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Code No. MD-10-4

Anti-Fas (CD95) (Human) mAb-FITC



Availability (in Japan)

10 or more

(In Japan at 00:05,
May 25, 2024 in JST)


100 µL (500 µg/mL)

  • Flow Cytometry

Clonality Monoclonal Clone UB2
Isotype (Immunized Animal) Mouse IgG1
10 µg/mL  
Immunogen (Antigen) Recombinant Human Fas
Reactivity [Gene ID]

Human[355], Mouse(-)

Storage buffer 500 µg/mL in PBS/1% BSA/0.1% ProClin 150
Storage temp. 4°C Conjugate FITC Manufacturer MBL
Alternative names APT1, FAS1, APO-1, FASTM, ALPS1A, TNFRSF6
Background It is now widely accepted that apoptosis plays an important role in the selection of immature thymocytes and Ag-primed peripheral T cells. Fas antigen is a cell-surface protein that mediates apoptosis. It is expressed in various tissues including the thymus and has structural homology with a number of cell-surface receptors, including tumor necrosis factor receptor and nerve growth factor receptor.
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Flow Cytometry

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Research area
Cell surface antigens

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  • Abbreviations for applications:
    WB: Western Blotting, IH: Immunohistochemistry, IC: Immunocytochemistry, IP: Immunoprecipitation
    FCM: Flow Cytometry, NT: Neutralization, IF: Immunofluorescence, RIP: RNP Immunoprecipitation
    ChIP: Chromatin Immunoprecipitation, CoIP: Co-Immunoprecipitation
    DB: Dot Blotting, NB: Northern Blotting, RNA FISH: RNA Fluorescence in situ hybridization
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    **: The use is reported from the licenser (Under evaluation or not tested by MBL).
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