TCCR (Protein | Antibody | cDNA Clone | ELISA Kit)

All TCCR reagents are produced in house and quality controlled, including 26 TCCR Gene, 1 TCCR Lysate, 2 TCCR Protein, 2 TCCR qPCR. All TCCR reagents are ready to use.

TCCR Protein (2)

    TCCR cDNA Clone (26)

    NM_004843.2
    XM_001111176.2

    TCCR Lysate (1)

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      TCCR Background

      The interleukin-27 receptor is a type I cytokine receptor for interleukin-27. It is a heterodimer composed of the interleukin 27 receptor, alpha subunit and glycoprotein 13. WSX-1/IL-27R, a class I cytokine receptor that is homologous to the β2 chain of the IL-12R in both sequence and structure, is highly expressed by resting/naive CD4+ T cells and CD8+ T cells. WSX-1/IL-27R belongs to the IL-6/IL-12 family of cytokines and induced proliferation of naive CD4(+) T cells and the generation of a Th1-type adaptive immune response. WSX-1/IL-27R functions as a receptor for IL27. IL-27 not only contributes to the development of an adaptive immune response through its action on CD4(+) T cells, it also directly acts on cells of the innate immune system. WSX-1/IL-27R requires IL6ST/gp13 to mediate signal transduction in response to IL27. This signaling system acts through STAT3 and STAT1. It is involved in the regulation of Th1-type immune responses. IL-27R also appears to be involved in innate defense mechanisms. IL27RA is essential for transcriptional activation of STAT1 and for augmenting the induction of T-bet expression during initiation of Th1 cell differentiation.

      TCCR References

      • Pflanz S, et al.. (2004) WSX-1 and glycoprotein 130 constitute a signal-transducing receptor for IL-27. J Immunol. 172(4): 2225-31.
      • Yoshida H, et al.. (2001) WSX-1 is required for the initiation of Th1 responses and resistance to L. major infection. Immunity. 215(4): 569-78.
      • Villarino A, et al.. (2003) The IL-27R (WSX-1) is required to suppress T cell hyperactivity during infection. Immunity. 19(5): 645-55.