Mouse CD11b Human Monoclonal Antibody
IThe CD11b Mouse Anti-Human Monoclonal Antibody is a glycoprotein,
a member of a family of integrin receptors that deal the bond between
cells and composing of the extracellular matrix or also known as fibrinogen.
It responds to the Human CD11b protein that forms the heterodimeric integrin
Alpha-M Beta-2. What is more, integrins are very involved into signaling receptors
which recruit leukocytes to inflammatory sites and benefit cell activation. Entire,
operative integrin receptors reside of different combinations of integrin chains
which are variously signified.