CD37

CD37

a type III transmembrane protein present on mature B cells, some T cells, and monocytes that may play a role in ion transport; expressed on B-cell lymphomas, B-cell chronic lymphocytic leukemia, and hairy cell leukemia.
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2/8H5) from LifeSpan BioSciences (Seattle, WA, USA); Annexin V (AF399), CD4 (34930), CD8a (37006), CD19 (4G7-2E3), CD37 (424925), CD45 (2D1), CD80 (37711), CD82 (423524), CD83 (HB15e), MIC A/B (159207), TNF RI, and TNF RII from R&D Systems (Minneapolis, MN, USA); TLR3 (3.
Immunological markers Functional Regulatory Adhesion Lineage-specific and others HLA-DR CTLA-4 CD11a CD3 HLA-ABC PD-L1 ICAM-1 CD4 CD28 CD8 CD80 CD14 CD49d CD16 TLR3 CD19 Fas-L CD37 MIC A/B CD41 TNF RI CD42a TNF RII CD45 CD56 CD83 Vesicle-related markers Functional Tetraspanins Others HLA-DR CD9 TSG101 HLA-ABC CD63 Alix CD28 CD81 Flotillin-1 CD80 CD82 Annexin V CD49d TLR3 Fas-L MIC A/B TNF RI TNF RII HLA: human leukocyte antigen; TLR: Toll-like receptor; TNF: tumor necrosis factor: RI: receptor I, RII: receptor II; MIC A-B: major 1; TSG101: tumor susceptibility gene 101.
Trubion retains the right to develop and commercialize, on its own or with others, product candidates directed to all targets not included within the agreement, including CD37.
Gene expression of T-cell markers such as CD3 a subunit of the T-cell receptor, was decreased in spleen, whereas in blood, HCB decreased gene expression for CD3 and CD37, the latter being a B-cell marker.