CD96

CD96

a type I transmembrane protein present on T cells, natural killer cells, and activated B cells; primarily expressed on cellular activation, suggesting ligand-binding activity.
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30) CD112 and CD155 are ligands for the activating receptor CD226 (DNAM-1) present on natural killer cells, (31) but also interact with inhibitory checkpoint molecules CD96 and T-cell immunoreceptor with Ig and ITim domains (TIGIT).
serine peptidase Peptide hormone processing TLL1 Tolloid like 1 Cell differentiation Troglitazone SCN4A Sodium voltage-gated Regulation of ion channel alpha subunit 4 transmembrane transport CD96 CD96 molecule Cell adhesion PCK1 Phosphoenolpyruvate Glucose metabolic process Carboxykinase 1 ADAMTS18 ADAM metallopeptidase Proteolysis with thrombospondin type 1 motif 18 MOGAT1 Monoacylglycerol Diacylglycerol O-acyltransferase 1 biosynthetic process ADRA1A Adrenoceptor alpha 1A G-protein-coupled receptor signaling pathway SCGN Secretagogin.
The team has discovered a protein known as CD96 that is found on disease-fighting white blood cells.
He discovered cancer cells express a molecule, recognised by CD96, which blocks the killer cells from reacting.
Adicionalmente, estas celulas expresan otras moleculas que funcionan como correceptores y que regulan la actividad citolitica y la produccion de citoquinas, como las moleculas NKR-P1A (CD161), CD96 y 2B4 (CD244).
1] progeny Sureno x RTx430 vs RTx430 x Sureno at CW96 and CD96.
09(**) Environments Model ([double dagger]) CD96 Three parameter m 1.
In contrast, at CD96 only the additive (d) and the additive x dominance (j) effects were significant (Table 2).