Vascular and Lymphatic System Biomarker Detection Service

Vascular and lymphatic system plays an important role in the maintenance of tissue fluid homeostasis and spread of skin cancer, and its related biomarkers have development potential in the treatment and management of tumor diseases. Creative BioMart Biomarker has a wealth of experience in detecting biomarkers related to vascular and lymphatic system, and can provide customers with fast and accurate test results to meet customer research needs and help customers shorten the research cycle.

Vascular and Lymphatic System

Vascular and lymphatic system plays an important role in the physiological function of the human body. The cardiovascular system is a closed circulatory system and blood is pumped from the heart to the surroundings. While the lymphatic system is a one-way, open system with no central driving force. The lymphatic system is composed of lymphatic vessels and lymphoid organs. Lymph refers to a protein-rich substance that extravagates from the blood vessels. The lymph flows from the capillaries extravasate into the capillary lymph vessels of peripheral tissues, and then can return to the venous circulation through the larger collection lymph vessels and thoracic duct. Lymphatic vessels are present in almost all tissues. The lymphatic system helps the immune system function. The lymphatic vessels can transport immune cells from the skin to local lymph nodes and initiate specific immune reactions there. In addition, the lymphatic system also plays an important role in intestinal lipid absorption, inflammatory diseases and tumor metastasis.

Why Study Vascular and Lymphatic System-Related Biomarkers?

The study of these biomarkers can not only promote the understanding of the lymphatic system, but also help in-depth study of tumor proliferation, migration and vessels formation related to vascular and lymphatic system. Biomarkers have research prospects and clinical significance in the early diagnosis, disease course monitoring, prognosis analysis and treatment management of various diseases. Vascular and lymphatic system-related biomarkers have an indicator effect on lymphangiogenesis, lymphatic vessel infiltration and tumor metastasis in various tumors in clinic, and can be used as relevant biomarkers for these clinical symptoms, which helps to better monitor and treat various vascular and lymphatic system-related tumor diseases.

Schematic illustration of the blood vascular and lymphatic system.Figure 1. Schematic illustration of the blood vascular and lymphatic system. (Cueni, et al. 2006)

Our Advantages

  • Guarantee high accuracy and sensitivity for single biomarker detection
  • Ensure high repeatability of single biomarker detection
  • Short turn-around time of detection service
  • Competitive price in the market of detection services
  • Provide multiple detection methods
  • Accept a wide range of sample types

Our Single Biomarker Detection Services Related to Vascular and Lymphatic System (including but not limited to the following):

  • Angiopoietin-2 Detection Service
  • Endoglin Detection Service
  • VEGFR-3 Detection Service
  • VEGF-C Detection Service
  • VEGF-D Detection Service
  • LYVE-1 Detection Service
  • Prox-1 Detection Service
  • Podoplanin Detection Service

Workflow of Single Biomarker Detection at Creative BioMart Biomarker

Workflow

Creative BioMart Biomarker provides high-quality detection services for vascular and lymphatic system-related biomarkers that are applicable to a variety of biomarkers. If you do not find detection services for your research object on this webpage, you can find more biomarkers in biomarker menu or contact us to get more help. We have a technical team with rich experience in tumor biomarker detection, as well as multiple technical platforms suitable for biomarker detection, capable of accurate, specific and sensitive detection for various types of samples. If you are seeking vascular and lymphatic system biomarker detection services, please feel free to contact us, we look forward to being your trusted partner.

References:

  1. Cueni, L. N.; Detmar, M. New insights into the molecular control of the lymphatic vascular system and its role in disease. Journal of Investigative Dermatology. 2006, 126(10): 2167-2177.
  2. Kong, L. L.; et al. The optimum marker for the detection of lymphatic vessels. Molecular and Clinical Oncology. 2017, 7(4): 515–520.

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