Hu, Mu, RtApplications:
WB, ICC/IF, IHC, IHC-PHost:
Host: Rat Monoclonal
The Eph subfamily represents the largest group of receptor protein kinases identified to date. There is increasing evidence that Eph family members are involved in central nervous system function and in development. Ligands for Eph receptors include ephrin-A1 (LERK-1/B61), identified as a ligand for the EphA2 (Eck) receptor; ephrin-A2 (ELF-1), identified as a ligand for the EphA3 and EphA4 (Sek) receptors; ephrin-A3 (LERK-3), identified as a ligand for EphA5 (Ehk1) and EphA3 (Hek) receptors; ephrin-A4 (LERK-4), identified as a ligand for the EphA3 receptor; ephrin-A5 (AL-1), identified as a ligand for EphA5 (REK7); ephrin-B1 (LERK-2), identified as a ligand for the EphB1 (Elk) and EphB2 (Cek5) receptors; ephrin-B2 (LERK-5), identified as a ligand for the EphB1, EphB3 (Cek10) and EphB2 receptors; and ephrin-B3 (LERK-8), identified as a ligand for EphB1.
|Product By Gene ID
- tumor necrosis factor, alpha-induced protein 4
- Immediate early response protein B61
- ligand of eph-related kinase 1
- EPH-related receptor tyrosine kinase ligand 1
- EPLG1TNF alpha-induced protein 4
- Tumor necrosis factor alpha-induced protein 4
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