CD19 CHO Recombinant Cell Line (Low, Medium and High Expression)

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Recombinant clonal stable CHO cell line constitutively expressing full length human CD19 protein, also known as B4 or CVID3, (Genbank #NM_001770). Surface expression of CD19 was confirmed by flow cytometry. Each stable clonal cell line was selected for different levels of CD19 expression (High, Medium, Low) to mimic different stages of cancer target cells with various CD19 expression levels.

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B-lymphocyte surface antigen B4, Leu-12
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Storage and Usage
Host Cell Line
CHO K1 cell line, Chinese Hamster Ovary
Supplied As
Each vial contains ~ 2 x 106 cells in 1 ml of 10% DMSO in FBS.
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Mycoplasma Testing
This cell line has been screened using the MycoAlert™ Mycoplasma Detection Kit (Lonza, #LT07-118) to confirm the absence of Mycoplasma contamination. MycoAlert Assay Control Set (Lonza, #LT07-518) was used as a positive control.
B-lymphocyte antigen CD19 (Cluster of Differentiation 19), also known as B-Lymphocyte Surface Antigen B4 and CVID3, is a transmembrane protein expressed in follicular dendritic cells and all B lineage cells, except plasma cells. CD19 plays two major roles in human B cells. It acts as an adaptor protein to recruit cytoplasmic signaling proteins to the membrane and it works within the CD19/CD21 complex to decrease the threshold for B cell receptor signaling pathways. Due to its presence on all B cells, it is a biomarker for B lymphocyte development and lymphoma diagnosis and can be utilized as a target for leukemia immunotherapies. CD19-targeted therapies based on T cells that express CD19-specific chimeric antigen receptors (CARs) have been utilized for their antitumor abilities in patients with CD19+ lymphoma and leukemia, such as Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma (NHL), CLL and ALL.

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