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**Product Being Discontinued…Please See Below**
For future orders, Thermo Fisher Scientific offers high-quality lipoprotein reagents under the Invitrogen™ and Gibco™ brands.
The available replacement can be found here: Invitrogen™ Low Density Lipoprotein from Human Plasma, Acetylated (AcLDL)
Useful in the study of endothelial cells and microglia. Also useful as a positive control of foam cell formation.Lipoprotein, low density, acetylated, human plasma is used for receptor binding to murine peritoneal macrophages. Further, it is taken up by macrophage and endothelial cells that possess scavenger receptors specific for the modified LDL.
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