CD antigens as receptors

We know that there are at least three cell types required for cell receptors, namely the T-cell, B-cell and macrophage. Different classes of cells can readily be distinguished, however, by virtue of the fact that they express unique combinations of molecules in their membranes. Our knowledge of the different cell types involved in cell receptors is a direct result of the development of reagents to distinguish these various cells by their cell surface markers. We will see that such markers include molecules distinguished either by antibodies directed against them, or else by their ability to bind various other molecules or cells.

The T-cell antigen receptor (TCR) is the principle defining marker of all T-cells. Also associated with the TCR is a complex of proteins known as CD3, which participate in the transduction of an intracellular signal following TCR binding to its cognate MHC/antigen complex.

The B cell antigen receptor (BCR) is composed of membrane immunoglobulin (mIg) molecules and associated CD79a / CD79bbheterodimers. The mIg subunits bind antigen, resulting in receptor aggregation, while the CD79a/CD79b subunits transduce signals to the cell interior. These receptors such as CD19, CD22, CD32, CD45, and some other CD antigens.

CD antigens related to cell receptor expressed on T cells

CD antigens related to cell receptor expressed on B cells

CD antigens related to cell receptor expressed on Macrophages

CD antigens related to cell receptor expressed on Endothelial cells

CD antigens related to cell receptor expressed on Dendritic cells

CD antigens related to cell receptor expressed on Stem cells

CD antigens related to cell receptor expressed on Epithelial cells

CD antigens related to cell receptor expressed on Monocytes

CD antigens related to cell receptor expressed on Granulocytes

CD antigens related to cell receptor expressed on NK cells

CD antigens related to cell receptor expressed on Platelets

CD antigens / Cluster of differentiation
CD antigens
what is CD antigen+
- CD antigen definition
- CD antigens expression
CD antigens by differentiation cells+
- B cell CD antigens
- T cell CD antigens
- NK cell CD antigens
- Granulocyte CD antigens
- Dendritic cell CD antigens
- Macrophage CD antigens
- Monocyte CD antigens
- Stem cell CD antigens
- Platelet CD antigens
- Erythrocyte CD antigens
- Endothelial cell CD antigens
- Epithelial cell CD antigens
CD antigens related to immunotherapy
CD antigens related to tumor
CD antigens as drug target
CD antigens by molecule
CD antigens by functions+
- CD antigens related to signal transduction
- CD antigens related to adaptive immunity
- CD antigens related to cell adhesion
- CD antigens related to cell migration
- CD antigens related to cell receptor
- CD antigens related to cell activation
- CD antigens related to cell interaction
- CD antigens related to cell inhibition
CD antigen as ligands
CD antigen as receptors
CD antigens related to signaling pathways+
- CD antigens related to Actin Dynamics Signaling Pathway
- CD antigens related to AKT Signaling Pathway
- CD antigens related to B Cell Receptor Signaling Pathway
- CD antigens related to Canonical Wnt Pathway
- CD antigens related to Complement Activation Pathways
- CD antigens related to Death Receptor Signaling
- CD antigens related to EGFR Signaling Pathway
- CD antigens related to G Protein-coupled Recptors Signaling
- CD antigens related to Jak-Stat Signaling Pathway
- CD antigens related to MAPK-Erk Pathway
- CD antigens related to NF-kB (NFkB) Pathway
- CD antigens related to P38 MAPK Signaling Pathway
- CD antigens related to p53 Pathway
- CD antigens related to T Cell Receptor Signaling Pathway
- CD antigens related to TNF Signaling
CD antigens by species+
- human CD antigens
- mouse CD antigens
CD antigens reagent products
Non-CD cellular antigens
Clusters of differentiation
human Leukocyte Differentiation Antigen workshop
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