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Rat Anti-Mouse Limitin Monoclonal Antibody, Unconjugated, Clone 183727 from R&D Systems

Description: Mouse Limitin MAb (Clone 183727)...
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Limitin, an interferon-like cytokine, transduces inhibitory signals on ...

Phosphorylation of Stat1 by limitin is partially dependent on Tyk2. ... Limitin also induces the expression and nuclear translocation of Daxx, which is ...

Limitin: An interferon-like cytokine that preferentially influences ...

Limitin strongly inhibited B lymphopoiesis in vitro and in vivo but had little ... Because limitin uses the interferon alpha/beta receptors and induces interferon ...

Mouse Limitin Affinity Purified Polyclonal Ab

for this lot of anti-mouse Limitin antibody was determined to be approximately ... Mouse Limitin/his (R&D Systems, Catalog # 1535-LM) reduces the cytopathic effect ...

Limitin - R&D Systems

Home>Products>Browse by Molecule>Limitin. Search for Products. Browse by Molecule ... Limitin binds to the IFN-alpha/beta receptors and induces IFN regulatory factor ...

PBL InterferonSource 12295-1, Mouse Limitin DATASHEET

MOUSE LIMITIN ... 50 µg of bovine serum albumin per 1 µg of Mouse Limitin. Source: A DNA sequence encoding mouse Limitin with a C-terminal 6 histidine tag ...

Antiviral Activity of Limitin against Encephalomyocarditis Virus ...

Limitin has sequence homology with alpha interferon (IFN-) and IFN-ß and ... Limitin inhibited not only cytopathic effects in encephalomyocarditis virus- or ...
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