Semaphorins and Plexins
Semaphorins are a class of secreted and membrane proteins that act as axonal growth cone guidance molecules. They primarily act as short-range inhibitory signals and signal through multimeric receptor complexes. They are usually cues to deflect axons from inappropriate regions, especially important in neural system development. The major class of proteins that act as their receptors are called plexins.
Two distinct transmembrane receptor families have been identified as Semaphorin receptors. Neuropilins provide binding specificity for the class 3 Semaphorins, whereas Plexins, which also contain a Sema domain serve as signaling partners for class 3 Semaphorins and as functional receptors for transmembrane Semaphorins.
|Plexin A3||GT15211||Goat IgG||H; M; R||IHC; WB; E||100 ug||$365|
|Semaphorin 3B||RA25088||Rabbit IgG||B; D; H; M; Pr; R||ICC; IF; IHC; WB||50 ul||$325|
|Semaphorin 3C||GT15077||Sheep IgG||M||IHC; WB; E||100 ug||$365|
|Semaphorin 5A||GT41026||Goat IgG||H||IHC||100 ug|
100 ug Blocking Peptide
|Semaphorin 6A||GT15056||Chicken IgY||100 ug||$365|
|Semaphorin 6A||MO15023||Rat IgG||M||IHC; WB; E||500 ug||$325|
|Semaphorin 6B||GT15165||Goat IgG||H; M||IHC; WB; E||100 ug||$365|
|Semaphorin 7A||GT15076||Goat IgG||M||WB; E||50 ug||$365|
|Semaphorin 7A||MO15041||Rat IgG||H; M||WB; E||500 ug|