The CD10 antigen is referred to as the Common Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Antigen (CALLA). It is a type II integral membrane protein of 100 kDa, identified as the human membrane-associated neutral endopeptidase (EC184.108.40.206). It is expressed on uncommitted lymphoid precursors. CD10 expression is lost as cells enter the T lineage. In the B lineage, CD10 expression is lost later in ontogeny, as cells acquire surface Ig expression. It is also expressed on activated and proliferating B cells in the germinal center, and on neutrophils as well as on bone marrow stromal cells. It is also expressed on a number of other cells of epithelial origin.
|Clone: J5||Isotype: IgG2a Mouse|
|Clone: ALB1||Isotype:IgG1 Mouse|
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