Human basic fibroblast growth factor

Chemistry: natural resins or derivatives; peptides or proteins; – Proteins – i.e. – more than 100 amino acid residues – Hormones – e.g. – prolactin – thymosin – growth factors – etc.


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530350, 530851, C07R 1300




An angiogenic factor is disclosed which is a purified, single-polypeptide-chain protein having at least one active site possessing an activity selected from the group consisting of mitogenic activity, chemotactic activity, the ability to stimulate protease synthesis and combinations thereof. This angiogenic factor exhibits substantial homology to and is immunologically equivalent to the native angiogenic factor isolatable from human placental tissues. The amino acid sequence of this angiogenic factor is also disclosed. In addition, a method for isolation of the purified angiogenic factor from human placental tissues is set forth. Pharmaceutical preparations incorporating this angiogenic factor are described.

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