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NTB-A

Brief Information

Name:SLAM family member 6
Target Synonym:KALI,UNQ6123/PRO20080,NTB-A,NK-T-B-antigen,SLAMF6,SLAM Family Member 6,Activating NK Receptor,Natural Killer-, T- And B-Cell Antigen,NTBA Receptor,SF2000,CD352,KALIb,Ly108,NTBA,CD352 Antigen
Number of Launched Drugs:0
Number of Drugs in Clinical Trials:0
Lastest Research Phase:Discontinued

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Cat. No. Species Product Description Structure Purity Feature
NTA-H82E6 Human Biotinylated Human NTB-A / SLAMF6 Protein, His,Avitag™
NTA-H82E6-structure
NTA-H82E6-sds
NTA-H52Ha Human Human NTB-A / SLAMF6 Protein, His Tag
NTA-H52Ha-structure
NTA-H52Ha-sds

Synonym Name

NTB-A,SLAMF6,Ly108,NK-T-B-antigen,CD352,KALI

Background

The SLAM family of receptors is composed of six members named SLAM (CD150); 2B4 (CD244); Ly-9 (CD229); CD84; natural killer, T and B cell antigen (NTB-A; Ly108 in the mouse. Most, if not all,immune cell types express more than one SLAM family receptor. All six SLAM-related genes are located within a 400–500 kilobase (kb) genomic segment on chromosome 1 in humans and mice. This feature implies that the genes that encode the SLAM family were created by serial gene duplication.

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