IFN Proteins and Antibodies

IFN Proteins and Antibodies
Additional Names: 
Human and Mouse Type I IFN Research Reagents

Interferons (IFNs) are a family of mammalian cytokines initially characterized by their ability to inhibit viral infection. In addition to their antiviral properties, IFNs have also been shown to exhibit antiproliferative, immunomodulatory, and many other activities. Interferons are classified as Type I, Type II, or Type III based on receptor complex recognition and protein structure. Often, the expression of type I IFNs is induced by the engagement of Toll-Like Receptors (TLR). It remains unclear why there are so many different Type I IFNs including multiple IFN-Alpha subtypes. A variety of studies suggest they possess overlapping but also unique sets of biological activities. By testing different interferon, or selecting specific IFN-Alpha subtypes to meet research needs, one may see differential activities that belie their specific functions in vivo.


Cytokines 2021 Annual Meeting

PBL Assay Science, a trusted source of interferon & cytokine ELISAs, proteins, antibodies, and assay services, is proud to be a Sponsor of the upcoming Cytokines 2021 annual meeting and The Sidney and Joan Pestka Graduate & Post-Graduate Awards. Visit us this October at the hybrid meeting and see how we can assist you in your research.


15% ICIS Special Discount: use code ICIS2021

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Human Type I Interferon Proteins

Mouse Type I Interferon Proteins

Antibodies against Type I Interferon

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