Coagulation Factor VIII (F8) ELISA Kits

F8 encodes coagulation factor VIII, which participates in the intrinsic pathway of blood coagulation\; factor VIII is a cofactor for factor IXa which, in the presence of Ca+2 and phospholipids, converts factor X to the activated form Xa. Additionally we are shipping Factor VIII Antibodies (260) and Factor VIII Proteins (24) and many more products for this protein.

list all ELISA KIts Gene Name GeneID UniProt
F8 14069 Q06194
F8 2157 P00451
F8 302470  
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Dog 31.25 ng/mL 125-8000 ng/mL Typical standard curve 96 Tests 15 to 18 Days
$788.33
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Human 30 pg/mL 78 pg/mL - 5000 pg/mL 96 Tests 13 to 16 Days
$700.00
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Mouse 0.273 ng/mL 0.62 ng/mL - 40 ng/mL 96 Tests 13 to 16 Days
$720.00
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Rat 4.688 pg/mL 7.813-500 pg/mL Typical standard curve 96 Tests 12 to 14 Days
$638.00
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Pig
  96 Tests 2 to 3 Days
$867.90
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Chicken 0.188 ng/mL 0.313-20 ng/mL   96 Tests 12 to 14 Days
$616.00
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Monkey 0.188 ng/mL 0.313-20 ng/mL   96 Tests 12 to 14 Days
$616.00
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Rabbit 18.75 pg/mL 31.25-2000 pg/mL   96 Tests 12 to 14 Days
$616.00
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Dog 28 pg/mL 78 pg/mL - 5000 pg/mL   96 Tests 8 to 12 Days
$1,043.85
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Goat
  96 Tests 15 to 18 Days
$707.14
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Top referenced Factor VIII ELISA Kits

  1. Human Factor VIII ELISA Kit for Sandwich ELISA - ABIN456987 : Wang, Yuan, Zhong, Wen, Deng, Liang, Zheng: The anticoagulant effect of PGI2S and tPA in transgenic umbilical vein endothelial cells is linked to up-regulation of PKA and PKC. in International journal of molecular sciences 2014 (PubMed)
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Zebrafish Coagulation Factor VIII (F8) interaction partners

  1. gene is flanked by factor VII and factor X genes; gene encodes a protein homologous to factor VII, but lacks critical residues for factor VII activity; functions as an inhibitor of blood coagulation in biochemical assays using zebrafish or human plasmas

Mouse (Murine) Coagulation Factor VIII (F8) interaction partners

  1. The increased immunogenicity of oxidized FVIII was not reverted by treatment of mice with N-acetyl cysteine, and did not implicate an increased maturation of professional antigen-presenting cells. Data document that oxidation influences the immunogenicity of therapeutic FVIII.

  2. Haemophilic animals (F8(-/-) mice) fed a high fat/fructose diet are highly prone to hepatic steatosis and thrombocytopenia.

  3. CD32 blockade suppresses the FVIII-specific recall response by two ways: i) increasing apoptosis of FVIII-specific memory B-cells and ii) disturbing FVIII-specific T cell response by modulating presentation of rhFVIII to CD4(+) T cells.

  4. Type 2N von Willebrand disease variants were associated with decreased VWF secretion and impaired factor VIII binding/stability.

  5. Cytokine release was quantified from FVIII(-/-) splenocytes restimulated with FVIII in the absence or presence of different anti-FcgammaRIIB (CD32) Antibodies (anti-CD32 mAbs) over 6 days.

  6. results revealed localized vascular expression of FVIII and von Willebrand factor and identified lymphatic endothelial cell as a major cellular source of FVIII in extrahepatic tissues.

  7. the results indicate that residues in the C1 and/or C2 domains of factor VIII are implicated in immunogenic factor VIII uptake, at least in vitro Conversely, in vivo, the binding to endogenous von Willebrand factor masks the reducing effect of mutations in the C domains on factor VIII immunogenicity.

  8. Describe a genetically engineered mouse model of hemophilia A with complete deletion of the F8 gene.

  9. data demonstrate that infusion of platelets containing FVIII triggers neither primary nor memory anti-FVIII immune response in FVIII(null) mice

  10. Both platelet-VWF and plasma-VWF are required for optimal platelet-derived FVIII gene therapy for hemophilia A in the presence of inhibitors.

  11. These data support the investigation of FVIII orthologs as treatment modalities in both the congenital and acquired FVIII inhibitor settings.

  12. Extrahepatic sources of factor VIII potentially contribute to the coagulation cascade correcting the bleeding phenotype of mice with hemophilia A.

  13. Activatable bioengineered FIX molecules with FVIII-independent activity might be a promising tool for improving hemophilia A treatment, especially for patients with inhibitors.

  14. This study demonstrated that FVIIIa interacts with Low-density lipoprotein receptor-related protein 1 cluster III.

  15. a fragment containing only approximately 20% of the VWF sequence is sufficient to support FVIII stability in vivo

  16. Endothelial cells from multiple, but not all, tissues contribute to the plasma FVIII pool in the mouse.

  17. Endothelial cells are the predominant, and possibly exclusive, source of plasma FVIII.

  18. Micro-computed tomography analysis of distal tibia metaphyses also revealed for the first time a major impact of the FVIII/thrombin/PAR1 axis on the dynamic bone structure, showing reduced bone.

  19. Findings indicate that improving protein trans-splicing by inter-chain disulfide bonding is a promising approach for increasing the efficacy of dual-vector based FVIII gene transfer.

  20. Acute elevations in FVIII levels result in a non-linear thrombogenic effect, with non-significant increases in thrombogenic risk. Prolonged elevation of plasma FVIII did not further increase the thrombogenic potential of elevated FVIII levels.

Human Coagulation Factor VIII (F8) interaction partners

  1. Our study suggests that deep intronic variant of c.5999-277G>A may be a hot spot mutation for mild hemophilia patients without mutation in exonic DNA.

  2. Development of Factor VIII Inhibitor in a Patient with an Uncommon de novo Mutation in the Factor VIII Gene.

  3. Cirrhosis-induced plasma hypercoagulability can be partly explained by opposite changes in two factors: protein C level decrease and FVIII level increase.

  4. The combination of a high factor VIII and a low protein C increased coronary heart disease risk synergistically.

  5. The K408 in the A2 domain of factor VIII provides an interactive-site for FX in the factor Xase complex.

  6. The impact of F8 mutations in non-severe hemophilia A patients on the protein structure and hence, diagnostic bioassay accuracy, has been evaluated.

  7. The type of F8 mutation is the main predictor of inhibitor development in patients with severe hemophilia A. Findings confirm an association between the synthesis of minute amounts of FVIII and inhibitor protection.

  8. the fraction of mosaic cells with an F8 promoter deletion may affect phenotype severity in a family with hemophilia A

  9. results provide novel insights on the adsorption and binding mechanism of the FVIII on cell membrane and will be helpful for the design of anticoagulant materials

  10. The D' domain of von Willebrand factor requires the presence of the D3 domain for optimal factor VIII binding.

  11. We demonstrated a high concordance in an appreciable number of siblings that developed inhibitors to FVIII or not. The presence of Inv22 and Inv1 in our population was associated to a moderate risk of developing inhibitors.

  12. Clustered F8 missense mutations cause hemophilia A by combined alteration of splicing and protein biosynthesis and activity

  13. Differential impacts of ectopic N-glycosylation on FVIII folding, trafficking and activity, which highlight complex disease-causing mechanisms of FVIII missense mutations.

  14. This study describes an original pathological mechanism by which a small intronic deletion in F8 leads to Alu exonization.

  15. A common polymorphism decreases LRP1 mRNA stability and is associated with increased plasma factor VIII levels

  16. F8 and F9 gene variants result from a founder effect in two large French haemophilia cohorts

  17. our results demonstrate that the N-glycosylation sequon in the A2 domain is located in a structural element that is critically required for proper folding and conformation of FVIII.

  18. The aim of this study was to determine the F8 mutations in severe HA (sHA) patients and female carriers

  19. Human FVIII gene transfer without in vivo selection of manipulated cells can introduce immune tolerance in hemophilia A mice and this immune tolerance is CD4(+) T cell mediated.

  20. In Factor VIII, 41 mutations were identified, 19 of which were novel and 80% (44/55) of the pathogenic mutations fell into the categories of missense, nonsense(16.36%), frameshift (14.55%), and splice (5.45%) mutations.

Pig (Porcine) Coagulation Factor VIII (F8) interaction partners

  1. It was concluded that VEGF and factor VIII are important growth factors associated with fetal development in pigs and are identified in all uterine segments.

  2. Report Factor VIII organisation on nanodiscs with different lipid composition.

  3. thrombin stimulates transglutaminase activity in articular cartilage by directly cleaving factor XIII and by receptor-mediated up-regulation of factor XIII synthesis

  4. cupredoxin-like A1 subdomains in fVIII contain inter-species differences that are a result of selective pressure on the dissociation rate constant

Cow (Bovine) Coagulation Factor VIII (F8) interaction partners

  1. two factor VIII missense mutations are associated with a mild form of haemophilia A in German Fleckvieh cattle

  2. Factor VIIIc is responsible for tissue invasion during tumor progression.

  3. A missense mutation (p.Leu2153His) of the factor VIII gene causes cattle haemophilia A.

Factor VIII (F8) Antigen Profile

Antigen Summary

This gene encodes coagulation factor VIII, which participates in the intrinsic pathway of blood coagulation\; factor VIII is a cofactor for factor IXa which, in the presence of Ca+2 and phospholipids, converts factor X to the activated form Xa. This gene produces two alternatively spliced transcripts. Transcript variant 1 encodes a large glycoprotein, isoform a, which circulates in plasma and associates with von Willebrand factor in a noncovalent complex. This protein undergoes multiple cleavage events. Transcript variant 2 encodes a putative small protein, isoform b, which consists primarily of the phospholipid binding domain of factor VIIIc. This binding domain is essential for coagulant activity. Defects in this gene results in hemophilia A, a common recessive X-linked coagulation disorder.

Gene names and symbols associated with Coagulation Factor VIII (F8) ELISA Kits

  • coagulation factor VIIi (f7i) antibody
  • coagulation factor VIII (F8) antibody
  • coagulation factor VIII, procoagulant component (F8) antibody
  • AHF antibody
  • Cf-8 antibody
  • Cf8 antibody
  • DXS1253E antibody
  • F8B antibody
  • F8C antibody
  • fb61d02 antibody
  • FVIII antibody
  • HEMA antibody
  • wu:fb61d02 antibody

Protein level used designations for Coagulation Factor VIII (F8) ELISA Kits

Factor VIII , procoagulant component , antihemophilic factor , coagulation factor VIII , coagulation factor VIIIc , factor VIII F8B , coagulation factor VIII, procoagulant component (hemophilia A) , factor VIII , coagulation co-factor

GENE ID SPECIES
282671 Danio rerio
14069 Mus musculus
2157 Homo sapiens
397339 Sus scrofa
403875 Canis lupus familiaris
100271720 Bos taurus
100303761 Oryctolagus cuniculus
302470 Rattus norvegicus
100359363 Ovis aries
422199 Gallus gallus
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