Integrin alpha 4 beta 7/LPAM-1 Products


The lymphocyte Peyer's patch adhesion molecule (LPAM-1), also known as integrin alpha4beta7, is a member of the integrin family of cell surface receptors. It is expressed primarily on mucosal lymphocytes, but is also present on NK cells and eosinophils. The alpha4beta7 heterodimer mediates the binding of lymphocytes to its ligand, mucosal vascular addressin (MAdCAM-1) on the high endothelial venules, thereby directing the homing of lymphocytes into Peyer's patches and intestinal lamina propria. (1-4) The monoclonal antibody DATK32 recognizes a conformational epitope on the heterodimer. (1,2)


Product By Gene ID 3676
Alternate Names
  • IA4
  • CD49d antigen
  • 269C wild type
  • very late activation protein 4 receptor, alpha 4 subunit
  • CD49d
  • integrin alpha-4 subunit
  • VLA-4 subunit alpha
  • integrin alpha-4
  • CD49 antigen-like family member D
  • integrin alpha 4
  • Integrin alpha-IV
  • CD49Dantigen CD49D, alpha-4 subunit of VLA-4 receptor
  • MGC90518
  • integrin, alpha 4 (antigen CD49D, alpha 4 subunit of VLA-4 receptor)

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