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P01I0001 Human Interferon γ (IFN γ) Protein, RecombinantMANUAL
Cat. No.: P01I0001
Uniprot No.: P01579
Expression Host: E.coli
Expression region: 1-166aa
Fusion Tag: 6×His-SUMO (N-terminus)
Cytokine Proteins FAQs
What type of protein is cytokines?
Cytokine (CK) is a kind of small molecule protein with extensive biological activity, which is synthesized and secreted by a variety of tissue cells (mainly immune cells), such as monocytes, macrophages, T cells, B cells, NK cells, and some nonimmune cells (endothelial cells, epidermal cells, fibroblasts, etc.) through stimulation. It is a low molecular weight soluble protein produced by a variety of cells induced by immunogen, mitogen, or other stimulators. It can be divided into interleukin, interferon, tumor necrosis factor superfamily, colony-stimulating factor, chemotactic factor, growth factor, and others.
What do cytokines proteins do?
Cytokines play a role in the body by paracrine, autocrine, or endocrine methods to form multiple physiological characteristics such as pleiotropy, overlap, antagonism, synergy, and a very complex cytokine regulatory network, and then participate in various important physiological functions of the human body. Its research achievements provide a scientific basis for clinical prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases, especially the use of cytokines to treat tumors, infections, hematopoietic dysfunction, autoimmune diseases, etc., which has a very broad application prospect.