Cxcl5 Antibody, HRP conjugated

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Full Product Name
Rabbit anti-Mus musculus (Mouse) Cxcl5 Polyclonal antibody
Uniprot No.
Target Names
Alternative Names
Cxcl5 antibody; Scyb5C-X-C motif chemokine 5 antibody; Cytokine LIX antibody; Small-inducible cytokine B5) [Cleaved into: GCP-2(1-78); GCP-2(9-78)] antibody
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Species Reactivity
Recombinant Mouse C-X-C motif chemokine 5 protein (46-117AA)
Immunogen Species
Mus musculus (Mouse)
Purification Method
>95%, Protein G purified
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Preservative: 0.03% Proclin 300
Constituents: 50% Glycerol, 0.01M PBS, PH 7.4
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Target Background

May participate in the recruitment of inflammatory cells by injured or infected tissue. GCP-2(1-78) and, more potent, GCP-2(9-78) attract neutrophils and are involved in neutrophil activation.
Gene References into Functions
  1. Identify Cxcl5 as a novel target of AHR-mediated gene expression in primary mouse keratinocytes. PMID: 28973351
  2. IL-17RA regulates CXL-1 and 5 production in the lungs during the adaptive response. PMID: 26871571
  3. STAT3 is required for maximal OSM-induced CXCL5 expression. PMID: 25692402
  4. CXCL5 has a role in neutrophil recruitment in TH17-mediated glomerulonephritis PMID: 24904089
  5. Since adaptive villus growth occurs despite impaired CXCL5 expression and enhanced angiogenesis, this suggests that the growth of new blood vessels is not needed for resection-induced mucosal surface area expansion following massive SBR. PMID: 24888846
  6. CXCL5 regulates pulmonary responses to infection and plays a central role in conferring clock control of inflammation. PMID: 25064128
  7. findings demonstrated that CXCL1 and CXCL5 are increased in circulation with onset of T2D, are produced by islets under stress, and synergistically affect islet function, suggesting that these chemokines participate in pathogenesis of T2D. PMID: 24928936
  8. TLR2-induced epithelial-derived CXCL5 is critical for polymorphonuclear leukocyte-driven destructive inflammation in pulmonary tuberculosis. PMID: 24509076
  9. data suggest that CXCL6 contributes to experimental pulmonary fibrosis, and CXCL6 inhibition might be used to reduce lung toxicity associated with bleomycin treatment. PMID: 23975892
  10. Our data suggest that the differential regulation of the chemokine CXCL5 between osteoblasts and endothelial cells upon FGF2 treatment is involved in Hematopoietic stem cell mobilization from the osteoblast niche or bone marrow to peripheral blood. PMID: 22827607
  11. CXCL5 modulated macrophage activation, increased expression of the cholesterol efflux regulatory protein ABCA1, and enhanced cholesterol efflux activity in macrophages. PMID: 23376791
  12. The omentum is the main site of early neutrophil entry into the peritoneal cavity, where the action of CXCL5 synergizes with matrix metalloproteinases MMP-2 and -9 to promote neutrophil migration during the inflammatory process. PMID: 23225890
  13. CXCL5-dependent signaling cascades are essential for the recruitment of macrophages to the lungs upon subacute second hand smoke exposure. PMID: 22362385
  14. Cxcr2, Cxcl5, and commensal bacteria have critical roles in regulation of the IL-17/G-CSF axis and neutrophil homeostasis at mucosal sites PMID: 22326959
  15. In a mouse model of lung ischemia-induced angiogenesis, LIX predominates in eliciting a pro-angiogenic phenotype among the three ELR+ CXC chemokines (KC, LIX, and MIP-2) studied. PMID: 20144627
  16. regulates chemokine scavenging and pulmonary host defense to bacterial infection PMID: 20643340
  17. The villus growth observed in resection-induced adaptation is associated with increased expression of the chemokine CXCL5 within the lamina propria. PMID: 20471049
  18. LIX is expressed in response to muscle damage in vivo. Its spatial distribution in injured muscle suggests expression by satellite cells. PMID: 12077361
  19. Cloning and genomic localization of Scyb5. PMID: 12439624
  20. The PMN transendothelial migration induced by the activated myocytes is dependent on the production and secretion of the chemokines LIX and KC by the activated myocytes. PMID: 14988231
  21. proliferative effect of LIX is specific towards the primitive hematopoietic cells PMID: 15036238
  22. GCP-2 modulates cellular immunity in part through IL-8Rbeta interactions PMID: 15356099
  23. alveolar epithelial type II (AEII) cells are the primary source of CXCL5 in the rodent lung via TLR4-dependent signaling PMID: 15778492
  24. CXCR1 is a functional receptor for GCP-2/CXCL6 and interleukin-8/CXCL8 in mouse PMID: 17197447
  25. One of the mechanisms whereby endogenous IFN-gamma mitigates the manifestations of CIA consists of inhibiting production of GCP-2, thereby limiting mobilization and infiltration of neutrophils, which are important actors in joint inflammation. PMID: 17200147
  26. unveils a proinflammatory pathway centered on kinin B1 receptor activation of CXCL5 leading to leukocyte trafficking PMID: 17878384
  27. CXCL5, is ectopically expressed in the corneal epithelial cells of Dstn(corn1) mice, and targeting of the receptor for this chemokine inhibits neutrophil recruitment PMID: 18628996
  28. Secretion of CXCL5 by white adipose tissue resident macrophages represents a link between obesity, inflammation, and insulin resistance. PMID: 19356715

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Protein Families
Intercrine alpha (chemokine CxC) family
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