LTBR Antibody

Code CSB-PA013227GA01HU
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Target Names
Alternative Names
CD18 antibody; D12S370 antibody; LT beta R antibody; LTBETAR antibody; Ltbr antibody; Lymphotoxin B receptor antibody; Lymphotoxin beta receptor (TNFR superfamily; member 3) antibody; Lymphotoxin beta receptor antibody; Lymphotoxin-beta receptor antibody; TNF R III antibody; TNF-RIII antibody; TNFCR antibody; TNFR RP antibody; TNFR superfamily member 3 antibody; TNFR-III antibody; TNFR2 RP antibody; TNFR2RP antibody; TNFR3 antibody; TNFRII antibody; TNFRRP antibody; TNFRSF 3 antibody; TNFRSF3 antibody; TNR3_HUMAN antibody; Tumor necrosis factor C receptor antibody; Tumor necrosis factor receptor 2 related protein antibody; Tumor necrosis factor receptor 2-related protein antibody; Tumor necrosis factor receptor superfamily member 3 antibody; Tumor necrosis factor receptor superfamily member 3 precursor antibody; Tumor necrosis factor receptor type III antibody
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Species Reactivity
Human LTBR
Immunogen Species
Homo sapiens (Human)
Purification Method
Antigen Affinity purified
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PBS with 0.02% Sodium Azide, 50% Glycerol, pH 7.3. -20°C, Avoid freeze / thaw cycles.
Tested Applications
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Upon receipt, store at -20°C or -80°C. Avoid repeated freeze.
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Target Background

Receptor for the heterotrimeric lymphotoxin containing LTA and LTB, and for TNFS14/LIGHT. Promotes apoptosis via TRAF3 and TRAF5. May play a role in the development of lymphoid organs.
Gene References into Functions
  1. the lymphotoxin beta receptor (LTbetaR) to elicit the fast release of NF-kappaB inducing kinase (NIK) from the receptor complex leading to non-canonical NF-kappaB signaling. PMID: 29329668
  2. these results suggest that the LTBR rs12354 polymorphism might be associated with the spontaneous resolution of hepatitis B virus infection PMID: 28575727
  3. LTBR and BCLAF1 showed higher DNA methylation percentages in the marsupialized OKCs, but this difference did not affect gene expression (P > .05). PMID: 28864293
  4. membrane-bound lymphotoxin-beta receptor (LTbetaR) and CXC chemokine receptor 2 (CXCR2), is involved in type B EAE development PMID: 27820602
  5. LIGHT and LTBR interaction increases the survival and proliferation of human bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells, and therefore, LIGHT might play an important role in stem cell therapy. PMID: 27835685
  6. We found that LTbetaR polymorphisms caused severe BPH. Thus, LTbetaR may contribute to the risk of BPH development. PMID: 26782510
  7. activation enhances the LPS-induced expression of IL-8 through NF-kappaB and IRF-1 PMID: 25887375
  8. LIGHT, via LTbetaR signaling, may contribute to exacerbation of airway neutrophilic inflammation through cytokine and chemokine production by bronchial epithelial cells. PMID: 25501580
  9. Relative expression of HVEM and LTbetaR modulates canonical NF-kappaB and pro-apoptotic signals stimulated by LIGHT. PMID: 24980868
  10. lymphotoxin-B-specific receptor. PMID: 24563505
  11. Dimerization of LTbetaR by LTalpha1beta2 is necessary and sufficient for signal transduction. PMID: 24248355
  12. Results suggest that blockade of lymphotoxin-beta receptor (LTBR) pathways may have therapeutic potential for treatment of Sjogren's syndrome. PMID: 22044682
  13. LTBR gene polymorphisms may be associated with risk of IgA nephropathy in Korean children PMID: 22417320
  14. show that a cognate interaction between LTalphabeta on CD4(+) helper T cells and LTbeta receptor on DCs results in unique signals that are necessary for optimal CD8(+) T-cell expansion via a type I IFN-dependent mechanism PMID: 21245292
  15. These results indicated that AdipoR1 interacted with LTBR and mediated the inhibition of LTBR-activated NF-kappaB pathway. PMID: 21195057
  16. LTbetaR levels are independently associated with atherosclerosis in multiple vascular beds PMID: 20599198
  17. Increased potential for LTbeta receptor signaling, coupled with increased bioavailability due to lower decoy receptor-3 (DcR3) avidity, provides a mechanism for polymorphic variants in LIGHT to contribute to the pathogenesis of inflammatory diseases. PMID: 20592286
  18. the LTbetaR modifies the ubiquitin:NIK E3 ligase, and also acts as an allosteric regulator of the ubiquitin:TRAF E3 ligase PMID: 20348096
  19. Modulation of cellular TRAF3 levels may thus contribute to regulation of NFkappaB-dependent gene expression by LTBR by affecting the balance of LTBR-dependent activation of canonical and non-canonical NFkappaB pathways. PMID: 20185819
  20. Lymphotoxin beta receptor induces interleukin 8 gene expression via NF-kappaB and AP-1 activation.(AP-1) PMID: 12169272
  21. The NF-kappa B activation in lymphotoxin beta receptor signaling depends on the phosphorylation of p65 at serine 536. PMID: 12419817
  22. Data show that mRNA encoding LIGHT and its receptors [HVEM, LTbetaR, and TR6 (DcR3)] are present in placentas and cytotrophoblast cells at term. PMID: 12466117
  23. GA-binding protein (GABP) and Sp1 and retinoid receptors are required to mediate retinoic acid responsiveness of CD18 transcriptional activation in myeloid cells. PMID: 12485937
  24. ASK1 is one of the factors involved in the caspase-independent pathway of LTbetaR-induced cell death. PMID: 12566458
  25. TRAF2, TRAF3, cIAP1, Smac, and lymphotoxin beta receptor associate and are involved in apoptosis PMID: 12571250
  26. LTbetaR, CD40 and TANK interact with TRAF3 at sites that promote molecular interactions driving specific signaling PMID: 14517219
  27. both LTbetaR and HVEM can discriminatively mediate the expression of different genes in cultured human umbilical vein endothelial cells, including LIGHT, a proinflammatory cytokine PMID: 15917993
  28. Signaling through the lymphotoxin beta receptor (LTbetaR) expressed on mature hepatocytes induces massive hepatomegaly; LTbetaR and its ligands define a new pathway in supporting liver regeneration PMID: 16002734
  29. Blockade of TNFSF14 signaling caused a substantial reduction in the expression of lymphotoxin beta receptor (LTbetaR)-controlled migration factors within the islets and disrupts organization of tertiary structures, leading to prevention of diabetes. PMID: 16934497
  30. membrane-bound receptor that mediates apoptosis (LTbetaR) was present in syncytiotrophoblast and cytotrophoblast cells in all samples but were detected in placental stromal cells only at week 8 and thereafter PMID: 17010447
  31. Evidence in this review indicates that double positive-thymocytes regulate the differentiation of early thymocyte progenitors and gamma delta T cells through a mechanism dependent on LT beta receptor. PMID: 17336158
  32. These results define a model for the study of inflammatory lymphangiogenesis in the thyroid and implicate lymphotoxin beta receptor signaling in this process. PMID: 17360402
  33. This review discusses recent studies indicating that LT beta R signaling is required for liver regeneration, hepatitis, and hepatic lipid metabolism. PMID: 17896993
  34. Lymphotoxin beta receptor ligation directly activates gene expression in human vascular endothelial cells via both noncanonical and classical NF-kappa B pathways. PMID: 18292573
  35. LTbeta-R constitutively induces NF-kappaB activation, and this event may be associated with autonomous growth of melanoma cells. PMID: 18347013
  36. lymphotoxin beta receptor (LTbetaR) was detected in Rheumatoid arthritis fibroblast-like synoviocytes PMID: 18412315

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Subcellular Location
Membrane; Single-pass type I membrane protein.
Database Links

HGNC: 6718

OMIM: 600979

KEGG: hsa:4055

STRING: 9606.ENSP00000228918

UniGene: Hs.1116

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