Interferon alpha 2b Products

Interferon alpha 2b Antibody
Interferon alpha 2b Antibody
Species: Hu
Applications: WB, ELISA
Host: Chicken Polyclonal
Human Interferon alpha 2b Pro ...
Human Interferon alpha 2b Protein
Species: Hu
Applications: Func, PAGE
Human Interferon alpha 2b Pro ...
Human Interferon alpha 2b Protein
Species: Hu
Applications: Func, PAGE
Interferon alpha 2b Recombina ...
Interferon alpha 2b Recombinant Pr...
Species: Hu


Interferon alpha 2b is one of the known 23 different variants of IFN-alpha. The individual proteins have molecular masses between 19-26 kDa and consist of proteins with lengths of 156-166 and 172 amino acids. All IFN-alpha subtypes possess a common conserved sequence region between amino acid positions 115-151 while the amino-terminal ends are variable. Many IFN-alpha subtypes differ in their sequences at only one or two positions. Naturally occurring variants also include proteins truncated by 10 amino acids at the carboxy-terminal end. Interferon alpha 2b is a potent immune modulator. It can either inhibit or enhance immune cell activity within the tightly regulated microenvironment of inflammation, depending upon the concentration of the cytokine and the activation stage of the cell. Interferon alpha 2B is currently used as an anticancer drug due to it's antiproliferative activity.


Entrez Human
Uniprot Human
Product By Gene ID 3440
Alternate Names
  • INFA2
  • interferon alpha-2
  • IFN-alpha-2
  • interferon alpha A
  • LeIF A
  • interferon alpha 2b
  • Interferon alpha-A
  • alpha-2a interferon
  • IFNA
  • MGC125765
  • IFN-alphaA
  • MGC125764
  • interferon, alpha 2

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