CD98


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CD98

a type II transmembrane protein present on monocytes, cardiac muscle cells, endothelial cells, T cells, B cells, and natural killer cells; probably involved in regulating calcium fluxes; increased on T cells in some autoimmune disease or in chronic hepatitis.
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Tetraspan antigens and CD98 presented rather unique staining pattern in OA synovium suggesting special roles for each antigen on the synovial lining layer (SLL).
An intense reaction on the SLL and vascular endothelium was noted for CD98 in both normal and OA groups.
CD98 presented an intense reaction on the SLL and vascular endothelium in both groups; its immunoreactivity was prominent at the outermost lining type A macrophagelike cell layer and stromal macrophages in the OA group.