Exosome isolation kits for your exosome research

Exosome Isolation Kits & Products

Discover our range of Exosome products for all of your needs

Exosomes or extracellular vesicles (EV) are small endosome derived lipid nanoparticles (50-300nm in diameter), actively secreted by exocytosis in most living cells. They are efficient signal carriers of RNA, proteins, lipids and DNA.
Involved in a wide range of normal cell and pathogenic processes including; cancer, inflammation, immunity, CNS function, cardiac cell function.

They can act as attractive starting materials for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine applications. They also offer a multicomponent diagnostic readout.
As the EVs engage in an efficient exchange of cellular components, a great potential future application would be to design exosome-based therapeutics.


Lyophilized Exosome Standards

Purified and quantified extracellular vesicles (EV) obtained from a variety of biological sources.

Exosome Isolation

Methods and tools for fast, scalable and reproducible Extracellular Vesicle (EV) purification.

Exosome Quantification

Kits for quantification and characterization of EV markers by ELISA and FACS.

Nucleic Acid Extraction

Ready-to-use kit for direct capture of EVs and exosome RNA extraction from human biofluids and cell culture media.

Exosome Antibodies

Validated polyclonal and monoclonal antibodies against common and disease- specific exosomal markers.

Liquid Biopsy

Kits for exosome isolation and analyzation of EV associated biomarkers in biofluids.

What are Exosomes?

Exosomes are small endosome derived lipid nanoparticles (30-100 nm in diameter), actively secreted by exocytosis in most living cells. Present in both normal and pathological conditions, their release occurs either constitutively or upon activation.

Where are Exosomes Found?

Exosomes have been isolated from diverse cell lines (hematopoietic cells, tumor lines, primary cultures, and virus infected cells) as well as from biological fluids e.g. serum and plasma from cancer patients, and other body fluids, including bronchoalveolar lavage fluid, pleural effusions, synovial fluid, saliva, and urine.

Functions of Exosomes

Acting on tissues in both the local environment and further afield, exosomes function as signal carriers through their cargo of RNA, proteins, lipids and DNA. Exosomes are involved in a wide range of normal and pathogenic processes including:

    • Cell metabolism and signaling
    • Inflammation
    • Immune responses
    • Metastasis and progression of tumors
    • Coagulation
    • Transfer of proteins & nucleic acids

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We offer comprehensive end-to-end exosome services for exosome purification, characterization, and engineering!

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