CD95 (FAS) antibodies, human

CD95 (FAS) antibodies, human

Clone: DX2
CD95, also known as FAS or Apo-1, is a member of the tumor necrosis factor receptor superfamily (TNFR) and is found on the surface of many normal and neoplastically transformed cells. Its ligand, CD95L (FASL/Apo-1L), is able to induce apoptosis in CD95-expressing cells upon binding. CD95 and CD95L are up-regulated on lymphocytes upon activation and are known to play a key role in the regulation of an inflammatory response: Juxtocrine “fratricide” of neighbouring lymphocytes via mutual CD95 and CD95L expression helps to terminate immune responses, while apoptosis of pro-inflammatory cells via CD95 helps maintain immune privilege in sites such as the eye, where CD95L is found to be expressed in the retina and cornea. Cross-linking of CD95 receptors by DX2 monoclonal antibody has been described to induce apoptosis in certain target cells.

Alternative names

FAS, ALPS1A, APO-1, Apt1, FAS1, FASTM, Tnfrsf6

Technical specifications

  • Antigen: CD95 (FAS)
  • Clone: DX2
  • Isotype: mouse IgG1κ
  • Isotype control: Mouse IgG1 – isotype control antibodies
  • Alternative names of antigen: FAS, ALPS1A, APO-1, Apt1, FAS1, FASTM, Tnfrsf6
  • Entrez Gene ID: 355
  • Molecular mass of antigen [kDa]: 35
  • Cross-reactivity:
    rhesus monkey (
    Macaca mulatta
    cynomolgus monkey (
    Macaca fascicularis
  • Distribution of antigen: B cells, epithelial cells, fibroblasts, heart, kidney, liver, lung, monocytes, neutrophils, ovary, T cells, thymocytes
  • Product format: Antibodies are supplied in phosphate-buffered saline (PBS), pH 7.2. The product contains no preservative and is sterile filtered. Always handle under aseptic conditions.
  • Fixation: Cells should be stained prior to fixation, if formaldehyde is used as a fixative.
  • Storage: Store protected from light at 2–8 °C. Do not freeze.
  • Available conjugates: pure
  • Selected references

    1. Griffith, T. et al. (1995) Fas ligand-induced apoptosis as a mechanism of immune privilege. Science 270: 1189-1192
    2. Lynch, D. et al. (1995) Fas and FasL in the homeostatic regulation of immune responses. Immunol. Today 16: 569-574
    3. Pitcher, C. J. et al. (2002)
      Development and homeostasis of T cell memory in
      rhesus macaque
      J. Immunol. 168: 29-43
Product options: 1
100 µg in 100 µL
EUR 164,00