CLEC3B

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CLEC3B

A gene on chromosome 3p22-p21.3 that encodes tetranectin, a protein that binds plasminogen and kringle 4, which is thought to be involved in packaging molecules destined for exocytosis.
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Pre-treatment prediction of chemoresistance in second-line chemotherapy of ovarian carcinoma: value of serological tumor marker determination (tetranectin, YKL-40, CASA, CA 125).
As part of the current study, Dr Haichao Wang believes his research team has identified a particular protein called tetranectin (TTN), which could reduce the amount of HMGB1 released in sepsis patients.
Tetranectin and apolipoprotein A-I in cerebrospinal fluid as potential biomarkers for Parkinson's disease.
The proteins in Table 1 that do not derive from these previously discussed categories include cytoskeletal proteins (actin [beta], CAPZ [beta] subunit, cofilin, and stathmin 1), transport-related proteins (calbindin 1, fatty acid binding protein 5, transthyretin, and tetranectin), proteolytic proteins (cathepsin D and proteasome subunit [alpha] type 5), and proteins with other or unknown functions (stress-induced phosphoprotein 1, peptidylprolyl isomerase A, oncogene DJ1, TPA:LRRC15, neuropolypeptide h3, esterase D, pyrophosphate phosphorhydrolase, carbonic anhydrase, and calmodulin 3).