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Key Global Native Antigen Manufacturers & Suppliers

Native proteins retain the functional characteristics displayed by a protein in vivo. The process includes extracting native proteins directly from the human source while preserving correct protein folding, three-dimensional shape and post-translational modifications. Yashraj Biotechnology Limited has access to a wide range of human fluids and tissues and this is where we extract native proteins from. Our selection of high quality native proteins are available in a variety of purities and formulations. Moreover, these are linked to disease areas such as cancer, heart and kidney disease, infectious diseases and autoimmunity

Native - Inflammatory Markers

Name Source Request for Quote
C – Reactive Protein
(CRP)
Human Fluids
D-Dimer
Human Plasma
Calprotectin
Human Neutrophils

Native - Cancer Markers

Name Source Request for Quote
Breast Cancer
Antigen (CA 15-3)
Human Fluids
Gastrointestinal Cancer
Antigen (CA 19-9)
Human Fluids
Gynecological Cancer
Antigen (CA 72-4)
Human Fluids
Ovarian Cancer
Antigen (CA 125)
Human Fluids
Carcino-Embryonic
Antigen (CEA)
Cancer Fluids
Prostrate Specific
Protein (PSA)
Human Seminal
Plasma
Human Epididymis
Protein 4 (HE4)
Human Cancer
Fluids
Alpha-Feto
Protein (AFP)
Human Cord
Blood
Kappa Free
Light Chain
Human urine
Lambda Free
Light Chain
Human urine
PSA- ACT Complex
Human Seminal
and Blood Plasma

Native - Infection Markers

Name Source Request for Quote
Hepatitis B surface
Antigen (HBsAg-Ad)
Human Blood
Hepatitis B surface
Antigen (HBsAg-Ay)
Human Blood

Native - Renal Markers

Name Source Request for Quote
Alpha-1-Microglobulin
(A1M)
Human Urine
Βeta-2-Microglobulin
(B2M)
Human Urine
Cystatin C
Human Urine
Retinol-Binding
Protein (RBP)
Human Renal Failure Urine

Native - Veterinary Markers

Name Source Request for Quote
Canine C- Reactive
Protein (cCRP)
Canine fluids

Native - Other Markers

Name Source Request for Quote
Soluble Transferrin
Receptor (sTfR)
Human Plasma
Ferritin
Human Placental Fluid
Transferrin (Iron rich)
Human Plasma
Transferrin (Low Iron)
Human Plasma
Myeloperoxidase (MPO)
Human Neutrophils