Anti-CT153 Antibody Products

Anti-CT153 antibodies can be readily obtained from commercial sources. The CT153 protein is a reported synonym for the human gene PRSS55, encoding serine protease 55. The full-length protein is 38,856 daltons in mass with 2 identified isoforms. This protein is reported to contain sites of glycosylation. Visit the antibody supplier page for key details, including validated applications and target specificity.

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