Beta-2 microglobulin Proteins, Antibodies, cDNA Clones, ELISA Kits Research Reagents

All Beta-2 microglobulin reagents are produced in house and quality controlled, including 22 Beta-2 microglobulin Antibody, 4 Beta-2 microglobulin ELISA, 65 Beta-2 microglobulin Gene, 3 Beta-2 microglobulin IP Kit, 4 Beta-2 microglobulin Lysate, 4 Beta-2 microglobulin Protein, 3 Beta-2 microglobulin qPCR. All Beta-2 microglobulin reagents are ready to use.

All Beta-2 microglobulin Reagents

Beta-2 microglobulin Protein (4)

    Beta-2 microglobulin Antibody (22)

      Beta-2 microglobulin ELISA Kit & Match Antibody ELISA Pair Set (4)

      Beta-2 microglobulin cDNA Clone (65)

      NM_004048
      NM_009735.3
      NM_012512.2
      XM_004751289.1
      NM_001047137.1

      Beta-2 microglobulin Lysate (4)

        Beta-2 microglobulin Background

        B2M, also known as β2-Microglobulin or CDABP92, is a component of MHC class I molecules found expression in all nucleated cells (excludes red blood cells). The major function of MHC class I moleculesis is to display fragments of proteins from within the cell to T-cells and cells containing foreign proteins will be attacked. B2M(β2-Microglobulin) is a low molecular weight protein. It was demonstrated that B2M(β2-Microglobulin) was localized in the membranes of nucleated cells and was found to be associated with HL-A antigens.B2M(β2- Microglobulin) is present in free form in various body fluids and as a subunit of histocompatibility antigens on cell surfaces lateral to theα3 chain. Unlikeα3, β2 has no transmembrane region. Directly above β2 lies the α1 chain, which itself is lateral to the α2. In the absence of B2M(β2 microglobulin), very limited amounts of MHC class I (classical and non-classical) molecules can be detected on the surface. In the absence of MHC class I, CD8 T cells, a subset of T cells involved in the development of acquired immunity cannot develop. Low levels of B2M(β2 microglobulin) can indicate non-progression of HIV.

        Beta-2 microglobulin References

        • Poulik MD, et al. (1979) Beta 2-Microglobulin: methods and clinical applications. CRC Ctit Rev Clin Lab Sci. 10(3): 225-45.
        • Poulik MD, et al. (1975) Beta2-Microglobulins. Contemp Top Mol Immunol. 4: 157-204.
        • Berggard I. (1976) Beta2-Microglobulins: isolation, properties, and distribution. Fed Proc. 35(5): 1167-70.

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