The T cell intracellular antigen 1 (TIA-1) is a cytoplasmic granule associated protein of molecular weight 17-kDa and it is also abbrevated as GMP-17 for granule membrane protein. The T-cytotoxic cells express GMP-17/TIA-1 molecule on the cell curface and this enables the cell to possess cytolytic potential and by Fas (CD95)-signaling cascade mediated apoptosis. The 2G9 monoclonal antibody (mAb) identifies and binds to normal peripheral blood lymphocytes (90% of CD16+, 50 ? 60% of CD8+, and less than 10% of CD4+) within hematopoietic cell lines. It identifies and binds to all granulocytes and monocytes. This antibody does not react with B lymphocytes or B-cell lines but reacts with CD4+ activated T-cell clones, activated NK cell clones, and Con A – activated thymocytes. The 2G9 mAb was evaluated during the 5th HLDA Workshop on Human Leucocyte Differentiation Antigens in, Boston, USA, in 1993 (section of monoclonal antibodies reactive with intracellular antigens).
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