CD161 (NKR-P1A) Antibodies
The CD161 antigen is also designated as the NKR-P1A molecule. CD161 is a type II integral membrane protein expressed as a monomer of 44 kDa or as a disulphide-linked homodimer of 80 kDa. The carboxy-terminal extracellular domain is homologous to Ca2+-dependent (C-type) lectin superfamily. CD161 is an activatory NK receptor, but in contrast with other NK receptors such as KIR (p58, p70, p140) and CD94/NKG2, CD161-mediated activation is not HLA-dependent. CD161 is expressed on all NK cells and on sub-populations of T lymphocytes.
|Clone: 191B8||Isotype: IgG2a Mouse|
|The 191B8 antibody partially blocks the spontaneous NK cytotoxicity in the P815 model.|
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