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TSLP Rat anti-Mouse, Clone: eBio28F12 (28F12), Functional Grade, eBioscience™

Rat Monoclonal Antibody, Functional Grade

$172.55 - $520.55

Specifications

Antigen TSLP
Clone eBio28F12 (28F12)
Host Species Rat
Gene Alias thymic stromal derived lymphopoietin
Species Reactivity Mouse
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501122961

 
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16549185
500μg Each for $520.55

5014565

 
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16549182
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Description & Specifications

Specifications

Antigen TSLP
Clone eBio28F12 (28F12)
Host Species Rat
Gene Alias thymic stromal derived lymphopoietin
Species Reactivity Mouse
Applications Cytokine Neutralization
Regulatory Status RUO
Conjugate Unlabeled
Format Purified
Storage Requirements Store at 2-8°C.
Primary or Secondary Primary
Monoclonal or Polyclonal Monoclonal
Formulation aqueous buffer, no sodium azide
Concentration 1mg/mL

The monoclonal antibody eBio28F12 reacts with and inhibits the bioactivity of mouse TSLP. Thymic Stromal-Derived Lymphopoetin (TSLP) was first identified in the tissue culture supernatant of a thymic stromal cell line as a growth factor capable of inducing proliferation and differentiation of pre-B cells. It was later found to be closely related to another stromal cytokine, IL-7, with which it shares overlapping functions. Along with its proliferative effects on B cells, TSLP induces dendritic cells to support the differentiation of naïve T cells towards the Th2 lineage and may also be involved in the development of CD4+CD25+ regulatory T cells. The receptor for TSLP is heterodimeric and shares one subunit, IL-7Rα, with IL-7 and other members of the family, while the TSLPR subunit is unique to TSLP.

TSLP expression can be induced by a variety of inflammatory cytokines and TLR ligands. Expression is regulated by NF-κB and has been detected in epithelial cells, stromal cells, and basophils. Elevated levels of TSLP are associated with asthma and atopic dermatitis, which are both Th2-mediated inflammatory conditions. It is believed that chronic overexpression of TSLP may result in increased sensitivity to allergens, resulting in susceptibility to these conditions.