MHC Class I Antibodies

The major histocompatibility complex (MHC) constitutes a region of the genome whose gene products are primarily devoted to providing extracellular presentation of intracellular antigens.

Class I MHC molecules interact with a diverse array of self and foreign peptides and act as peptide-binding transport and display proteins.  Recognition of foreign antigens causes effector responses by the antigen-specific receptors of T lymphocytes. The most clearly defined role for class I-peptide complexes is to initiate effector response upon binding to antigen-specific receptors on cytotoxic T-cells (CD8+ T-cells).

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Antibody 
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Clonality
Monoclonal 
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Clone Name
AF3-12.1.3 
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AF6-88.5.5.3 
(1)
SF1-1.1.1 
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Specificity
This antibody recognizes mouse H-2Kb MHC Class I 
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This antibody recognizes mouse H-2Kk MHC Class I 
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This antibody recognizes the a3 domain of mouse H-2Kd MHC class I 
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Immunogen
a3 domain of H2Kd 
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H-2Kb 
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H-2Kk 
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