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Appears to be proteolytically inactive. Additionally we are shipping PAG1 Kits (7) and PAG1 Antibodies (5) and many more products for this protein.
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This study evaluated the role of PSPB blood levels in predicting multiple pregnancies and pregnancy loss in dairy cattle.
This study examines expression patterns of the genes SERPINA14, PAG, and PAG2 at the fetal-maternal interface in dairy heifers experimentally infected with N caninum during the second trimester of pregnancy, when most abortions takes place in natural conditions.
The clinical implications of these findings are that following infection with N. caninum, most cows will experience some level of placental damage and that this injury correlates with foetal fluid PAG levels and pH.
These findings indicate that IFN-gamma production correlates negatively and the production of antibodies against N. caninum is uncorrelated with plasma pregnancy-associated glycoproteins levels.
Restraint stress for 2 h during early pregnancy in heifers increased blood cortisol, but it did not affect the concentrations of progesterone and PAG-1 between days 30 to 40 of gestation.
Appears to be proteolytically inactive.
, pregnancy-specific protein B
, pregnancy-associated glycoprotein 1