Exploring ARSD Biology: Applications of Antibodies in Understanding Cellular Functions

ARSD Antibody

An ARSD antibody is a type of protein-specific antibody designed to target the ARSD protein. ARSD, also known as Arylsulfatase D, is an enzyme involved in the metabolism of sulfated compounds within cells. ARSD antibodies are utilized in research to detect and study the expression, localization, and function of ARSD in various biological samples, aiding in the understanding of its roles in cellular processes and potential implications in health and disease.


Neurodegenerative diseases

ARSD expression has been detected in the brain, and alterations in ARSD activity have been implicated in neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease. ARSD antibodies are employed in research aimed at understanding the role of ARSD in neuronal function and neurodegeneration.

Cell signaling pathways

ARSD has been reported to interact with various signaling molecules and participate in intracellular signaling pathways. ARSD antibodies are utilized to investigate the interactions between ARSD and other proteins, as well as the downstream effects of ARSD activation or inhibition on cellular signaling events.

Cancer research 

ARSD has been implicated in cancer progression and metastasis in various types of cancer. ARSD antibodies are valuable tools for studying the role of ARSD in cancer biology, including its expression levels in tumor tissues, its association with cancer prognosis, and its potential as a therapeutic target.



High specificity to the ARSD protein, ensuring accurate detection and minimal cross-reactivity with other proteins. This specificity is crucial for obtaining reliable results in experiments.



Ability to detect even low levels of ARSD expression, enabling researchers to analyze samples with varying levels of protein expression and to detect subtle changes in expression levels.



Compatibility with various experimental techniques such as Western blotting, immunohistochemistry, immunofluorescence, and flow cytometry. This versatility allows researchers to choose the most suitable technique for their specific research needs.

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