Neuprex

Active Ingredient(s): BPI Protein, Recombinant, rh-BPI-21
Category: Immune System



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Bactericidal/permeability-increasing protein (BPI) is a 456-residue (~50kDa) protein that is part of the innate immune system.[1] It belongs to family of lipid-binding serum glycoproteins. Contents 1 Distribution and function 2 rBPI21 3 References 4 External links Distribution and function BPI was initially identified in neutrophils, but is found in other tissues including the epithelial lining of mucous membranes.[2] It is an endogenous antibiotic pro...

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