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Interferon gamma-1b (TP-045CL)

Human Interferon gamma-1b (140 residues), produced from E. coli. Production of Actimmune is achieved by fermentation of a genetically engineered Escherichia coli bacterium containing the DNA which encodes for the human protein. Purification of the product is achieved by conventional column chromatography.
The sequence displayed is a cDNA sequence which codes for human interferon gamma, as described by Gray et. al. and not specifically interferon gamma 1b.      

Specifications
Classify
Protein therapeutics augmenting an existing pathway: Immunoregulation
Therapeutic
Interferon-γ1b (IFNγ)
Trade Name
Actimmune
Function
Increases inflammatory and antimicrobial response
Examples of Clinical Use
Chronic granulomatous disease, severe osteopetrosis
References
Synonyms
IFN-gamma, Immune interferon, Interferon gamma precursor
UniProt
P01579
Genbank
X13274

For lab research use only, not for diagnostic, therapeutic or any in vivo human use.

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