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Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor (bFGF)blog_1.jpg
bFGF participates in the process of wound healing, tissue repair, in the survival, proliferation and differentiation of immature neural cells. It has mitogenic and angiogenic properties and is actively involved in inflammatory bowel disease processes. bFGF and its receptors are expressed by granulosa cells (GCs) of healthy follicles at all stages of development.
Product Name CAT No. Purity Chemical Structure
bFGF (119 - 126), Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor, human ONP10061 ≥98%
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