Axol's anti-BCL11B / CTIP2 antibody is protein G affinity purified.
The transcription factor Bcl11b is expressed in thymus, mainly T cells. It is indispensable for T lineage development. When Bcl11b was deleted, T cells from all developmental stages acquired NK cell properties and concomitantly lost or decreased T cell-associated gene expression. These induced T-to-natural killer (ITNK) cells, which were morphologically and genetically similar to conventional NK cells, killed tumor cells in vitro, and effectively prevented tumor metastasis in vivo. Therefore, ITNKs may represent a new cell source for cell-based therapies.
Recommended dilution: IHC:1:20-1:200