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Unit 110 13120 Vanier Place
Richmond, BC V6V 2J2
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SignalChem is a biotechnology company focused on the research, development and production of innovative cell signaling products to advance basic research and drug discovery efforts, with specific emphasis on the production of highly purified biologically active human recombinant proteins. Cellular signaling or the mechanism by which a cell transmits its signals inwards, ultimately producing a specific biological response, is of fundamental clinical importance. It is well documented that aberrations in these discrete pathways have been linked to the development of a variety of human diseases including cancer, cardiovascular disease, metabolic disorders, neurodegenerative disease and inflammatory conditions amongst others. With the recent success of signal transduction inhibitors in the clinic, there is an intensive effort to identify ‘targets’ linked with the pathogenesis of a human disease and to develop selective molecules to perturb these ‘targets’ in an effort to improve patient prognosis and minimize the non-specific systemic side-effects associated with generalized treatment modalities. The founders and scientific members of SignalChem have the knowledge to understand the architecture and biology of these discrete signaling pathways and to leverage this expertise to bring value-added products to the market. SignalChem is emerging as a leader and a key contender in the life science recombinant protein market place. SignalChem’s core product areas include: active human protein kinases, active human protein phosphatases, active human phosphodiesterases, unactive signaling proteins, isoform specific antibodies, primary antibodies, secondary antibodies, tag antibodies, assay kits and biologically relevant kinase and phosphatase substrates.
Last update of this entry: October 28, 2016