Hemes bind to CLEC1B dimer

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R-HSA-9707505
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Reaction [binding]
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Homo sapiens
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Heme is an endogenous agonist for CLEC-2 (CLEC1B) leading to platelet activation through activation of integrin GPIIbIIIa at low concentrations and agglutination at high concentrations (Bourne et al, 2020).

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PubMed ID Title Journal Year
32354867 Heme induces human and mouse platelet activation through C-type-lectin-like receptor-2

Bourne, JH, Colicchia, M, Di, Y, Martin, E, Slater, A, Roumenina, LT, Dimitrov, JD, Watson, SP, Rayes, J

Haematologica 2020
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