PDGFRA is a cell-surface receptor for tyrosine kinase that belongs to members of the platelet-derived morphogen family. These growth factors are known as mitogens for mesenchymal-derived cells. The nature of the growth factors that is bound to a monomer receptor determines whether the receptor's functional function is homodimer or heterodimer made up of platelet-derived growth factor receptors beta and alpha polypeptides.
Platelet-derived growth factors or PDGFRA antibody is an inflammatory cell-surface tyrosine kinase receptor that belongs to the family of growth factors derived from platelets. The PDGFRA receptor is involved in the control of embryonic development and tumorigenesis, cell proliferation and survival, as well as Chemotaxis.
Variations in PDGFRA genes have been linked with idiopathic hypereosinophilic disorder, familial and somatic stomach stromal tumors, as well as various other types of cancer. Platelet-derived growth factor alpha the cell surface tyrosine-kinase receptor that belongs to the family of growth factors derived from platelets.
These growth factors act as mitogens for mesenchymal-derived cells. The nature of the growth factors that is bound to a monomer receptor determines if the receptor is a homodimer, or heterodimer that is composed of PDGFR beta and alpha polypeptides. PDGFR alpha is involved in the development of organs as well as wound healing and progression of tumors.
Alpha platelet derived growth factor receptor antibody, CD140 antigen-like family member A antibody, CD140a antibody, MGC74795 antibody, PDGF alpha chain antibody, PDGFR 2 antibody, PDGFR alpha antibody, Platelet derived growth factor receptor 2 antibody, Rearranged in hypereosinophilia platelet derived growth factor receptor alpha fusion protein antibody, THE PDGFRA antibody.