CD66b

CD66b

a glycosylphosphatidylinositol-anchored membrane protein present on neutrophils that induces aggregation and activation; expressed in chronic myelocytic leukemia.
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containing a tetrameric antibody complex that recognizes both the CD66b antigen and the dextran of iron-coated nanoparticles.
Neutrophil infiltration was measured using a monoclonal-antibody stain against CD66b, a granulocyte membrane antigen (about 96% of granulocytes in blood vessels are neutrophils).
Selectin "shedding" occurs because infected cells degranulate, including an EDTA-inhibitable sheddase (metalloprotease), [beta]2-integrins, CD66b, and other inflammatory components such as matrix metalloproteases, which includes gelatinase (MMP9) (38,39).
Szekanecz Z, Haines GK, Harlow LA, et al: Increased synovial expression of the adhesion molecules CD66a, CD66b and CD31 in rheumatoid and osteoarthritis.
We used 3-color analyses to identify granulocytes as sidescatter high, CD66b high; monocytes as side-scatter intermediate, CD33 high; and T lymphocytes as sidescatter low, CD2 high.