PRRSV receptors and their roles in virus infection.
Lanzhou, China. In Arch Microbiol, 31 May 2015
Up to now, heparin sulfate, sialoadhesin, CD163, CD151 and vimentin have been identified as the important PRRSV receptors via their involvement in virus attachment, internalization or uncoating.
PRRS virus receptors and their role for pathogenesis.
Urbana, United States. In Vet Microbiol, 13 May 2015
At least six cellular molecules have been described so far as putative receptors for PRRSV, and they include heparan sulfate, vimentin, CD151, sialoadhesin (CD169; siglec-1), dendritic cell-specific intercellular adhesion melecule-3-grabbing non-integrin (DC-SIGN; CD209), and CD163 (SRCR, cysteine-rich scavenger receptor).
CD151-A Striking Marker for Cancer Therapy.
Vishākhapatnam, India. In Biomark Cancer, Dec 2014
Cluster of differentiation 151 (CD151) is a member of the mammalian tetraspanin family, which is involved in diverse functions such as maintaining normal cellular integrity, cell-to-cell communication, wound healing, platelet aggregation, trafficking, cell motility and angiogenesis.
The tetraspanin CD151 in papillomavirus infection.
Mainz, Germany. In Viruses, Feb 2014
Over the last two decades, many host-cell proteins such as heparan sulfate proteoglycans, integrins, growth factor receptors, actin and the tetraspanin CD151 have been described to be involved in the process of infectious entry of HPV16.
Raph blood group system.
Johnstown, United States. In Immunohematology, 2013
This review describes the current state of knowledge of the Raph blood group system, which consists of a single antigen, MER2.
Meiosis-specific RNA splicing in yeast.
New Haven, United States. In Cell, 1991
The MER2 gene is transcribed in mitosis as well as meiosis; however, the transcript is spliced efficiently to generate a functional gene product only in meiosis.