gene information - human CD4
  • synonym:CD4mut; CD4 antigen (p55); CD4 receptor; T-cell surface antigen T4/Leu-3; T-cell surface glycoprotein CD4
  • description:CD4 molecule
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suppliers:
    • Abbexa [1]
    • Abcam [6]
    • Abnova [45]
    • ATCC [1]
    • Beckman Coulter [19]
    • Biorbyt [1]
    • Cell Sciences [6]
    • Creative Biomart [9]
    • EMD Millipore [12]
    • Epitomics [5]
    • Life Technologies Corporation [47]
    • MABTECH [8]
    • Novus Biologicals [39]
    • ProMab [1]
    • R and D Systems [9]
    • Santa Cruz Biotechnology [18]
    • Sino Biological [5]
    • Thermo Scientific Pierce Products [64]
    • Abbiotec [14]
    • AbD Serotec (Bio-Rad) [29]
    • ALPCO [11]
    • BD Biosciences [100]
    • BioLegend [120]
    • Bioss [1]
    • Cell Signaling Technology [1]
    • eBioscience [107]
    • Enzo Life Sciences [1]
    • Leica Biosystems [1]
    • LifeSpan Biosciences [192]
    • MyBioSource [4]
    • OriGene [99]
    • Proteintech Group [2]
    • Rockland Immunochemicals [8]
    • SICGEN [1]
    • Spring Bioscience Corp. [8]
    • US Biological [16]
reactive species :
  • human [1025]
  • mouse [65]
  • Rhesus monkey [39]
  • rat [28]
  • dog [10]
  • chimpanzee [2]
  • cow [1]
clonality:
  • monoclonal [941]
  • polyclonal [70]
host species:
  • mouse [880]
  • rabbit [90]
  • rat [36]
  • goat [5]
conjugation:
  • FITC [120]
  • PE [106]
  • APC [89]
  • PerCP [37]
  • biotin [16]
  • AF647 [15]
  • PE/Cy7 [14]
  • AF700 [13]
  • PE-Cy5 [13]
  • PerCP/Cy5.5 [12]
  • Pacific Blue [11]
  • AF488 [9]
  • BV421 [7]
  • BV510 [7]
  • HRP [7]
  • BV605 [7]
  • BV711 [7]
  • BV650 [6]
  • AP [4]
  • Cy5 [3]
  • BV786 [3]
  • BUV395 [2]
  • BUV496 [2]
  • rhodamine [2]
  • BUV737 [2]
  • PE-Cy5.5 [1]
  • Cy5.5 [1]
  • TRITC [1]
antigen modification:
  • phosphorylated [1]
application:
  • FC [724]
  • WB [243]
  • IHC [197]
  • ELISA [98]
  • IC [72]
  • IP [68]
  • IHC-P [60]
  • FACS [54]
  • IHC-F [51]
  • Neut [17]
  • EIA [1]
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