E-Selectin (CD62E) ELISA Kit


Human E-selectin ELISA kit is designed for detecting in vitro quantitative levels of e-selectin (ELAM-1, CD62E, LECAM2) in human serum, cell culture supernatant, plasma, other biological fluids and cell lysates. This assay has a minimum sensitivity limit of 2.51 ng/ml.


E-selectin (also called LECAM2, ELAM-1 and CD62E) is only expressed in endothelial cells that have activated by cytokines and it is a cell adhesion molecules which consists of 6 sushi domain units, EDF-like domain, transmembrane domain, intracellular cytoplasmic tail, C-type lectin domain and an N-terminal. The expression of p-selectin is responsible for stimulating the production of E-selectin which in turn is stimulated by IL-1, TNF-alpha and lipopolysaccharide. The following E-selectin ELISA kit can be used for analysing many types of diagnostic applications. Like many of the other selectins, it is also responsible in playing vital roles during inflammation – it is important in recruiting leukocytes to the site of injury. Cytokine activated endothelial cells that are expressing E-selectin have the ability to bind CD44, PSGL-1 and many other ligands which are unidentified. There are also many findings to indicate that E-selectin is able to mediate the adhesion of tumor cells to endothelial cells. It is also fast becoming a popular biomarker for the metastatic potential of a number of cancers such as colorectal cancer. This E-selectin ELISA kit offers a detection sensitivity limit of 2.51 ng/ml and can be used to measure human cell lysates, biological fluids, cell culture supernatant, plasma and serum samples.


The minimum detection sensitivity level of CD62E (E-selectin, ELAM-1, LECAM2) using current human E-selectin ELISA kit was 2.51 ng/ml. The dynamic range for this assay is 5.0 – 2,000 ng/ml.


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  • Full Name: E-Selectin (CD62E) ELISA Kit
  • Reactivity: Human
  • Sample Type: Cell Lysates, Serum, Cell Culture Supernatant, Plasma, Other Biological Fluids
  • Sensitivity: 2.51 ng/ml



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