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Structural Proteins

Structural proteins are the most abundant class of proteins in nature. Collagen is recognized as the most abundant mammalian protein. Structural proteins such as collagen, fibronectin and laminin are utilized in cell culture applications as attachment factors. Sigma® offers the most comprehensive collection of structural proteins for extracellular matrix and cytoskeletal research as well as tools for cell culture and material science applications.

Actin
Actinin
Aggrecan
Biglycan
Cadherin
Clathrin
Collagen
Decorin
Elastin
Fibrinogen/Fibrin
Fibronectin
Heparan
Keratin
Laminin
Mucin
Myelin Associated Glycoprotein
Myelin Basic Protein
Myosin
Spectrin
Tropomyosin
Troponin
Tubulin
Vimentin 
Vitronectin
  Double labeling of Mouse aorta cells image
Double labeling of Mouse aorta cells with FITC-Phalloidin and Monoclonal Anti-α-Smooth Muscle Actin, Clone No. 1A4 (Product No. A2547). From E. Ehler and Dr. A. Draeger, Institute of Molecular Biology, Academy of Sciences, Salzburg.

 

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Extracellular Matrices and Cytoskeletal Proteins
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Neural Proteins

Cell Culture Applications
Attachment Factors