|Human IL12A / NKSF1 Antibody||Human IL-29 Antibody|
|Mouse IL9 Antibody||Mouse Oncostatin M / OSM Antibody|
|Mouse IL10 Antibody||Mouse IL6 / IL-6 Antibody|
|Mouse IL12A Antibody||Mouse IL-21 Antibody|
|Human IL1RL1 Antibody||Mouse LIF Antibody|
|Human IL-1RAcP / IL-1R3 Antibody||Mouse IL-2 Antibody|
|Human Leptin / LEP Antibody||Sus scrofa (Pig) IL-10 Antibody|
|Human IL33 / Interleukin-33 / NF-HEV Antibody||Canine IL-2 Antibody|
|Human IL6 / IFNB2 Antibody||Canine IL-1 beta Antibody|
|Human Oncostatin M / OSM Antibody||Rat IL20RB Antibody|
|Human IL3RA / CD123 Antibody||Rat LIFR / CD118 Antibody|
|Human IL17RA / CD217 Antibody||Rat IL-6R / CD126 Antibody|
|Human CD127 / IL-7RA Antibody||Cynomolgus IL18R1 Antibody|
|Human IL32 Antibody||Cynomolgus IL18RAP Antibody|
Interleukins are a type of cytokines that were first seen to be expressed by leukocytes. The term 'interleukin' describe a number of secreted molecules produced by leukocytes, a variety of polypeptides that act specifically as mediators between leucocytes. . Interleukin (IL) has been used to describe a group of cytokines with complex immunomodulatory functions - including cell proliferation, maturation, migration and adhesion.
Western blot test is a technique used to detect specific proteins from samples such as cell extracts or tissue homogenates, also analyze recombinant proteins synthesized in vitro. Western blot can also be used to identify a target protein on the basis of the special affinity between a certain antigen and its relative antibody. Western blot generally contains three main steps, SDS-PAGE firstly, then blot of samples, and finally immunology test. Qualitative and semi-quantitative data can be acquired about the target protein through western blot.