Kingfisher Biotech, Inc.

Kingfisher Biotech, Inc. is committed to accelerating basic veterinary and animal model research by developing and commercializing reagents to various species, many of which have been previously underserved. Our products span over two dozen species (bovine, canine, caprine, catfish, chicken, cynomolgus monkey, dolphin, equine, feline, guinea pig, hamster, human, mouse, ovine, rabbit, rat, swine, turkey, zebrafish, etc...). Our product offering includes recombinant proteins, polyclonal antibodies, monoclonal antibodies, and ELISAs. Our facility is in St Paul, within the UEL (University Enterprise Laboratories), a collaborative research center, located in between the University of Minnesota Minneapolis and St. Paul campuses.


The Role of BAFF in B cell Biology and Autoimmunity

The Role of FasL/Fas Signaling Network in Infections and Tumorigenesis

The Coming of Age of Immuno-oncology: IL-2 Therapy Sets the Stage

Emerging Roles of IL-8 in Cancer Etiology

Erythropoiesis in Health and Disease – Erythropoietin’s In Charge!
Osteoclast Differentiation and Bone Disease: The RANKL Angle

VEGF in Non-Murine Animal Models of Normal Physiological Processes and Disease

Secreted or not secreted: an important question in TNF function and therapy
Context is critical for the pivotal functions of Interleukin-6
Canine as an Animal Model
Rabbit as an Animal Model
M-CSF: More than just a macrophage growth factor
IFN gamma: "macrophage activating factor" is just the tip of the iceberg
IL-34: The brains behind CSF-1R pathology in the brain and skin?
Swine as an Animal Model