CD72


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CD72

a type II transmembrane protein present on all B cells and macrophages that plays a role in signal transduction or adhesion; expressed in B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia, B-cell lymphomas, and B-cell chronic lymphocytic leukemia.
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Transcription analysis of 44 CD genes was also carried out, indicating 24 CD genes (CD3E, CD244, CD69, CD247, CD40L, CD38, CD5L, CD44, CD5, CD83, CD163L1, CD36, CD14, CD28, CD200R1A, CD40, CD59, CD200, CD4, CD2, CD72, CD180, CD79B, and CD93) to be markedly increased by 2.
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Human Lupus Mouse Model NZM Expresses an Allele with Truncation at the Cytoplasmic Domain of CD72.
CD72 is a type II membrane protein expressed in many cell types except T cells and plasma cells.
Analysis of CD72 Expression in Human Tumor Tissues.
CD72 is a surface protein expressed in many cell types except T cells and plasma cells.