Human CD75 is an alpha 2, 6-sialylated carbohydrate molecule found mainly on mature B cells and germinal center B cells, and also in T cell subsets and erythrocitic cells. CD75 appears to be a ligand for CD22.
Isotype: Murine IgM
Immunogen: PMA stimulated PBL
Specificity: Antibody LN1 recognizes the CD75 molecule of about 53 kd. It has been reported to be cross reactive with porcine CD75.
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