SCPEP1: Target/Biomarker Introduction, products summarized (antibody/ADC/bispecific/antigen/ORF vector/VLP) and disease/indication/condition/MOA for drug discovery and IVD
It's the GeneMedi's summary page for Target/Biomarker Introduction of SCPEP1. The page also collects GeneMedi's different modalities and formats products for SCPEP1 in therapeutics/drug discovery and IVD diagnostics, which is including antibody, ADC, bispecific, antigen, ORF vector, VLP, etc. With GeneMedi's target-insight database-GM ITD database, the SCPEP1 target is also connected to human indications/diseases/conditions/MOA.
Target sublocation: Secreted Protein/Potential Cytokines.
Predicted to enable serine-type carboxypeptidase activity. Predicted to be involved in negative regulation of blood pressure and retinoic acid metabolic process. Predicted to act upstream of or within blood vessel diameter maintenance. Located in extracellular exosome. [provided by Alliance of Genome Resources, Apr 2022]
|Gene Official Name||SCPEP1|
|Gene Alias||HSCP1, RISC|
|Protein Sub-location||Secreted Protein/Potential Cytokines|
Pre-made anti-SCPEP1 inhibitory monoclonal antibody(mab, blocking antibody inhibitor)-benchmark antibody for drug discovery and mechanism of action (MOA) research
Pre-made anti-SCPEP1 benchmark inhibitory monoclonal antibody(mab, blocking antibody inhibitor) is expressed by mammalian cell line as a benchmark antibody for cell culture, ELISA or other affinity binding assay or functional assay development, animal model development, PK/PD model development (Pharmacokinetics & Pharmacodynamic). The anti-SCPEP1 mab is expressed and produced by mammalian cell line as a benchmark reference therapeutic antibody for biological drug discovery items including cell culture, assay development, animal model development, PK/PD model development (Pharmacokinetics & Pharmacodynamic) and mechanism of action (MOA) research.
|Cat No.||Antibody Name||Format||Classified by tag||Order|
|GM-Tg-hg-SE1271-Ab||Anti-SCPEP1 monoclonal antibody||mab||Biofunctional antibody|