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Pathways reviewed by Barclay, A Neil (203191)

DB_ID Name
391160 Signal regulatory protein family interactions

Details on Person Barclay, A Neil

_displayNameBarclay, A Neil
_timestamp2017-08-22 20:38:54
affiliation[Affiliation:1237414] University of Oxford, Sir William Dunn School of Pathology
created[InstanceEdit:203180] de Bono, B, 2007-11-12 15:35:15
firstnameA Neil
modified[InstanceEdit:1237406] D'Eustachio, P, 2011-03-30
[InstanceEdit:8932050] D'Eustachio, Peter, 2016-07-20
(author)[InstanceEdit:763969] Barclay, AN, 2010-05-20
[LiteratureReference:203245] The SIRP family of receptors and immune regulation
[LiteratureReference:204397] CD147 is tightly associated with lactate transporters MCT1 and MCT4 and facilitates their cell surface expression
[LiteratureReference:548955] The structure of the macrophage signal regulatory protein alpha (SIRPalpha) inhibitory receptor reveals a binding face reminiscent of that used by T cell receptors
[LiteratureReference:548965] Structure of signal-regulatory protein alpha: a link to antigen receptor evolution
[LiteratureReference:925200] Paired receptor specificity explained by structures of signal regulatory proteins alone and complexed with CD47
[LiteratureReference:925201] A nomenclature for signal regulatory protein family members
[LiteratureReference:925206] Human lymphocytes interact directly with CD47 through a novel member of the signal regulatory protein (SIRP) family
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