogeneity within and between organs, multiple proteins expressed by endothelial cells can be used to distinguish these cells from other cell types in the body. Differentiation of endothelial cells is governed by several factors, including the immediate microenvironment, interactions with surrounding cells, and the local release of cytokines and growth factors

Images: LYVE-1 staining of endothelial cells of human lung blood vessels. Note presence of RBCs within vessel lumen.

NameCatalog #TypeSpeciesApplicationsSizePrice
ACE/CD143GT15145Goat IgGH; RIHC; WB; FC; E100 ug$365
ACE/CD143-Phycoerythrin LabeledFC15000Mouse IgGH; RFC100 Tests$305
CD31/PECAM-1GT15190Sheep IgGHIHC; WB; E100 ug$365
CD34/HPCA1MO20026Mouse IgGHIHC100 ul$155
CD34/HPCA1MO18004Mouse IgGHIHC100 ul$305
EMAP IIRA34002Rabbit IgGHE; WB100 ul$245
LYVE-1RA25047Rabbit IgGMIHC; WB100 ul$285
TIE2/CD202bGT15148Goat IgGHIHC; WB; E100 ug$365
TRAIL R1/CD261GT15061Goat IgGHIHC; WB; E100 ug$365
VEGF R2 (FLK1/KDR)RA25011-500Rabbit IgGH; M; RIHC500 ul
100 ul
VEGF R3 (Flt-4)MO20013Mouse IgGHIHC100 ul$150
ZO1RA34004Rabbit IgGHFC; IF; IHC; WB100 ul$455