Cell Receptor

Some articles on cells, cell, receptor, cell receptor:

Polyclonal Response/GA2 - B Cell Response - Costimulation of B Cell By Activated T Helper Cell
... For more details on activation of B cells, see B cells ... Complete stimulation of T helper cells requires the B7 molecule present on the antigen presenting cell to bind with CD28 molecule present on the T cell surface (in ... Likewise, a second interaction between the CD40 ligand or CD154 (CD40L) present on T cell surface and CD40 present on B cell surface, is also necessary ...
... activity • transmembrane signaling receptor activity • protein heterodimerization activity Cellular component • cytoplasm • plasma membrane • integral to membrane • T cell receptor ...
CD247 - Function
... T-cell receptor zeta, together with T-cell receptor alpha/beta and gamma/delta heterodimers and CD3-gamma, -delta, and -epsilon, forms the T-cell receptor-CD3 complex ...
... selectively at the early stages of B cell development, namely, in proB and early preB cells ... On the surface of early preB cells, CD179a/CD179b surrogate light chain is disulfide-linked to membrane-bound Ig mu heavy chain in association with a signal transducer CD79a/CD79b ... disease or pathology has been reported yet, the deficiency of other components of preB cell receptor such as CD179b, Ig mu heavy chain and CD79a has been shown to result in severe impairment of B ...
T-cell Surface Glycoprotein CD3 Epsilon Chain
... Gene Ontology Molecular function • transmembrane signaling receptor activity • receptor signaling protein activity • SH3 domain binding • protein kinase ...

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