Anti CD36 - Cosmo Bio Co.,Ltd.

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Anti CD36 Antibody

FAT, GP4, GP3B, GPIV, CHDS7, PASIV, SCARB3, CD36, CD36 molecule (thrombospondin receptor), Platelet Glycoprotein IV, gpIV

Catalog No.: KAL-KS017
Size: 50UG
Price: ¥30000
$400
antigen/source: CD36
host: Mouse
Label: Unlabeled
Purity: Affinity Purified
Application: Flow Cytometry
catalog info: 2006 Japanes Antibody Catalog-p445
Storage: -20C
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Immunogen: Human
Isotype: IgG1
Clone: NF189
Reacts with: Human

Other:

 Background Macrophages are present in nearly all tissues and organs of the body. They are differentiated from monocytes derived from the bone marrow. Macrophages and monocytes are phagocytes, acting in both innate immunity and cell-mediated immunity of vertebrate animals. Their function is to phagocytize cellular debris and pathogens , and to stimulate lymphocytes and other immune cells to respond to the pathogen.
Macrophages are able to be identified immnohistochemically by virtue of the presence of monocyte/macrophage-associated antigens such as CD68. Antibodies recognizing CD68 have been used as some of the best reagents to detect macrophages in tissues.
CD68 is a 110-kD transmembrane glycoprotein that is highly expressed by human monocytes and tissue macrophages. It is a member of the lysosomal/endosomal-associated membrane glycoprotein (LAMP) family.
This antibody recognizes CD68 antigen. The molecular size of the antigen identified by this antibody was 110 kDa. Immunopecipitated antigen by this antibody was also recognized by the other CD68 antibodies such as KP-1 and PG-M1.
In immunohistochemical assays, this antibody recognizes freshly isolated human blood monocytes and tissue macrophages. This antibody also recognizes macrophages obtained from guinea pigs, pigs, bovine species, and monkeys. Since this antibody strongly labels guinea pig macrophages, this antibody will be suitable to examine such macrophages in experimental guinea pig models.
This antibody will be very useful to research of CD68, macrophage, allergic diseases and delayed hypersensitivity.



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