CD302 | definition of CD302 by Medical dictionary
CD302 A gene on chromosome 2q24.2 that encodes a C-type lectin domain receptor thought to be involved in endocytosis, phagocytosis, cell adhesion and migration. It is highly expressed in the foetal lung, liver, spleen and kidneys.
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(a) microRNA miR-516-5p miR-517 * miR-526a miR-525 miR-520a * Number of 349 179 212 340 352 predicted target genes Unique target genes Shared with miR-525 CCR2 FAS BCAP29 TOX ACVR2B CD109 IL6ST CD24 AHSA2 CD1A IL9R CD302
ATRN DNAJC25 IRAK3 CFLAR CD2 FLT1 LILRA2 DNAJC21 CD300LB IL17RE MTDH HSP90AA1 CD46 IRAK1 PAPPA IGFBP1 CD93 LILRB5 TLR2 HSF5 PDCD6IP TNFRSF19 IGF1R SOCS2 TNFSF15 IL10RA TRAF6 MMD2 PPARA TLR7 VSIG4 All the targets were predicted by a bioinformatics tool MirTarget2 using miRDB online database.