CD317 Recombinant Protein
Description of CD317 Recombinant Protein
General Information about CD317 Recombinant Protein
Tetherin, also known as bone marrow antigen 2, is a lip-associated protein and is encoded by the BST2 gene in humans. Furthermore, Tetherin was named CD317 (differentiated aggregate 317). The protein is structurally expressed in mature B cells, plasma cells, and plasma dendritic cells. In many other cells, it is expressed only in response to stimulation of the IFN pathway.
Tetherin is a human cell protein that prevents retroviral infection by preventing the spread of virus particles after budding from infected cells. Tetherin was originally found to act as an inhibitor of HIV-1 infection without lack of Vpu, but it has also been shown to inhibit the release of other RNA viruses (such as Lassa and Marburg virgin), indicating a form of prevent the release of encapsulated viruses without interacting with males. The common mechanism of protein interaction. Furthermore, Tetherin also limits the neural invasion of the HSV-1 DNA virus.
|Product name||CD317 Recombinant Protein|
|Origin species||Homo sapiens (Human)|
|Expression system||Procaryotic expression|
|Purity estimated||>90% by SDS-PAGE|
|Buffer||N-terminal Gst Tag|
|Delivery condition||Dry Ice|
|Storage condition||Store at - 20? to -80?. It is recommended that the protein be aliquoted for optimal storage.|
|Host species||Escherichia coli (E.coli)|
|Note||For research use only|