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Allen-Bradley 160S-LFA1

SKU: 160S-LFA1-SOB-USA

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Product Specifications

brand name Allen-Bradley

The part number 160S-LFA1 appears to be related to the LFA1 (Lymphocyte Function-Associated Antigen 1) protein, which is an integrin expressed exclusively in leukocytes. LFA1 plays crucial roles in lymphocyte trafficking, antigen recognition, and effector functions. It is involved in the regulation of leukocyte adhesion and migration, particularly in the context of immune surveillance and response to pathogens.

Technical Specifications

The technical specifications of the LFA1 protein are not directly applicable to a part number like 160S-LFA1, as LFA1 is a biological molecule rather than a manufactured component. However, the protein's structure and function are well-studied, and it is known to have specific binding affinities to ICAM1 (Intercellular Adhesion Molecule 1) and other ligands, which are influenced by its conformational states.

Alarm/ Error Codes

There are no alarm or error codes associated with the LFA1 protein or part number 160S-LFA1, as it is a biological molecule and not an electronic or mechanical component.

User Manuals

There are no user manuals specifically designed for the LFA1 protein or part number 160S-LFA1, as it is a biological molecule and not a manufactured product. However, scientific articles and reviews detailing the function and regulation of LFA1 can be considered as a form of user manual for understanding its biological role and interactions.

Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting for LFA1-related issues would typically involve understanding the biological context in which the protein is functioning. This could involve identifying potential disruptions to normal LFA1 function, such as changes in expression levels, post-translational modifications, or interactions with other proteins. In a research setting, troubleshooting might involve optimizing experimental conditions, such as cell culture or imaging protocols, to better capture the dynamics of LFA1 interactions.

Programming

There is no programming directly applicable to the LFA1 protein or part number 160S-LFA1, as it is a biological molecule and not a software component. However, programming and computational modeling can be used to simulate and analyze the dynamics of LFA1 interactions, particularly in the context of cell adhesion and migration.

Installation

There is no installation process for the LFA1 protein or part number 160S-LFA1, as it is a biological molecule and not a manufactured product. LFA1 is naturally expressed in leukocytes and plays a crucial role in their function and interactions.

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