Human CD56 is an adhesion molecule from the Ig superfamily which is restricted to NK cells and a subset of T cells in the immune system. It is believed that NK cells form a first line of defense against tumor cells and cells infected with bacteria and viruses (2, 3).
Isotype: Murine IgG1kappa
Immunogen: Recombinant human CD56 (truncated domains 1-4 only)
Specificity: Antibody ANC7C7 recognizes an epitope within the 1st four Ig-like domains of the CD56 molecule.