IFITM1

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IFITM1

A gene on chromosome 11p15.5 that encodes an interferon-induced protein, which mediates innate cellular immunity against viral pathogens—e.g., influenza A H1N1, West Nile, and dengue viruses—by inhibiting the early steps of viral replication. IFITM1 downregulates IFN-gamma by inhibiting ERK activation, or by arresting p53-dependent cell growth in G1.
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Mutations in the CD19 gene, which generates a protein that functions in a complex with CD21, CD81, and CD225, are known to be a cause of antibody deficiency.
B lenfositlerinin yuzeyinde B hucre almaci (reseptoru) ile birlikte CD19, CD21, CD81 ve CD225 gibi ko-reseptorler de bulunmaktadir (13).
CD19 molekulu CD21, CD81 ve CD225 ile B hucre reseptor kompleksi olusturarak antijen baglanmasi sonrasi B hucre reseptor sinyallerini kuvvetlendirir.