1. Recombinant Proteins
  2. Complement System
  3. Complement Receptor

Complement receptor, a part of the innate immune system, are membrane-bound receptors belonging to the complement system. Complement receptors make an important link between cellular functions, notably—but not exclusively—between functions of the leukocytes and soluble complement components (C), factors (F), and several related proteins. They also create a strong connection between those parts of the immune system often termed the innate immune system and other parts forming the adaptive immune system. Complement receptors type one (CR1; C3b/C4b receptor; immune adherence receptor; CD35) and type two (CR2; C3d receptor; EBV receptor; CD21) interact with derivatives of C3 (CR1 and CR2) and/or C4 (CR1) in immune complexes (IC). (Targeting Complement System )

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