CD antigens related to B Cell Receptor Signaling Pathway

CD antigens are cells surface proteins as receptors. The CD antigens interaction are fundamental to cell signaling. Signal transduction is the process by which a cell recognizes changes in its environment and transforms that signal into modifications in cellular activity and gene expression. Cells receive information through a class of proteins known as receptors. When such CD antigen activate its receptor, the signal is carried into the cell usually by means of a second messenger.

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CD antigens chart related to B Cell Receptor Signaling Pathway

Name Name in pathway Alias Function
CD19 CD19 B4, Leu-12 Regulates B-cell development, activation and differentiation. Signal transduction
CD22 CD22 BL-CAM, Siglec-2, Leu-14 B-cell adhesion and signal transduction
CD32b FCGR2B FcγRII, FCGR2B, Fc gamma RIIB Phagocytosis of immune complexes and regulation of antibody production
CD40 CD40 TNFRSF5 Cell adhesion, cell proliferation, and signal transduction
CD45 CD45 LCA, T200, B220, PTPRC Critical for B- and T-cell receptor mediated activation. Regullar of cell growth and differentiation