Phospholipases A2 (calcium-dependent cytosolic) Assay Kit

Cat.No. : Kit-0698
Product Overview : Phospholipases A2 (calcium-dependent cytosolic) Assay Kit is a colorimetric method for assaying the activity of cPLA2.
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Storage : This kit will perform as specified if stored at -20°C and used before the expiration date indicated on the outside of the box.

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        Can PLA2 inhibitors help in reducing the risk of cardiovascular diseases? 04/03/2020

        Yes, PLA2 inhibitors have been investigated for their potential in reducing cardiovascular risk, particularly in atherosclerosis.

        How does PLA2 contribute to inflammation? 05/19/2019

        PLA2 releases arachidonic acid, which serves as a precursor for pro-inflammatory eicosanoids, leading to inflammation.

        How is PLA2 relevant in the context of neurodegenerative diseases? 08/24/2018

        PLA2 dysfunction is implicated in neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, making it a target for research and potential therapies.

        Are there genetic variations in PLA2 associated with disease susceptibility? 09/15/2017

        Genetic polymorphisms in PLA2 have been studied for their potential links to disease susceptibility, including inflammatory disorders.

        Are there drugs that target PLA2 for therapeutic purposes? 02/20/2017

        Yes, some drugs inhibit PLA2 activity to manage inflammation, as seen in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis.

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