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Antibody CD4

cd4 antibody - Immune Defense
Different functional subsets of CD4 T cells are crucially involved in immune defense against diverse pathogens. At least four effector subsets are derived by differentiation from naÔve CD4 T cells, and each expresses a characteristic combination of transcription factors, soluble mediators and surface molecules. Th1 cells predominantly produce interferon-? and protect against intracellular pathogens; Th2 cells produce interleukin and help to eliminate extracellular parasites; Th17 cells produce IL-17a and IL-17f and are crucial in fighting against extracellular bacteria and fungi; whereas induced T regulatory cells produce IL-10 and Transforming Growth Factor Ŗ, and suppress T and B cell effector responses.

Antibodies From Bxcell

Detection of Specific Biomolecules
Primary antibodies that recognize and bind with high affinity and specificity to unique epitopes across a broad spectrum of biomolecules are available as high specificity monoclonal antibodies and/or as polyclonal antibodies. These antibodies are useful not only to detect specific biomolecules but also to measure changes in their level and specificity of modification by processes such as phosphorylation, methylation, or glycosylation. A primary antibody can be very useful for the detection of biomarkers for diseases such as cancer, diabetes, Parkinsonís and Alzheimerís disease and they are used for the study of ADME and multi-drug resistance (MDR) of therapeutic agents.
ctla-4 antibody from BioXCell - www.bxcell.com

 
 
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