The CD95 (Fas or APO-1) antigen is a 40-50 kDa transmembrane glycoprotein. It belongs to the Tumor Necrosis Factor (TNF) superfamily and contains three cysteine-rich repeats. This cell surface molecule mediates apoptosis (programmed cell death). CD95 antigen is expressed on a substantial proportion of peripheral blood CD4+ lymphocytes, CD8+ lymphocytes and B lymphocytes but on a minor proportion of NK cells. It is not found on platelets or erythrocytes, but is expressed variably on granulocytes and monocytes. CD95 is strongly up-regulated on activated T cells, B cells, NK cells and thymocytes. Moreover, it is widely expressed on cell lines of T, B, NK and myeloid lineages. Most other tissues express CD95.
|Clone: CH11||Isotype: IgM Mouse|
|The CH11 antibody in vitro induces apoptosis in some CD95 expressing cell lines.|
|Clone: UB2||Isotype: IgG1 Mouse|
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