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Transferrin, a blood-plasma glycoprotein, is a target ligand for transferrin receptor. Transferrins can bind to and mediate the transport of iron.

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Transferrins Chemical Structure

Transferrins Chemical Structure

CAS No. : 11096-37-0

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Transferrin, a blood-plasma glycoprotein, is a target ligand for transferrin receptor. Transferrins can bind to and mediate the transport of iron[1][2][3].

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Transferrin receptor[1]

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Transferrins (0.2, 1 and 5 μM, 30 min) enhances the enzymatic activity of thrombin[2].
Transferrins (0.2, 1 and 5 μM, 30 min) enhances the ability of thrombin and FXIIa to hydrolyze their natural substrates (fibrinogen)[2].
Transferrins can conjugate with cytochrome c, the conjugates can be uptaken by transferrin receptor overexpressing A549 cells, thereby inducing cell death[3].

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