CD27 Ligand, a type II transmembrane protein, is a member of the TNF superfamily. It is expressed on activated T and B lymphocytes as well as NK cells. CD27L and its receptor (CD27) regulate the immune response by promoting T-cell expansion and differentiation, as well as NK enhancement. CD27 signaling can act as a co-stimulatory effector to sustain the survival of CD8+ T cells, primarily by inducing increased expression of the IL-2 gene. Full length human CD27L is a 193 amino acid protein, consisting of a 17 amino acid cytoplasmic domain, a 21 amino acid transmembrane domain, and a 155 amino acid extracellular domain. Human soluble CD27L corresponds to the 155 amino acid extracellular domain of the full length CD27L protein. PeproTech’s recombinant human sCD27L contains the extracellular domain plus an N-terminal His-Tag.
Determined by its ability to stimulate human IL-8 production by human PBMC using a concentration range of 10.0-25.0 ng/ml.
Note: Results may vary with PBMC donors.
Batch dependent (please contact us for details)
Store at -20ºC or below. After reconstitution, keep as concentrated solution. Aliquot and avoid freeze-thaw cycles.
N-terminal His-Tag; HHHHHHHHPS PGGSGGQRFA QAQQQLPLES LGWDVAELQL NHTGPQQDPR LYWQGGPALG RSFLHGPELD KGQLRIHRDG IYMVHIQVTL AICSSTTASR HHPTTLAVGI CSPASRSISL LRLSFHQGCT IASQRLTPLA RGDTLCTNLT GTLLPSRNTD ETFFGVQWVR P
≥ 95% by SDS-PAGE and HPLC.
< 1 EU/μg
For In vitro laboratory use only. Not for any clinical, therapeutic, or diagnostic use in humans or animals. Not for animal or human consumption.
CD70 molecule , CD27-L , CD27L , CD27LG , LPFS3 , TNFSF7 , TNLG8A
The protein encoded by this gene is a cytokine that belongs to the tumor necrosis factor (TNF) ligand family. This cytokine is a ligand for TNFRSF27/CD27. It is a surface antigen on activated, but not on resting, T and B lymphocytes. It induces proliferation of costimulated T cells, enhances the generation of cytolytic T cells, and contributes to T cell activation. This cytokine is also reported to play a role in regulating B-cell activation, cytotoxic function of natural killer cells, and immunoglobulin sythesis. [provided by RefSeq, Jul 2008]