PA1-41590 detects Leukocyte Antigen CD97 in chimpanzee, mouse and human samples.
CD97 is a G-protein-coupled seven-span transmembrane adhesive receptor that is constitutively expressed on granulocytes and monocytes and rapidly upregulated on T and B cells upon activation. CD97 is produced in alternatively spliced forms and its cellular ligand is CD55 (DAF), which protects various cell types from complement-mediated damage. Interaction of CD97 on leukocytes and CD55 on vessel cells probably facilitate leukocyte activation and migration into the tissues, similarly, CD97 seems to play a role in tumour migration and invasiveness. CD97 is involved in T cell regulation and peripheral granulocyte homeostasis.
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Protein Aliases: CD97; CD97 antigen; CD97 antigen subunit alpha; CD97 antigen subunit beta; CD97 molecule; EGF-TM7 receptor; Leukocyte antigen CD97; seven transmembrane helix receptor; seven-span transmembrane protein; seven-transmembrane, heterodimeric receptor associated with inflammation
Gene Aliases: AA409984; CD97; TM7LN1