CD22 [BLCAM/1796] is a type 1 integral membrane glycoprotein with molecular weight of 130 to 140 kDa. It is expressed in both the cytoplasm and cell membrane of B-lymphocytes. CD22 antigen appears early in B-cell lymphocyte differentiation at approximately the same stage as the CD19 antigen (1). CD22 may be a useful marker for phenotyping mature leukemias, as CD22 membrane expression has been shown to be limited to the late differentiation stages between mature B cells (CD22+) and plasma cells (CD22-) (1,2). CD22 is also strongly expressed in hairy cell leukemia (3).
|VOLUME||0.5 ml, 6.0 ml|
|SPECIES REACTIVITY||Human; others not tested|
|ANTIGEN||Recombinant fragment of human CD22 protein (around aa 52-178) (exact sequence is proprietary)|
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