Recombinant Mouse Lyn Protein (Tagged)

Beta LifeScience SKU/CAT #: BLA-9947P

Recombinant Mouse Lyn Protein (Tagged)

Beta LifeScience SKU/CAT #: BLA-9947P
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Product Overview

Host Species Mouse
Accession P25911
Synonym AA407514 EC FLJ26625 Hck 2 JTK 8 JTK8 Lck/Yes related novel protein tyrosine kinase LYN LYN proto oncogene, Src family tyrosine kinase LYN_HUMAN ONCOGENE LYN p53Lyn p56Lyn Tyrosine protein kinase LYN Tyrosine-protein kinase Lyn V yes 1 Yamaguchi sarcoma viral related oncogene homolog Yamaguchi sarcoma viral (v yes 1) related oncogene homolog
Description Recombinant Mouse Lyn Protein (Tagged) was expressed in E.coli. It is a Full length protein
Source E.coli
Molecular Weight 64 kDa including tags
Purity >85% SDS-PAGE.
Endotoxin < 1.0 EU per μg of the protein as determined by the LAL method
Formulation Liquid Solution
Stability The recombinant protein samples are stable for up to 12 months at -80°C
Reconstitution See related COA
Unit Definition For Research Use Only
Storage Buffer Shipped at 4°C. Store at -20°C or -80°C. Avoid freeze / thaw cycle.

Target Details

Target Function Non-receptor tyrosine-protein kinase that transmits signals from cell surface receptors and plays an important role in the regulation of innate and adaptive immune responses, hematopoiesis, responses to growth factors and cytokines, integrin signaling, but also responses to DNA damage and genotoxic agents. Functions primarily as negative regulator, but can also function as activator, depending on the context. Required for the initiation of the B-cell response, but also for its down-regulation and termination. Plays an important role in the regulation of B-cell differentiation, proliferation, survival and apoptosis, and is important for immune self-tolerance. Acts downstream of several immune receptors, including the B-cell receptor, CD79A, CD79B, CD5, CD19, CD22, FCER1, FCGR2, FCGR1A, TLR2 and TLR4. Plays a role in the inflammatory response to bacterial lipopolysaccharide. Mediates the responses to cytokines and growth factors in hematopoietic progenitors, platelets, erythrocytes, and in mature myeloid cells, such as dendritic cells, neutrophils and eosinophils. Acts downstream of EPOR, KIT, MPL, the chemokine receptor CXCR4, as well as the receptors for IL3, IL5 and CSF2. Plays an important role in integrin signaling. Regulates cell proliferation, survival, differentiation, migration, adhesion, degranulation, and cytokine release. Down-regulates signaling pathways by phosphorylation of immunoreceptor tyrosine-based inhibitory motifs (ITIM), that then serve as binding sites for phosphatases, such as PTPN6/SHP-1, PTPN11/SHP-2 and INPP5D/SHIP-1, that modulate signaling by dephosphorylation of kinases and their substrates. Phosphorylates LIME1 in response to CD22 activation. Phosphorylates BTK, CBL, CD5, CD19, CD72, CD79A, CD79B, CSF2RB, DOK1, HCLS1, LILRB3/PIR-B, MS4A2/FCER1B, SYK and TEC. Promotes phosphorylation of SIRPA, PTPN6/SHP-1, PTPN11/SHP-2 and INPP5D/SHIP-1. Required for rapid phosphorylation of FER in response to FCER1 activation. Mediates KIT phosphorylation. Acts as an effector of EPOR (erythropoietin receptor) in controlling KIT expression and may play a role in erythroid differentiation during the switch between proliferation and maturation. Depending on the context, activates or inhibits several signaling cascades. Regulates phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase activity and AKT1 activation. Regulates activation of the MAP kinase signaling cascade, including activation of MAP2K1/MEK1, MAPK1/ERK2, MAPK3/ERK1, MAPK8/JNK1 and MAPK9/JNK2. Mediates activation of STAT5A and/or STAT5B. Phosphorylates LPXN on 'Tyr-72'. Kinase activity facilitates TLR4-TLR6 heterodimerization and signal initiation. Phosphorylates SCIMP on 'Tyr-96'; this enhances binding of SCIMP to TLR4, promoting the phosphorylation of TLR4, and a selective cytokine response to lipopolysaccharide in macrophages. Phosphorylates CLNK.
Subcellular Location Cell membrane. Nucleus. Cytoplasm. Cytoplasm, perinuclear region. Golgi apparatus. Membrane; Lipid-anchor.
Protein Families Protein kinase superfamily, Tyr protein kinase family, SRC subfamily
Database References
Tissue Specificity Detected in bone marrow-derived monocytes and macrophages (at protein level). Expressed predominantly in B-lymphoid and myeloid cells.

Gene Functions References

  1. Fyn and Lyn as important factors that promote Plasmacytoid dendritic cell responses. PMID: 28368000
  2. these findings demonstrated that Lyn overexpression ameliorated airway mucus hypersecretion by down-regulating STAT6 and its binding to the MUC5AC promoter. PMID: 28205598
  3. A novel pancancer mechanism of Lyn-dependent control of epithelial-mesenchymal transition and role of this kinase in tumor progression. PMID: 28288135
  4. these results reveal a role for Lyn as a specific suppressor of the TLR-MyD88-IRF5 pathway and illustrate the importance of fine-tuning IRF5 activity for the maintenance of immune homeostasis PMID: 27521268
  5. These findings reveal that the function and regulation of Lyn during B1 cell B cell receptor signaling is distinct from other B cell subsets. PMID: 27889108
  6. A mutation in LYN, an inhibitory protein tyrosine kinase that is implicated in systemic autoimmunity, combines with an Aire mutation to provoke organ-specific autoimmunity. PMID: 27571405
  7. the Hck, Fgr and Lyn kinases are also necessary for amastigote uptake by macrophages. Src-mediated Arg activation is required for efficient uptake. PMID: 27358479
  8. the Lyn mutation in NOD neutrophils is likely responsible for dysregulation of neutrophil adhesion and directed migration. PMID: 27591397
  9. Our studies indicate not only a concept of mucus hypersecretion in asthma that involves Lyn kinase but also an important therapeutic candidate for asthma. PMID: 28024734
  10. Together, the basal-state signaling checkpoint regulated by LynA expression and degradation and the signaling reorganization initiated by receptor clustering allow cells to discriminate optimally between pathogens and nonpathogens. PMID: 26517880
  11. Oxidized LDL-bound CD36 recruits an Na/K-ATPase-Lyn complex in macrophages that promotes atherosclerosis. PMID: 26350901
  12. Lyn kinase modulates inhibitory signaling to suppress endotoxin-induced lung inflammation. PMID: 26453518
  13. A complex functional interplay between FcgammaRIIa, Lyn, and alphaIIbbeta3 in immune complex-induced platelet activation. PMID: 26291522
  14. report that Lyn is required for bacterial infection-induced recruitment of autophagic components to pathogen-containing phagosomes PMID: 26735693
  15. Data indicate interactions between Ets1 transcription factor and two of its important regulators: Lyn, which maintains Ets1 expression to limit the differentiation of autoreactive plasma cells (PCs), and Btk. PMID: 26209625
  16. results indicate that Lyn plays a positive regulatory role in RIG-I-mediated interferon expression as a downstream component of IPS-1 PMID: 25585356
  17. Fyn, but not Lyn, was required for complete Pyk2 phosphorylation by thrombin. PMID: 25967238
  18. Data show that tyrosine protein kinase Lyn acts as a sensor of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) levels to facilitate microglial migration toward alpha-Synuclein (alpha-syn). PMID: 25825709
  19. Lyn is a key regulator of survival signaling in plasma cells, limiting plasma cell accumulation and autoimmune disease susceptibility. PMID: 25118329
  20. Lyn is a key regulator of the mucosal immune system, governing pathophysiology in multiple models of intestinal disease. PMID: 25339668
  21. The Src family kinases Hck, Fgr, and Lyn are critical for the generation of the in vivo inflammatory environment without a direct role in leukocyte recruitment. PMID: 25225462
  22. Lyn activity protects mice from DSS colitis and regulates the production of IL-22 from innate lymphoid cells. PMID: 24045577
  23. analyses revealed a SHP2- and Lyn-dependent pathway leading to phosphorylation of Vav1, Rac activation, and F-actin polymerization in SCF-treated BMMCs PMID: 24733849
  24. Data (including data from mutant mice) suggest Lyn facilitates erythrocyte production/erythropoiesis by influencing different stages of erythroid progenitor expansion, differentiation, mature cell development, cell survival, and signal transduction. PMID: 24552351
  25. Data suggest that the tyrosine phosphorylation profile of Lyn in B-lymphocytes is altered in mercury poisoning; Lyn appears to play role as pivotal mediator of mercury immunotoxicity; thus, Lyn is a potential biomarker for mercury exposure. PMID: 24440445
  26. Lyn regulates inflammatory responses in Klebsiella pneumoniae infection via the p38/NF-kappaB pathway. PMID: 24338528
  27. the TAG-1-mediated cell-to-cell interaction between the unpolarized multipolar cells and the pioneering axons regulates the polarization of multipolar cells partly through Lyn kinase and Rac1 PMID: 24559674
  28. B cell-intrinsic Lyn-dependent signaling pathways regulate B cell homeostasis and activation, which in concert with B cell-specific MyD88 signaling pathways can drive the development of autoimmune disease. PMID: 24376269
  29. regulates TGF-beta3 isoform and modulates the development of airway remodeling PMID: 24127553
  30. in contrast to c-Src and Yes, which increase vascular permeability in response to stimuli, Lyn stabilizes endothelial junctions through phosphorylation of FAK. PMID: 24108461
  31. Lyn gene dosage and activity are critical for normal erythropoiesis; constitutively active Lyn alters Epo signaling, which in turn produces erythroid defects. PMID: 23692855
  32. Data show that the hyperresponsive phenotype of B cells lacking Lyn is predicated on significantly increased basal and inducible PI3K activity. PMID: 22777522
  33. Chronic inflammation can induce thymic atrophy and perturb spleen homeostasis in LynDeltaN mice through the increased production of TNFalpha, LTss and TNFR1 signaling. PMID: 23071785
  34. these results indicate that Lyn plays a positive role in TLR4-induced production of TNF-alpha in MCs controlling the activity of the TRAF-6/TAK-1 protein complex. PMID: 22302035
  35. MLR-1023 increased the V(max) of Lyn with an EC(50) of 63 nM. PMID: 22473614
  36. Lyn kinase activator MLR-1023-mediated blood glucose lowering was insulin-dependent. PMID: 22431203
  37. Lyn deficiency disturbs the generation of mature germinal center (GC) B cells and leads to impaired development of mature GCs. PMID: 22942428
  38. This study demonstrates that Lyn is a haploinsufficient gene in autoimmune disease PMID: 22798664
  39. Lyn enhances endotoxin-induced dendritic cell (DC) maturation and modified DC cytokine expression profiles, leading to elevated natural killer (NK) cell IFN-gamma production. PMID: 22491248
  40. Lyn but not Fyn kinase controls IgG-mediated systemic anaphylaxis. PMID: 22450804
  41. The role of the Src family kinase Lyn in the immunomodulatory activities of cathelicidin peptide LL-37 on monocytic cells PMID: 22246800
  42. Lyn-deficient T2 and follicular B cells expressed elevated levels of the pro-apoptotic factor Bim. PMID: 21928281
  43. protein deficiency affects B-cell maturation as well as survival PMID: 22057631
  44. A model in which PECAM-1/SHP-2 complexes, formed in a Lyn-dependent manner, suppress GPVI signaling. PMID: 21297004
  45. Despite possessing enhanced killing, alveolar macrophage Lyn/Fgr/Hck-deficient (triple-knockout) mice do not demonstrate enhanced inflammatory responses to Pneumocystis murina. PMID: 21220696
  46. The results of this study suggested a novel role for Lyn kinase in the regulation of DA release in the mesolimbic system, which leads to the control of alcohol reward. PMID: 21307254
  47. Lyn- and PLC-beta3-dependent regulation of SHP-1 phosphorylation controls Stat5 activity and myelomonocytic leukemia-like disease PMID: 20858858
  48. Although Lyn is involved in dampening the cytokine Toll-like receptor response, Lyn-deficient macrophages and mice still develop microbial tolerance. PMID: 20385881
  49. Lyn B isozyme differs from Lyn A in its association with negative regulatory lipid phosphatase SHIP-1 and in the regulation of calcium responses. PMID: 20308635
  50. Lyn stimulates platelet secretion by activating the phosphoinositide 3-kinase-Akt-nitric oxide (NO)-cyclic GMP pathway and also provide an explanation why Lyn can both stimulate and inhibit platelet activation PMID: 20189992


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