lysophosphatidylserine


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ly·so·phos·pha·ti·dyl·ser·ine

(lī'sō-fos'fă-ti-dil-ser'ēn),
Phosphatidylserine from which one fatty acyl residue has been removed from the glycerol moiety, typically at carbon-2. Compare: lysophosphatidic acid.
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In addition to inducing macrophage reprogramming, enhanced levels of cAMP induced by binding to lysophosphatidylserine (lysoPS) expressed on apoptotic neutrophils are also involved in efferocytosis [50, 51].
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