OX40 & OX40L Research Products

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The OX40:OX40L pathway is a critical co-stimulatory system that modulates T cell activation, differentiation, and survival.

Immune checkpoint OX40, also known as CD134 or TNFRSF4, is a co-stimulatory molecule belonging to the tumor necrosis factor receptor (TNFR) superfamily. OX40 is mainly expressed by activated CD4+ and CD8+ T cells and is transiently induced upon TCR stimulation. The activation of OX40 occurs upon binding to its ligand, OX40L, also known as CD252, TNFSF4 or gp34, which is primarily expressed on antigen-presenting cells (APCs) such as dendritic cells, macrophages, and B cells. Its significance in regulating immune responses has garnered substantial attention in the field of immunotherapy with potential applications for stimulating OX40 to fight cancer, while blocking OX40 to treat autoimmune disorders.

OX40 OX40L Diagram

Brilliant Tools for OX40 Discovery

Cell Lines

OX40 Cell Lines & Expression Kits
  • OX40/NF-κB Luciferase Reporter cell line for screening agonists or antagonists
  • OX40-overexpressing HEK293 cell line
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Recombinant Proteins

OX40 Proteins
  • OX40 and OX40L proteins
  • HiP™ (High-Purity), low aggregation format available
  • Fc fusion and Biotin conjugates available
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Biochemical Assay Kits

OX40 Biochemical Kits
  • Receptor/ligand binding kits for inhibitor screening
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OX40 Antibodies
  • Antagonist and competitive antibodies
  • PE labeled for flow cytometry
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