research data . Dataset . 2016

The N-Terminus of CD14 Acts to Bind Apoptotic Cells and Confers Rapid-Tethering Capabilities on Non-Myeloid Cells

Thomas, Leanne; Bielemeier, Anne; A. Lambert, Peter; P. Darveau, Richard; J. Marshall, Lindsay; Devitt, Andrew;
  • Published: 01 Jan 2016
  • Publisher: Figshare
<div><p>Cell death and removal of cell corpses in a timely manner is a key event in both physiological and pathological situations including tissue homeostasis and the resolution of inflammation. Phagocytic clearance of cells dying by apoptosis is a complex sequential process comprising attraction, recognition, tethering, signalling and ultimately phagocytosis and degradation of cell corpses. A wide range of molecules acting as apoptotic cell-associated ligands, phagocyte-associated receptors or soluble bridging molecules have been implicated within this process. The role of myeloid cell CD14 in mediating apoptotic cell interactions with macrophages has long bee...
free text keywords: Biological Sciences, n-terminus, cd14, acts, apoptotic, cells, confers, rapid-tethering, capabilities, non-myeloid
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