Mouse IL-2 Analyte Overview

Mouse IL-2

Also known as Interleuken 2

Interleukin-2 (IL-2) cytokine signaling molecule in the immune system that mediates the activity of white blood cells, particularly lymphocytes, during an immune response. IL-2 promotes the differentiation of T cells into memory T cells after exposure to a novel pathogen, making it a critical component of the active immune system and long-term immunity to disease. In the thymus, IL-2 supports the formation of regulatory T cells, which work to prevent autoimmune diseases by eliminating overactive immune cells. Since IL-2 helps increase immune cell production and regulate large scale activities of the immune system, it is commonly used as a cancer treatment for patients with certain kinds of cancers, including kidney and skin cancers.

IL-2 Q-Plex™ details

Species: Mouse
Assay Type: Sandwich
Sample Type: Serum,
Assay Range: 5,000 – 6.86 pg/ml
Lower Limit of Detection (LLD): 3.44 pg/ml
Volume Required Per Well: Min 25µl
Detection Method: Chemiluminescent
Singleplex Format: 96-well plate
Catalog No: 462649MS

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Measure IL-2 in a little as 2.25 hours

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Sensitive, reproducible, and convenient 96-well format requiring low sample volumes

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Requires the Q-View™ Imaging System for analysis

Q-Plex Multiplexed Products featuring IL-2

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